As suggested and in case the OP of the other recent 35X thread doesn't re-appear soon, and to avoid hijacking another thread, here's my own progress thread with some questions as and when they come up! Since acquiring the tractor last summer, I've taken the decision to remove the awful cobbled together mess of a front loader attachment - there were totally unneccesary extra valves and not the proper lift cover valve which meant it was an absolute pest to use, and with anything on the back, forget about it! I also have no need for a loader and with the considerable forward weight of the one it had fitted, steering, let alone traction, was difficult. It also did not work well with the side headlights when trying to use the loader at ground level, as they would foul it. You can see the hydraulics in this photo - none of that would have been needed, just the simple lift cover three way valve. This system was quite dangerous as either the front or back could potentially drop suddenly, depending on position of the rotary, or the arm valve, or the lever valve! While removing the horizontal parts of the loader frame I had the rear mudguard bolts out, and decided to remove the roll bar frames too, and return the tractor to looking as close as possible to its likely 'as built' condition of 1964. I will retain the roll bar though to stay with the tractor should I sell it one day. Anyway, first question, of what could turn into quite a few. Seems like a forum of very knowledgeable folk here though so I hope you can put up with me. Q) White diesel smoke (not steam) when idling only, disappears under load or higher revving. Seems this could well be an injector dripping rather than spraying properly. It runs quite happily although a little rough when idling, so have been considering removing the injectors and getting them tested. As well as opinions on whether this is worthwhile, did the 35X have different injector pressures to the 35? Reason I ask is that in Chris Jaworski's Workshop Manual book he lists a table of pressures for the A3.152, two types are 120 bar and two are 170 bar... confusing. In any case I would get them professionally done as it's not something I've had any experience of and a vintage machine needs treating with a bit of care.