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    And so it continues...

    Got my carb sorted out on the A today as well as a new temp gauge and new coolant. Decided to go for a ride. Everything was going well anough but the clutch was making some noise and seemed to slip a little. Back in the barn I pulled the clutch apart. The 2 linnings are worn to the rivits and the floating linnings are in several pieces. Looks like I'll be making another parts order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillon2 View Post
    Got my carb sorted out on the A today as well as a new temp gauge and new coolant. Decided to go for a ride. Everything was going well anough but the clutch was making some noise and seemed to slip a little. Back in the barn I pulled the clutch apart. The 2 linnings are worn to the rivits and the floating linnings are in several pieces. Looks like I'll be making another parts order.

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    Looks to be in good hands.
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    Glad you caught the broken clutch. I have heard when they break up like that they can wedge under each other and lock the clutch in drive.
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    The clutch is back together! So how do you get a massive loader off an A with no crane or stout tree to lift from and no body to help? Here's how...

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    Looks much better now.

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    What are the coat and old style headlight on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    What are the coat and old style headlight on?
    The one you are asking about is a 55 ferguson to35. Those lights came off the tractor picking the loader off (1950 ferguson to30). I'll look around and see if I have a pic of all of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillon2 View Post
    The one you are asking about is a 55 ferguson to35. Those lights came off the tractor picking the loader off (1950 ferguson to30). I'll look around and see if I have a pic of all of them.
    Found it.

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    The green one is a 1957 420W

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