Tractor Tech Articles

Tech Articles 

Need some guidance on servicing or repairing your modern, antique or vintage tractor? Read through our technical articles from contributors, in house staff and engineering experts.

Tractor Steering Overhaul Part 3

Tractor Steering Overhaul Part 3

This article is based on rebuilding the front axle pivot pin and bushes on Bradford built International Harvester B275, B414 and 434 tractors. The design of the parts are however similar to those on many tractors of the period and so should be of general use

Tractor Steering Overhaul Part 2

Tractor Steering Overhaul Part 2

Part 2 of Andrew Chapman's steering overhaul review. This article is based on rebuilding the steering knuckles and hubs on Bradford built International Harvester B275, B414 and 434 tractors.

Tractor Steering Overhaul Part 1

Tractor Steering Overhaul Part 1

Contributor Andrew Chapman compares the various methods for splitting swivel joints on steering overhauls.

Tractor Steering Evaluation

Tractor Steering Evaluation

Contributor Andrew Chapman carries out a steering evaluation referencing IH Bradford built tractors.

Tractor Seat Review

Tractor Seat Review

Jim Brown reviews our suspension seat suitable for John Deere Tractors

Massey Ferguson 35, FE35, 35X Serial Numbers

Massey Ferguson 35, FE35, 35X Serial Numbers

What's your Massey Ferguson 35 Serial Number? The Massey Ferguson 35 was produced in 1960 -1965. To identify your serial number look on the dashboard of the Massey 35. 

Ford 40 Series Torque Settings

Ford 40 Series Torque Settings

 Identify the torque settings for your Ford 40 series tractor.

Fordson Serial Numbers

Fordson Serial Numbers

What's your Fordson Serial Number?




Ferguson TE20 Serial Numbers

Ferguson TE20 Serial Numbers

What's your Ferguson TE20 Serial Number?


The Ferguson TE20  was produced from 1946 to 1956 by Standard Motor Company of England.

Removing Broken Studs and Bolts - Tractors

Removing Broken Studs and Bolts - Tractors

Removing Broken Studs and Bolts on your tractor.  A useful article for any tractor restorer or hobbyist providing a number of approaches to remove the inevitable broken stud on old machinery. Part of our Tech Bulletin Series To Restoring Tractors.


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