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March 19, 2018
Welcome to Yesterday's Tractors, your Antique Tractor Headquarters! We specialize in antique tractor parts and information for John Deere, Farmall, Allis Chalmers, Ford, Oliver, Case - all older tractors made before 1985. We have the parts you need to repair your old tractor! Plus thousands of pages of information, photos and forum discussions available through the links above.

Article Spotlight

Hydraulics - Cylinder Anatomy - by Curtis von Fange. Letís make one more addition to our series on hydraulics. Iíve noticed a few questions in the comment section that could pertain to hydraulic cylinders so I thought we could take a short look at this real workhorse of the circuit. Cylinders are the reason for the hydraulic circuit. They take the fluid power delivered from the pump and magically change it into mechanical power. There are many types of cylinders that one might run across on a farm scenario. Each one could take a chapter in ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Locating an Internal Engine Knock

To locate a internal knock take a wood dowel (like a broom stick minus the broom) and hold it up against the engine block and with the other hand put your palm over the end and hold your ear up to the back ... [ More ]

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1953 Farmall (late) Super HV

Bill White - KY
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Survey Says

Of these, which was the most interesting innovation in tractors?
1. Rubber Tires  (2181 votes, 33%)
2. Live PTO  (829 votes, 12%)
3. 3-Point Hitch  (2605 votes, 39%)
4. Spin-adjustable Tire Spacing  (184 votes, 2%)
5. Dual-fuel Configuration  (332 votes, 5%)
6. Offset Seat Position (axles or seat)  (405 votes, 6%)

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