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A buddy of mine and I were putting together an antique tractor that he was restoring and once he got it all cleaned up we decided to give the engine a once over, but have you ever taken apart a Minneapolis-Moline 445 LP utility tractor? Step one, get the service manual. You can't do anything worthwhile without cracking the books and learning something about it, even if you're a pretty good mechanic. Once you read up and get current you can turn yourself into a bit of an expert if you care to. Everything's like that.

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