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McCormick Deering 22-36 in Tennessee


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I was just wondering... were there later yer model IHC's that used a similar oil filter housing that would work? If you can think of anything, let me know. That tractor salvage place is only 30ish miles from home. The owner doesn't mind me walking around looking for items. Maybe I can find something to work on yours.[COLOR="Silver"]
Your comment made me think about that for a second and it dawned on me that my '67 Travelall uses a bolt-on housing that looks similar and uses a similar (Wix 1156 instead of the 1155 like yours) filter. Those filter assemblies shouldn't be too tough to find and I can easily make an adapter to use it on the tractor. It would look appropriately "farm modified" as well.

Thanks for starting the thought process!
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A few random photos from the salvage yard today.
Don't know about you guys but looking at odd and end photos interests me. Maybe it's because it keeps me wondering about some of that old stuff.





An old Case that appears to have a truck axle under the front?




Don't think I've ever heard of a Fordson Major


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Looks like a Farmall tractor corn picker?
There is a second one sitting right beside this one.




Can make out a faint bit of green and a little yellow in spots.
Small John Deere crawler?






Even found a 1931 Chevy out there.
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Farmall's than anything.






I have no clue. Some form of portable table saw?
This piece interests me for some reason.




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This old crane is pretty neat. Particularly because of the bucket/lift assembly.










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Those filter assemblies shouldn't be too tough to find and I can easily make an adapter to use it on the tractor. It would look appropriately "farm modified" as well.

The next two photos are from a 22-36 similar to mine. I used them as a comparison to the following photos.




The only filter assembly I could find was on a McCormick Deering W30. It's smaller than that of a 22-36 and it's mounting plate holes are not spread out as wide. But it does have four lines coming out of it. If you think something like this will work I can have it pulled.


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Russ, I'm getting the two primer cups for you. I told the guys if the tubes pull out with them we'll take them also.

I don't know if you want those two lower sheet metal pieces with the side curtain hooks. One hook is missing and the other three are froze up solid with one of the hooks has a broken end piece.
If you do, let me know and I'll have them pulled.







Mosqitos were bad out there today. Was tough holding the phone still and taking photos.

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MaceyMadness, I'm having all four hooks pulled for you. I think we can get all four for about ten bucks. The springs in them were tight but movable. Except one... I think the spring is either bound up, worn out or broken.
Told them to go ahead and pull them off.


The fourth one is back there in the photo behind the tree.
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I beileve that "table saw" is a edger for like a sawmill it would cut bark of the sides of boards or just cut it down to your desired width. I'd make that your next project! It's a neat piece.
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That Farmall under the corn picker is a gas start diesel MD. Their getting hard to find these days.
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Thanks, pm is empty again.
I can usually fix those hooks.......most of the time.
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