Saga Of My Ongoing Search For a Tractor
Purchased from Ollie in Hamilton Tx, September 1998
This tractor has a generator mounted
on the right rear frame rail so it could be driven by a belt from the
exposed shaft between the clutch and the transmission. It was owned by
a man who did carpentry work all day, and only farmed at night
10/11/98 When we attempted to load
the F-20 on Tanya my trailer yesterday, it became apparent that the
wheels were too wide to fit between the side rails. Though I was
prepared with tools and a jack, the wheel spacing on the F-20 is not
adjustable. I think I'm just going to have to get up the nerve to haul
it with one wheel sitting up on top of the rail.
Very worn rear rubber tires on cutoffs
Missing steering wheel
Missing starting crank
2/25/99 The F-20 finally arrives home. I'm really hoping this
one is in a better shape than the F-12 because I would like to try to
get it started without having to tear it all apart.
Collecting, Restoring, Painting
Email me at email@example.com
Y'all please come back and visit me soon.
This page was last updated October 14, 1998
Created October 11, 1998