Posted by Jeff in ND on July 12, 2012 at 12:05:17 from (126.96.36.199):
My late father had a 1948 Z universal that has been in the family since new. Last week I was on the farm in MN cleaning up junk and managed to find a lot of the original parts for the tractor. Dad never tossed anything but sometimes it got converted to other uses.... Got the tractor running after about 2yrs. Found all the original seat parts and 1 side of the cutout louvered engine panels. Was cut out sometime in the 50s I think. Probably the other one was used up to patch stuff over the years. Anyway. On other Z's like this one I have seen a 3rd brake pedal on the right side that operates both brakes. The original parts manual I have shows this pedal with a shaft and some other pieces.
The tractor does not have this pedal. I don't remember it ever having it, but there is 20yrs of history before that. Was this an option or has it been removed?
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