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Rumely E Mechanical Restoration


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Old 04-22-2018, 11:49:39 PM
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Tonight I got the differential completed.... short of cross pin to lock nut. Gear guards back on, and a few more grease cups operating and filled.
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Even with the a frame this is a bitch job by yourself. 1 was enough for now.
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Jesse and I got the second wheel on this week. Hub and axle are like new. Snug fit
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I got the second wheel on all the way last night, a few more hex nuts and bolts to swap out in the wheel, but she is back on 4 feet. Some plumbing to the carb to do yet, and ignitors parts from foundry
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Do you have any seeding left to do? You could hook it to the air seeder and make a couple rounds!

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Old 05-19-2018, 09:17:07 AM
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Kelly, 2 quarters to go.. but by the time we would get there, the growing season may be too short
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Did you get this tractor finished?
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No, nothing done all summer. Doing outside jobs until winter. We did turn it around however, so it's ready to belt up. Have the pieces fit the ignitor trip mechanism but need to be machined yet. After Thanksgiving and deer hunting....
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get real good at that ignitor stuff and Ill let you come down here and change my 14-28 from plugs to ignitor, I have all the parts:-)
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Hopefully soon this e will be running. Got some casted pieces I had been waiting for, and now trip levers made. The way snow is piled up we should have a couple xtra weeks of winter
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some small things to do yet, but she is breathing on her own now

maybe just maybe have wrapped up before winter.. have a couple gas leaks to work with and adjustments for the timing advance lever since a fair chunk of the parts were recasted..

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