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timflury

Practicing what I preach.

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timflury
I've recommended in that past that when restoring a tractor, take lots and lots of pictures for reference. Deep down under the seat of my Wonder Boy, there's quite a few unusual pieces.




I have fasteners bagged and labeled and somewhat neatly arranged in my basement. I will replace fasteners as needed. Some will be cleaned and reused. Unpainted parts will be sent to be zinc plated.






Wish me luck everyone!!

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Nuzzy
Good luck! I always tell myself I should take pictures before disassembly, and never do; the other night I actually finally DID take pics; last night I realized the part I needed to see in the pics was hidden just out of view. I still can't win. hahaha

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rokon2813
Nice start. There comes a time, once you've taken apart enough, you won't need the pics anymore. :D I've done so many round hoods you can give me a pile of parts and a coffee can of fasteners and I can make a tractor out of it without instructions. ;);)

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