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Old 08-14-2018, 04:48:35 AM
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It would be worth a chat with Sunshineman to see if he thinks it is possible and the cost.
Who are the Fiat tractor spare specialists? would more then likely be a long shot.
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I will track them down by getting in contact with Oliver54 he has a couple of places he buys Fiat stuff for his later model tractors.
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Here is what has been forwarded to me;

Hi John, finding parts for a tractor that old here in Australia may be near impossible. The motor was the same in the 702, 702B and 703.The 702 ran at 900 rpm and the 702B and 703 ran at 1100 rpm. I would think that it may have been a truck motor adapted for fitting to a tractor
http://www.tractordata.com/farm-trac...-fiat-702.html
He could try GW Tractors 07 3209 4100.They may have some leads
Rural Wrecking 02 6725 4617,I think he has one or more in his collection.
Neil's Parts 1800 463 457 they list one in their wrecked list.
Griffith's Traders may even have something in their old wrecking yard if they haven't sent it for scrap.
Failing that he may find one overseas.


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Cheers, That sounds like a good start to the search.
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