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Well while I was installing a new radiator from H'Bob Though i'd do a spring tune up,While I was installing the scrw It fell be darn If I can fine it now. any suggestion on what I can use in it's place?
YOU CAN DO IT,YOU CAN DO IT,IF YOU PUT YOUR MINE TO IT !
The oil retaining screw on the fan is a #12 machine screw x 5/8". It also has a small O-Ring type gasket.
Hey Vern - after you buy and install that new screw, let us all know how quickly the "lost" one turns up, and where it was! Al D
Maud - 1947 Cub #4364
Everything's better with Golden Retrievers, an old Ford V8 and a Cub!
Al D, that sounds like the voice of experience. The longest it has ever taken me to find the old part or tool after buying a replacement for the lost one was 3 weeks. Normally it as about 2 days.
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to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the
government lest it come to dominate our lives and interests." Patrick Henry
I've had some luck by waving a magnet around the general area where I've dropped a screw! Dusty B
Grandpa's '41 B
'51 Super C
'55 Case SC
Fairbanks-Morse 3KW Generator
Dad's DB garden tractor
'31 "A Coupe
'51 Ford PU
'55 Dodge PU
God looks out for those of us who don't know how to look out for ourselves!
The screwdriver or pliers I can't find usually end up being found wherever my wife left them.
"We don't need to think more,
we need to think differently."
I won't tell Sue you said that, I'll just ask if she knows about it!!
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I nearly lost the same screw a few weeks ago. set it on the hood while I filled the oil in the fan hub, then promptly forgot about it. luckily it fell off when I backed out of the garage (on the concrete floor), so it was easy to find once I realized what I had done. Then the other day I stopped to fill up gas in the field with the tractor sitting in a furrow and did the same thing with the gas cap! luckily it didn't fall off until i was turning around at the end of the row because I didn't notice until several turns later when I saw the gas splashing out the top... never would have found it if it got buried. That's what I get for plowing before I have my coffee in the morning!
No -- I've never done anything like that!!! I enjoy have two of everything!
Guiena, 1951 Farmall Cub; Jumping Willy, 1949 Farmall Cub.
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