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2245 Aultman Taylor


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still looking for parts for 2245 Aultman Taylor. Anyone know of any parts tractors or bit and pieces available? Mostly needing cylinder head.
Any help or leads would be greatly appreciated.
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Are you missing the head or is it broken?
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missing complete head.
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Your not likely to find anyone parting out one of these any more. We all want one to add to our accumulation. Best to have a pattern maker get busy and get a new casting made. Others have done this for early tractors and now have a running unit, not waiting for unknown parts. A few have even made the missing head from weldments just to get going.
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Go to page four in this thread to see how we dealt with an unobtainium head...….

https://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=81932
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