Farmall 100, 1954 - 1973
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$735 for parts and labor sounds like CaseIH prices, not bearing house prices.
16 hours isn't *THAT* out of line for time. It'd take me that long.
Hey at least he knocked off $800 or so... Better 'n a sharp stick in the eye...
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He bought the gaskets and seals at Case from what the guy at Case told me. I'm sure the bearings came from the bearing house. Like someone said I am chalking this one up to experience.
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