Parts for my 1962 Chevrolet that were plentiful 3 years ago today are no longer available. I agree, but buy what you need or think that you will need now because today's crazy prices will be tomorrow's bargains, and many times they will no longer be available.Buy the parts you need/want now........
Why you can still find them!
Two years ago I bought what was reported to be the last instrument cluster wiring harness in the USA for my 1989 Ford 1920.
It was not cheap!
Never have been sorry about that, as the 1,100 hour tractor is now repainted, and looks/runs like new.
Perfect for that. One of the things I like my Compact Tractor (L2350DT) is that I can get it between trees and down trails in the woods on my property.
Interesting thought. You could take an 18HP (diesel) tractor and connect it back to back to an 18 HP gas machine and the diesel would drag the gas all the way around the section and almost not know it was dragging something!.I forget the model # of my 1st Kubota, B8200?? maybe. It was only 17hp. That I remember because my riding lawnmower was 18hp but the Kubota had a backhoe and loader. Did a lot of work with that 'rut of the litter'
I use the same style hand pump you show on your new tank. I bought it brand new at a yard sale and fortunately it pumps with each stroke to and fro! They are nice.No, but it will be easy for me to keep it topped off because I always have 15 gallons of sawmill Diesel in the back of my truck. My saving is that these 79 year old arms will not be lifting the jugs.
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I have a 12vdc pump with detachable hoses mounted to the sawmill, but that option would not have been viable at the farm. My Son and I have been kicking this back and forth for over a year before deciding that a 50 gallon tank and hand pump would be our best option.