Farmall Super A, AV, 1939 - 1954
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What I see there is very repairable. Add some 12 volt bulbs and you'll be good to go.
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.
My wife says I don't listen to her. - - - - - - - - Or something like that!
For some reason, I can't see the photos.
MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
Same here, can' see the pictures. Just a little box with a red X in it and the word image next to it. Tried right clicking on it with show picture but still no go.
49 Farmall Cub, 68 I-H Cub LoBoy
53 Farmall Super-A, 44 Farmall B
52 Farmall Super-C, 41 Farmall H
40 Farmall M, 46 Farmall M
51 Farmall MD, 50 Case DC-3
54 Case 500 Diesel
71 Allis-Chalmers 160 Diesel
I can see them aswell.
1979 International Cub (Artie),193 plow,22 sickle mower,144 cultivator,54a blade,59" belly mower,wheel weights
1944 John Deere B , A-3 B-3 two way plow.....Grandpa's Deere,Still can't find his FARMALL A
I've gotten rubber rings, reflectors, glass and other parts from taylor equipment in sears MI, but these should just be standard parts, so I'm sure a lot of places carry them.
They are guide style lights.
I agree with Big Dog, they'll clean up nice. Littel Brasso to the reflectors, Clean 'em up put some dielectric grease in the sockets, new lamps and new gaskets and you'll be good to go. 1156 taillight lamps will work for 12V and the new gaskets are about $5.00 a piece.
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I have great success with this for my truck lights. I might try it in the SA
Heck that's farmer authentic, from what I've seen the typical farmer has a job to do, there is a wiring problem, they run a jumper get it going, tuck the wire in a bit so they don't snag it with their boot, and think they'll get around to fixing it properly when they get some free time. And then 20 years later...
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