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It seems like an eternity That I've been not getting around to putting my MF630 together. Finally forced myself pull some nite garage time and get the parts made & at least test fitted.

Here are the pictures of the missing parts that Broken2 was kind enough to take for me.
Asphalt Gas Auto part Cylinder Road surface Wood Tool Gas Automotive exterior Hand tool Wood Road surface Asphalt Bumper Tool Road surface Wood Asphalt Stonemason's hammer Yellow Light Ruler Tape measure Office ruler Font Wood Road surface Writing implement Asphalt Font Temperature Musical instrument Plant Font Auto part Asphalt Road surface Line Parallel Font Temperature Tape measure Tool Road surface Font

and here is a picture of what I made last night.
Wood Hardwood Wire Air gun

Tonight, I got them mounted (test run style) on the tractor and played around with it.
I still have a little slop to get rid of in the linkages, but this is gonna work!


Tire Wheel Automotive tire Agricultural machinery Mower Tire Automotive tire Automotive lighting Hood Motor vehicle Tire Wheel Vehicle Automotive tire Tractor Wheel Tire Automotive tire Tread Agricultural machinery Wheel Tire Vehicle Automotive tire Tread Tire Wheel Vehicle Automotive tire Tread Wheel Tire Automotive tire Tread Agricultural machinery
 

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Tractorholic
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That came out Great!!!!!! Thanks for all the pictures! I am sure this will help me out in the near future.
 

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Looks good, Alan! I had to make the handle assy. for the blade on the Ford. Best of luck with it!
 

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That looks like it will work great! Nice work
 

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Alan, That looks like it will work just fine for you, and it looks great.
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Got some of the slop out of the rig & painted the handle. (no pics... it's red... use your imagination)
Ryan and I were going to try it a little, but then we ran into carb problems. Took the bowl off & it looked like the finest sand you've ever seen. It was in everything. No clue where it came from, but I have a suspicion.
It very well could be powdered aluminum oxide from the aluminum fitting in the tank or the carb body.
 

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Isn't ethanol great? Brings you all these extra goodies to clean out of the carb and tank!
 

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That's looking good Alan. I'll get back to work on my rear blade / box blade Monday. Then my next project will be to fix up a front blade too. I'll be looking at this post for sure. May even try to pick your brain when I run into problems.
 
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