In The Shop

Do you ever wish you could get some tractor restoration tips and insights from people who know what they’re doing? Of course no one knows it all, but we thought it would be valuable to hear from some of those with real experience in restoring classic tractors. So let’s go In The Shop….

We’ve got another installment of In The Shop! This time Ken Jansen, takes us through the process of getting a classic tractor started after years of setting idle.

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K. R. Hough of Traction Engineering gives tips on how to set the valves on your classic tractor and demonstrates how to do so on a 1920’s era Lauson Tractor.

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Kent Jansen shares how this device will save you time and agony on your next carburetor rebuild.

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On this segment of “In The Shop” Kurt Aumann shares a tip on how he preserves and protects his original paint tractors with Flitz Polish & Paint Restorer. Get 20% Off FLITZ Products! CLICK THIS LINK And Use Code: FEVER http://www.flitz.com?aff=12

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On this segment of “In The Shop” Alex Fuselier shares a few tips on using a 3-D printer to make obsolete parts for antique tractors. Need an answer for in the shop? Submit your question to info@classictractorstv.com

If you have questions or have a topic you’d like to hear more about on Classic Tractor Fever’s In The Shop, email us at: info@classictractorstv.com

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