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Avery 18-36


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Old 10-01-2007, 08:18:59 PM
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Here is the Avery 18-36 my brother bought, he must think I was going to be bored this winter. If any one knows of any parts mosty engine parts please let me know Thanks.
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Old 10-01-2007, 08:35:52 PM
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I'm alookin' and lookin' real hard but I don't see any heads or cam towers.......
Am I missing something.......or are YOU?....... .......
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Old 10-01-2007, 09:16:45 PM
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This is really odd. I was sitting having coffee this morning and was thinking the Werth's don't have enough Iron and along comes this load. I don't know how anyone could pass up a load like this. Most trailer loads I see are cut up. And they won't ask me for help on it. Forget a cotter pin or two and everyone calls you old and forgetfull.
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Old 10-01-2007, 09:19:38 PM
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So THAT explains who bought the 18-36 projects! I had inquired about them and was sent pictures of them, and was still awaiting answers to my questions as to what was needed to be able to complete at least one tractor when I received an email stating that they were spoken for.

Craig- There was only one set of heads included in the deal, one flywheel, one crankshaft, and NO cam tower! When I got the word a few days ago that the 18-36 projects were spoken for I was a little down, but have since located a 12-25 that I think I might be able to get!

Looks like Warren and Lee are going to be plenty busy for a while. Please keep us posted on the progress of the tractor, and please take plenty of pictures during the restoration!!!
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Old 10-01-2007, 09:39:01 PM
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We should let Warn worry about the parts.The 18-36 averys are about as scarced as hen teeth. Anyway good to see another good peice of old Iron come to wisconsin.


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Old 10-02-2007, 12:39:15 AM
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This masterpiece must have come from Gary Biewer"s salvage tractors yard. There was a head for an Avery on Schaaf's sale sold for $ 25.00!!
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I'm alookin' and lookin' real hard but I don't see any heads or cam towers.......
Am I missing something.......or are YOU?....... .......
The Heads are with the Tractor but the Camshaft and the Camtower is missing.
I was also interested on this Avery but i was not quick enough to say yes, and to be honest i thought no one is mad enough to buy it so quick
But it went to a good home and i will buy it from there Restored sooner or later :-)
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Old 10-02-2007, 10:32:20 AM
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were considering starting our own foundry it might be cheaper to get the tractors done done and yes that is the plan there are 2 tractors there not one good and one parts you got to use your imagination
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There was a head for an Avery on Schaaf's sale sold for $ 25.00!!
The head that sold there was guessed to be for a 5-10 Avery.
Nothing to worry about Lee.......
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Craig,
You know, Uncle Benjamin-n-Cousin JT might have a "head stretcher" in amongst all their mechanikin' tools that they coulda' used to make that head work on a larger model tractor!

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