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  1. bbranstetter

    Things that Kill my Cub time.

    Trying to wrap my head around the new forum. :ROFLMAO: Oh no, we lost some of our custom emoji's...... rip.
  2. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    After giving the main fuel tank another rinse and adding the stand pipe filter it was an oil change and some testing. https://youtu.be/K3Ygzt1PPvc
  3. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    More parts showed up today. Might have to put them in this weekend and see what happens. Hope to get rid of the fuel starvation issue.
  4. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    That is no lie Mike! Wife and I are in the middle of moving right now.
  5. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    Man I need to get some work done. It's been awhile.
  6. bbranstetter

    Archive through July 02, 2019

    Jim- Beautiful big 9! Great job and props for sticking too it.
  7. bbranstetter

    Archive through June 29, 2019

    Nice score on the D and the batteries! Wish I could find a Prestolite for my other IH project.
  8. bbranstetter

    Garden 2019

    Very nice work Kraig!
  9. bbranstetter

    Archive through May 30, 2019

    David- When you replace the throw out bearing make sure to leave enough clearance between the bearing and the lever. I cant tell you what the gap should be but even though it may not be touching it could still be too close which would wipe out your bearing. Our 122 had that problem after I...
  10. bbranstetter

    Archive through May 30, 2019

    Thanks Charlie! It's been a life long dream and I mean that very literally as I played on it as a toddler in nearly the same condition as the bottom picture. I've still got the original block and am thinking of welding it and rebuilding it so the H can be numbers matching unit. Pretty sure...
  11. bbranstetter

    Archive through May 30, 2019

    Wow Charlie! What a come back!! Wish I was ready for that step....... We've still got a ways to go yet but boy she sure runs smooth. Can't wait to get it on a dyno and tune it in.
  12. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    Kraig- Yes, Connie was a big help that day. The camera was tied down to the draw bar frame so it looked a little worse that it was. Kevin- Thank you! I've grown up on these letter series tractors but that doesn't compare to what they were doing in the fields during thirties and forties...
  13. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    Another video of the No. 8 at work in the field. https://youtu.be/jjaBShXSkGc
  14. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    I have some more to share now that I think about it.
  15. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    Ya, strapped my camera down to the draw bar and let it roll. I was more interested in working on the tractor than the camera but I still wanted to get some video in. I'll upload some more as soon as I can. Thanks for the look guys!
  16. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    A little plow action from yesterday. https://youtu.be/FdsaNcPlOaY
  17. bbranstetter

    Wow this place has changed

    If you some of you fellas are like me it is nearly impossible to get time off work. It is astounding to me that these places seem to think that they need to work seven days a week. Hard to get much done at home when you work crazy schedules.
  18. bbranstetter

    Archive through April 23, 2019

    That is pretty interesting Jim. Thanks for showing that manifold off and the info on the Permatex.
  19. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

    Good grief. These are just temporary till I can get real cables ordered with the cloth wrap. And who knew it would fit in the trailer? Little bit of a trick getting the steering wheel under but with a few bolts it squeezed by.
  20. bbranstetter

    WWII Farmall H

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