Tractor 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.
Contributor Gordon reaches a crucial stage in the restoration of his TED20 - in his latest tutorial he fits the flywheel and clutch.
Ferguson TED20 - Dismantling the Front Axle - Video Tutorial. Gordon removes the front axle in order to inspect it's condition in preparation for the next stage of the restoration.
Gordon fits the release bearing and layshaft bush on his tractor in this latest tutorial in the series following the restoration of his TED20.
This article describes the installation of a new set of liners and pistons in an International Harvester 434.
The connecting rod small end bush is an often overlooked area when rebuilding an engine. In his latest article in the series, contributor Andrew looks at how to achieve close tolerance fits between parts on his International Harvester 434.
The camshaft and cam followers (tappets) are often ignored during an engine rebuild - in this article contributor Andrew explains how to check them, and how to change the gear or adjust the end float.
The latest in Andrew's series of articles recording the major overhaul of his International Harvester 434 tractor. In this instalment Andrew focuses on timing gears.
Gordon begins work on the clutch on his Ferguson TED20 - this video focuses on removing and replacing the clutch release bearings.
Common signs of failed oil filter housing and a video tutorial on how to fit a replacement oil filter housing unit on your tractor with Gordon from Waterhouse Forde.
In this video Gordon assesses the coolant tap on his TED20 to see if it is salvageable after a clean up and refacing in order to retain the authentic look without compromising on functionality.
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