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3 months 1 week ago #240161 by ctsnowfighter
Late Model Thirty - Split Head - Notice the many differences - How many can you identify?
Obviously a Wide Gauge
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3 months 1 week ago #240163 by ctsnowfighter
More of the 1932 Thirty in above post
There are so many differences - when one begins to look just a little - How many can you see just glancing through the shots? What do you see different in this later model?
I did not take a lot of pictures, maybe in hindsight I should have taken many more.

"keep 'em crawlin"
CTS
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3 months 1 week ago #240168 by neil
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Looks good. I like how it's still in use on the farm. According to the blurb, it was used to power stationary equipment. Did you get any shots of the back of the tractor with either PTO shaft and/or belt pulley? I'd guess the latter

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Neil

Pittsford, NY
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3 months 4 days ago #240228 by ctsnowfighter
Additional Information - Thirty I posted photos above,
www.agriculture.com/machinery/ageless-ir...genius-of-a-farm-boy

Please note -- this fellow's testimony about cranking a Thirty ---

As I have said over time and time again, right hand on the air cleaner inlet ( makes a great choke) and pull the crank over the top with your left hand!

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