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slink 377975 207 My uncle's IMT 558 either
My uncle's IMT 558
My uncle's IMT 558 completely restaured few years ago, and now in perfect working condition.

I forgot to ask him about the age of the tractor, but believe me, it's very old ;-)
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second, and last picture...
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Has tidied up nicely for a tractor of it's age & vintage :-)
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My uncle is perhaps the most caring person in all of surrounding villages. He puts blankets on the hood of his tractors at night, so the dust can't settle on the tractor...
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Certainly helps when you look after your machines doesnt it? Makes them last a lot longer ;-)
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You saw my 539 (MF 135 based) tractor. It is the worst possibble maintained, and it pulls better than most tractors of his age and hours...

It has been neglected since the day it was bought (the first week my grandfather rammed into a plum tree with it). We only changed oil two time a year and that's it... No maintaince at all, and it still runs very good, only leaking oil, but that's classic IMT troubble...

I think that in this case (IMT) caring for tractor is a bad thing. You need to push it hard, and only then the tractor will be grateful to you...
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Ok, thats an interesting way of looking at things :-P
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