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mooseman3210

410 restoration update 01/18/2008

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mooseman3210
Dad and i got another day of wrenching done . we were able to get all of the wiring done and even got to fire her up and run her for a while . we are about 65% complete . now i have to start painting again i still have the hood the front grill and the rear fender to do but for the most part she is up and running again. i hope to have her done by mid February . the engine picture is for Josh i wanted him to see that there is no over spray. the last picture i laid on the ground to get you can see some over spray on the tire but that's from fixing the scratches from remounting the tire . i also threw in a pic of the undercarriage mainly for me so i can remember how nice it is to work on one that has no dirt on it . hope you like the pictures .














this is the last of the A-C orange that has to be painted . the only thing i need to do now is the hood i think i'm going to save the hood for next weekend .






Dad decided he is going to put on a stack for the muffler so we hooked up the new old muffler just to see what it would look like ....


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Killer_A-C
It is clean as a hounds tooth underneath. You will have to put big mirrors under it like they do at carshows. Nice start should be super clean when finisheddOddOd

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joshuaareed
Hey Dave why didn't you paint the front pto clutch? LOL!!! just kidding, It looks awsome, I absolutely love it, Now I can drop mine off for you to do. Nice job fellas

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mooseman3210
i will be painting that this week . i only put it on to make sure everything was working . thank you for the remarks . if any of you see something we missed or have any suggestions please feel free to chime in . we are always open to suggestions or to the correct way these things go together . thanks guys

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mooseman3210
thank you guys for all the good words . also Josh i painted the PTO clutch i will send you a couple of pics . also i had to reset the top engine cover as i put it on wrong . i thought you might have caught it for me Josh . LOL sm00

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MPH
Tractor looks real good. You can help avoid oversray on the tires if you grease them before painting, something like butter washes off real easy just with dish soap.

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mooseman3210
well guys I'm going to be painting the rear fenders and painting the front grill and brackets today . i was able to get them all sanded down and get the mounting holes made for my dads new seat . of course it didn't fit the old style holes so i had to do some (dare i say ) drilling on the seat frame . and the fender access plate .:O:( but it will be worth it with the new adjustable seat .

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joshuaareed
Sounds like you should have some completed pic soon. I have to go pick up my 7112H and get started on that. Sounds like it is almost done.

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mooseman3210
I'm thinking about the middle of february to be total done i still have to get decals and a new carb, new tires and the mower deck . but the unit should be done in a couple of weeks or so i am really proud of this .. this is the first time i have ever taken something completely apart and restored it i have taken alot of stuff and fixed it but never done this so . there may be some mistakes but they are small and few .. i can't wait for this to be done .

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onefeather
Looks really nice Moose, how did the new sprayer work? I really appreciate all of your time and labor, I will order the carb, and rear tires this week, I also have to get down to the farm and work on the deck. I will be out in a couple of weeks and we cann put it together. Love ya, Dad

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