hay yall, This is another RAM TOUGH PRODUCTION. yall are watchin’ a video that I made of my 1952 Farmall Cub(all orginal). If yall got any questions just comment. thank yall fer watchin’ Yall rate, comment, and subscribe thanks
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it will, thats what i do. just throw some on after a rain storm, or you could put it under a tarp with oil on it, thats the best bet
that won’t work, will it?
squirt some oil on the tin so it wont rust
nice i have a 1949 h and it runs good it is a 5 speed but 5th is out but it is very powerful
lol yeah neither do mine
wow, my friend’s don’t even know what song that is. especilly just the intro.
nice cub and i loved “Momma Cried too.”
ok. it sounded like a gasoline engine but it also sounded governed and ive never seen a governed engine bigger than 3 cylinders unless it wada diesel. well i guess i cant say that now.
thats cool. i love farmalls and mc mccormicks. it kinda had a dieselish exhaust note too. all my grampas tractors sounded like that and they where all diesels.
uh, no, its a 4-cylinder, C-60 gasoline L-head engine. and I figurin’ that IH built the engine.
my grampa had a farmall 720 i believe that blew a rod and ran on 5 cylinders after that. thats a nice tractor. that has a diesel engine right? and is it a fordson engine?
Starts and runs nice!
oh, that was my grandfathers 1937 Farmall A
the engine is stuck right now
good video son, nice tractor. one ? though, what was that one tractor at 4:22 that you were looking straight at from across the driveway by the big tree?
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