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attheshop

I am a guy from MIDWEST USA, United States

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Working in and around the farm shop in Missouri. USA

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Welcome to the farm shop in the Midwest part of the USA.  I am a 54 year old farmer and that likes to work in the shop at night sometimes as well as daytime.  I am currently working on a 1959 Massey Ferguson 85 tractor.

 

It has been changed over (before I got it) from a gas engine to a Perkings diesel engine.  This actually makes it into a Massey Ferguson Super 90 tractor.  It is approx. 77 HP and is going to be used for brushhoging and clean up work on the farm.  The tractor has been setting outside for probably 10 years.  I am going thru it before I start to use it, changing all the oil and filters and adjusting things as I go.  Wiring is not right, and none of the gauges worked, so they are getting replaced.  I am going to give it a so so paint job I guess.  Not going to spend a lot of time on the painting.  Have another set of wheels for the back to install also.  It will be a good runner for making hay this summer and other stuff.  I have several other better tractors and this is just a cheap, junker to work on and enjoy as I go.  The dogs will show up on here to as they enjoy helping.

 

I just like working on the old stuff and making it where a person can use it.......not a perfectionist.......by no means.

 

Hope you enjoy the show.........I am sure it will be.

 

Scotty




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  • attheshop
    March 17, 2013 at 21:20 pm
    well it is just about finished! need to grease it and then it will be ready to go to work and we will see how good it is.
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  • attheshop
    March 17, 2013 at 01:12 am
    @fearshaker51: more time to fix it up than I expected, lights and narrowing up of the wheels is all that is left I hope.
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  • fearshaker51
    March 12, 2013 at 19:49 pm
    Tractor starting to look good.....alot of work.....good luck............New Caney Tx.
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  • glist
    March 09, 2013 at 20:43 pm
    привет
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  • californiak1
    February 23, 2013 at 02:10 am
    BTW, I loved what you did to that tractor, it was a beauty...
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  • paguy1234
    January 20, 2012 at 20:51 pm
    Hi, Pittsburgh, Pa area here, I had a MF-135 for about 7 years till it caught fire and burned up, I really liked that old tractor.
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  • MsDj
    January 20, 2012 at 01:03 am
    Well i came and looked, but didnt find you Scotty lol
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  • comtech
    January 18, 2012 at 04:06 am
    Envious of your shop! I'm working on a '48 Farmall H that all the rear axle bearings fell apart. Caught it before it broke the case, but now have to order all new bearings! Keep up the good work!
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  • TECH69
    January 17, 2012 at 04:33 am
    it's good to see the old 'work horses' being fixed up and kept alive,i live in the farmland of Westport,Massachusetts, and love to see the old working farms still survive,that's what america was built on,and best of all,this reminds me of the garage we hung around drinking beers, when the work was done of course,lol,,,cheers and good luck.
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  • BillatLaughingwaters
    January 15, 2012 at 18:37 pm
    Great Tractor and nice work. I had a Ford 9 N that I restored and used for many years. The "VIN" number on the axle said it was made in November of 1941 if I remember correctly. For getting grease off an engine you may not have heard of this tric, but Carb Cleaner usually works as well as oven cleaner and doesn't leave a residue, (I think better than oven cleaner on hydorcarbon grease and doesn't attack the paint.) Good luck, scratch the dogs for me. Bill Sawyer, West Chester, PA (www.estatewagons.com)
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