How to Restore Ford Tractors: The Ultimate Guide to Rebuilding and Restoring N-Series and Later Tractors 1939-1962 is a hands-on guide to restoring Fordson, Ford-Ferguson and Ford tractors through 1962, all in full-color photography. It covers everything from choosing a tractor to purchase, troubleshooting, disassembly, engine and gearbox rebuilds, electrical work, reassembly, painting and post-restoration care and maintenance. It also includes an appendix listing sources for parts, decals, tires, and so forth, as well as addresses for tractor clubs and collectors associations.
This guide will walk you step-by-step through the complete restoration of your Ford -- from disassembly to engine rebuild, from electrical repairs to painting and final detailing. It includes hundreds of helpful full-color photographs, proven tips and techniques and money-saving advice from restorers who know what works and what doesn't.
How to Restore Tractor Magnetos is the essential guide to farm tractor electrical systems and offers the tractor restorer all the information needed to restore, repair and diagnose magnetos. Authored by the late Neil Yerigan, who was a master of working with vintage electronics, the book comprehensively covers how magnetos function as well as how to troubleshoot and repair common problems. The fine art of nondestructive disassembly is covered in detail and is a key ingredient to keeping your magneto (and your tractor) happy and running.
Now back in print, How to Restore Tractor Magnetos includes sections on the most common magnetos, including those made by Wico, American Bosch, International Harvester, Fairbanks-Morse, Case, Eisemann and more. Also included are voltage regulator field repair and testing, electric starter motors, and wiring advice. Yerigan augments the book's technical detail with anecdotes about the trials and tribulations of day-to-day life in his state-of-the-art (for 1936) south Minneapolis electrical repair shop.
Finally! A restoration guide with the kind of detail needed for a first-class job.
How to Restore Your Farm Tractor is packed with hundreds of helpful full-color photographs, proven tips and techniques, and money-saving advice from restorers who know what works ... and what doesn't. Tharran Gaines' expert DIY guide will walk you step-by-step through the complete restoration of your tractor, from disassembly to engine rebuild, electrics, painting and final detailing. There's even a handy section on parts sources. So, no matter if you favor John Deeres, Fords, Farmalls, A-Cs, or Minnie-Mos, with Gaines' guidance, you're well on your way to showing off your shiny "new" classic tractor.
How to Restore Your Farm Tractor features hundreds of helpful full-color photographs, proven tips and techniques, and money-saving advice from restorers who know what works…and what doesn’t. Tractor expert Tharran Gaines walks you step-by-step through the restoration techniques applicable to all of the most popular and collectible makes, covering:
• Shopping for a tractor and setting up shop
• Engine disassembly and rebuild
• Clutches and transmissions
• Final drives and brakes
• Hydraulic, electrical, and fuel systems
• Tires and wheels
• Body repair, painting, and decals
There’s even information on antique tractor shows and demos, as well as a handy updated section on part sources. John Deere, Ford, Farmall, Allis-Chalmers, Minneapolis-Moline, and more…no matter your passion, with Gaines’ guidance you will be well on your way to transforming that old tractor into a shiny “new” classic!
John Deere Tractor Moldboard and Disk Plows provides technical information on all John Deere moldboard and disk plows manufactured in the New Generation Era, from 1960 to 1990. In it, you’ll find such facts as the year built, plow type, wheel types available, hitch types, as well as comments and identifying features for each plow. The book also covers information on plow attachments, painting a plow, preparing a plow for plowing and storage, and more!
Using lard in cooking dates at least as far back as the 1300s. It is prized by pastry chefs today, and it is an excellent cooking fat because it burns at a very high temperature and tends not to smoke as heavily as many other fats and oils do. Rediscovered along with other healthful animal fats in the 1990s, lard is once again embraced by chefs and enlightened health-care professionals and dietitians.
Lard: The Lost Art of Cooking with Your Grandmother's Secret Ingredient offers you the opportunity to cook like your grandmother, while incorporating good animal fat into your diet once again. Lard is the key to the wonders that came from Grandma's kitchen, and with lard, you can turn out stellar Beef Wellington, Bierocks, or crispy Southern Fried Chicken. Serving your family the 150 treats you enjoyed in your younger days when you visited your grandparents' farm is as easy as flipping a page in this great cookbook. Try your hand at creating fluffy Grandma's Homemade Biscuits, tasty Spanish Corn Bread, delectable Fried Okra, sweet Chocolate Kraut Cake, a Perfect Pastry piecrust for a delicious Butterscotch Peach Pie, or Rhubarb Dumplings.
You will never regret adding Lard: The Lost Art of Cooking with Your Grandmother's Secret Ingredient to your cookbook collection. Don't be afraid to bring a little lard back to the table; your taste buds will be glad you did.
Noted photographer Andrew Morland presents more than 650 photographs of tractors from the USA, Canada, Europe and Japan, including models from the 1880's to today. Features everything from John Deere, Farmall, Ford, Case and Caterpillar to some interesting and uncommon tractors that you've never seen before.
Between 1956 and 1964, Massey Ferguson manufactured some 380,000 MF 35s (better known as the Ferguson TO35 in the United States), the most popular medium-sized farm tractors of the period. Many have remained in work, and they are a restorer’s favorite machine.
In this book, technical writer and author Chris Jaworski (a restoration enthusiast himself) provides easy-to-follow, comprehensive information about the MF 35 and TO35 tractor. Each chapter includes step-by-step instructions illustrated with clear photographs, covering all aspects of the MF 35 and TO35 3-cylinder, 4-cylinder, and petrol/TVO models.
This manual includes detailed guidance on:
• Buying and safety
• Weekly checks
• Cooling systems
• Fuel systems
• Rear axle and PTO
• Steering and front axle
Stephen Chastain, a mechanical and materials engineer, shows the beginner how to make a sand mold and then how to hone skills to produce high-quality castings. Written in nontechnical terms, the sand-casting manuals begin by melting aluminum cans over a charcoal fire and end by casting a cylinder head. Illustrated. 208 pages.
This continuation of Chastain's metal casting books includes several advanced techniques. Detailed are the solidification of metals, aluminum alloys, copper alloys, iron alloys, directional solidification, useful foundry projects and more. Also includes a bibliography, appendices and list of suppliers. 208 pages.
With more than 2,000 black–and–white illustrations and clear, practical instructions given by expert handyman and blacksmith Paul N. Hasluck, Metalworking offers everything you need to know to turn a chunk of metal into a useful and well–crafted product.
From building a blast furnace and polishing metals to forging iron and steel and spinning metals on a lathe, this comprehensive guidebook includes the tools, materials, and processes that are fundamental to the art of metalworking. Included here is information on working sheet metals, gold, and silver; building a dynamo and electric motor; making a vertical steam engine; and more!
This ultimate, do–it–yourself guide to metalworking is ideal for all handymen and women, do–it–yourself–types, and industry professionals —amateur and seasoned alike!