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WD 45 - Thanks Grandpa

In 2005 my grandpa drove down a state road and saw an Allis-Chalmers wd45 and thought I would like it so he pulled over and bought it just for me! He told me that when he bought it he drove it home, but we couldn't get it running at his place so we brought it to my house so I could work on it and hopefully get it running. Well the tractor sat until last week then I pushed it into the shop and started to work on it. I started out by putting a sedimite bowl on the tractor, because it had none, then I replaced the fuel line. Now I had gas to the carb. then I turned the motor then discovered that I had gas to the motor but the spark plugs were wet and not igniting the fuel so then I decided to go ahead and put new points and sparkplugs in but still no luck so I got out my test light and trased the problem. A hot wire was not connected so I stripped the wires and rebinded them. Finaly it worked!!!! I did it all by myself! Then I filled the POWER STERING, then the hydraulic reservoir, started my tractor and paraded around the yard just like a king on his greasy throne. Recently I bought a A-C loader and cultivators and I plan to put the loader on. My name is Charles Riddle from Rochester In. I am 15 yrs old and taught myself everything I know, but my teachers taught me to spell ha ha. If you want to talk to me about tracors or advise please call me plus I am looking hard for a two row mounted corn picker for the 45 and would appreciate any information on one (I don't have alot of money to spend) dont be afraid to email me or call 574 223 4830 or ac_roto@hotmail.com

carl, IN, entered 2006-04-04
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