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b-10 update new duals engine rebuild


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That Engine block looks amazingdOd as does the generator. I like how you even painted parts that you can only see when its torn down such as the plate that goes under the flywheel^. Great attention to detail. Cant wait to see the engine all put back together. I hope it runs as good as it looks.
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Everything looking real good. You need to find a hydro lift for that York rake though. Used to have mine on the B-112, even with two 25lb wts bolted to a blade hitch on the front for a counter wt the left arm got quite a workout after a few hours use.
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Mighty fine looking machine. I really like the duals. I see you have 4 bolts holding them in place. What type of dually adapter do you have?. JH
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Originally posted by Simplicity85
Is that a early or late B-10? BTW looks nice!!!
Bumble-Bee decal indicates a late model B-10. Very nice job. Better than orriginal.
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Paul, looks awesome! What do you think about those spacers? I love mine. They're easy on easy off and keep mud and foreigh material out of the cavity between the wheels and at a fraction of the cost as a set of originals, you can afford to put duals on all your tractors. Did you get your decals from wells implement?
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the dual wheel adpaters came fom miller tire company in north west ohio with the help from zippovarga. use a plastic ring 1 3/4 inches wide that goes between rims was only 60 dollars shipping included. the work bench is just a drying are and a place to store misc parts i have a bay set up just to paint in
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