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Posted: 2/23/2014 10:24:24 AM
   

RE:Wallis and Massey Harris parts book list

Tom,

Here is a picture of Parts list No. 25A, it is only 4 pages long with front cover being page one and back cover being page 4.

Also Parts list No. 25B, it is only 8 pages long with front cover being page one and back cover being page 8.

Joe

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Posted: 2/23/2014 10:43:32 AM
   

RE:Wallis and Massey Harris parts book list

Tom,

Here is a picture of:

Supplement No. 26C (Form R 34) 19 pages long
Supplement No. 26C (Export) 19 pages long
Supplement No. 27B (Domestic) 15 pages long

Joe

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Posted: 2/24/2014 7:19:14 PM
   

RE:Wallis and Massey Harris parts book list

Malcolm,

Interesting to see after all these years you now noticed your list of K3s... I was just looking at one of my 20-30 Brochures and noticed it tells all about the Certified 20-30 with many pictures but one of the pictures showing the rear axle construction is actually a model K. I wonder if they knew that when they printed it many years ago?? Or if anyone else even noticed it?

Joe

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Posted: 2/26/2014 6:00:43 AM
   

RE:Wallis and Massey Harris parts book list

Joe,

I can see with all that snow you have in MN right now you are keeping warm in the house and finding time to look at the finer detail, always good to enjoy time with our literature and always new findings which gets us thinking even more detail.
I guess you are one of the very first people to notice this over the last 87 years since it was compiled and printed, it just amazes me how much material we now know was printed incorrectly at the time, but guess there was very few people to question it at the time.

Malcolm







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Posted: 2/28/2014 8:34:00 PM
   

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Joe & Malcolm,

I was a little worried this morning when I couldn't get on the website, anyway everything seems fine now.
That Wallis K rear axle picture has been used quite a few times in the advertising of newer Wallis tractors. I have three different 20-30 brochures a 15-27 Cerified brochure and the #81 Massey Harris Catalogue, all using the same picture.

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Posted: 3/1/2014 12:56:35 PM
   

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Malcolm,

Your missing a lot of interesting things living in that mild Brittish climate.
Here is both the Cub jr and model K operators manuals both using the same Cub jr illustration for the gear shifter.


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Posted: 3/1/2014 8:08:29 PM
   

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Graham,

I wouldn't mind a little of that Brittish Climate!! I have had just about enough of this minus 15-20 degree temp we have to work in here. I wish I would have had a little more time to talk to you on the phone the other day but with temps like this you have to keep moving just to keep warm.. It is a bit of a challenge just to get everything running for the day and working like it should. Here are some pictures of how my day started and what it looked like here when you called me.

Joe

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Posted: 3/1/2014 8:15:22 PM
   

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Was that my car???   LOL!!

GTE


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Posted: 3/1/2014 8:22:37 PM
   

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Now back to the warm comforts of home.. I was looking through more of my books and found a No. 20 Parts Price List with Operating Instructions for the Cub Jr. I am thinking there must be an earlier book for the Cub jr because in this book it lists the motor housing as part Number 9022 just as the later books do like No. 21. I believe there should be a different block number for the early Cub jr engine block with the tappet guides made into the block. I haven't looked at my early Cub jr block to see if there is a visible number cast into it or not but will have to do so to confirm my thoughts. 

I also found Parts Price list supplement No. 21-A it is only 5 pages long but I believe this is the very first book made for the Model K's. If I am looking at it correct it appears it is talking about the very first Ks that started with the Serial numbers between the numbers listed for the K-3s you posted earlier. If this is true the first Model K produced should be Serial Number 14033 right?  Here is a close up caption from the front cover of it.  

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Posted: 3/1/2014 8:31:45 PM
   

RE:Wallis and Massey Harris parts book list

John,

I am sure you noticed the stamp on the cover of the No. 21-A Supplement that said:

IRVING'S TRACTOR LUG COMPANY
818 FRONT STREET
FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA

You will be glad to hear I have Tom on the case to see if it is possible to track down some history on this, Here is a picture he found of that location as it looks today. Don't know if he can find anything out but it is worth a shot, you never know...

Joe

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