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Old 05-08-2012, 08:15 PM
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need a tractor repaired in Burlington County

Does anyone know of a place to get an 1950s tractor repaired in Burlington County. The tractor is a massey harris 50 and it has a govenor problem and i just can not seem to figure it out. Please help!

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Old 05-08-2012, 08:43 PM
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Wow, that's an oldie you have there. I don't know anything about them and I couldn't even steer you in the right direction. If anybody does know I'm sure they will chime in.
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Wow, that's an oldie you have there. I don't know anything about them and I couldn't even steer you in the right direction. If anybody does know I'm sure they will chime in.
Thanks, I restored it. Ill tell you what they dont make them like they used too. My two older tractors the 1955 massey and my 1969 deere pull a plow better then my newer hydrostat 4wd kubota of the same hp rating! I like the older tractors where you can shift the gears for plowing. I hope to find somewhere to get this fixed. I have tried everything to repair this and it really upsets me that i can figure it out considering that I have rebuilt the whole thing. Its probably somthing simple that i am just overlooking!
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Thanks, I restored it. Ill tell you what they dont make them like they used too. My two older tractors the 1955 massey and my 1969 deere pull a plow better then my newer hydrostat 4wd kubota of the same hp rating! I like the older tractors where you can shift the gears for plowing. I hope to find somewhere to get this fixed. I have tried everything to repair this and it really upsets me that i can figure it out considering that I have rebuilt the whole thing. Its probably somthing simple that i am just overlooking!
I wouldn't even have a clue who or where to try to get help, and your most likely right, just missing one little thing can mess things up real good!
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Try Hainsport truck repair in Burlington or near there on RT 38.
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