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Just a line to say hello. I am a retired Service Tech "30 years". With most of the other in the maintance field. Have a 76-446 whitch Tom says is unusal one if there is a Ba#[email protected] built I will buy it. Bought a 69 Ford bronco Had half 68 and half 70 parts. bought a 64 GTO Conv. starter was one of a kind would only fit that mod that size engine.
 

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Nice to see you finally got off your butt and joined up. :sidelaugh:

Take a good, long look around OldMax. The site is full of old relics, so you and your tractor will fit right in. :thumbsup:

Enjoy your stay,

Tom
 

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Hydriv said:
Take a good, long look around OldMax. The site is full of old relics, so you and your tractor will fit right in. :thumbsup:
And the tractors are old too. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Maynard
 

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Tom I finely got off my rear and orderd the Brass float you recomended. Should be in about 3 to 5 days. But in WV that neans about week to 10 days. This the only state that Next-day air takes 3 days. I turned tangs around on the rotiller am going to try them Countertating. I am hope the 16HP Is enough to pull the 42" rotiller.
 

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I totally understand. As a Canadian, I am used to long, shipping days from the USA. Since you live in a foreign country call West Virginia, delays like this should be second nature by now. :sidelaugh:

If your engine is running well, then the tiller should perform just fine. Once you get everything in order, why not place a post about your tractor in the main forum along with some photos. That way, you will get to meet some of the other members here.
 
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