peanut

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    8910,5130,856,1440, 1972 4x4 Cheyenne ,1969 SS Chevelle and camaro, salt water fishin
    Want 1066 or 1466 cab and 1456

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  1. How far would you drive a tractor home

    Done it several times , early sunday mornings are great.very little cars.
  2. How far would you drive a tractor home

    I'l drive it for half trucking fee. By the time u get up with driver, meet him, chain up,drive back, unload. You could have it home and have eat lunch.
  3. Crispy 7120 Combine

    Seen a few friction fires like that before , insurance papers and payment book rubbing together.
  4. 7240 High EGT's

    Agree, I started stretching rod bolts 20 years ago much more accurate than an torque wrench, and quickly identifies bad bolts.
  5. What would you do 986 engine!

    1440 combine bring $1000 running in the south . Same engine.
  6. 5140 power shift only works in 1st

    Don't buy the China ones, did that last year . One not working and all leaking now .
  7. 1660 combine

    Just from memory 500 rotor low gear, 1/2 top ,3/8 bottom seives, fan 850. Will get u close.
  8. 1460 Hystat pump

    Agree control valve and servo orings seeped pretty bad on my 1440 , found sizes and ordered online. Way better for 20 dollar fix.
  9. 1440 Bean head

    A few more posts and you'll want a 30ft .
  10. 1440 Bean head

    17.5 will be fine as long as vines aren't green and flowing well down auger.
  11. 1440 Bean head

    Have two 1440s one with specialty rotor and one standard. 15 ft is perfect. Have a 13, 15, and 17.5 . 13 works good in tough beans. 17.5 in small dry beans.
  12. Magnum hydraulic remotes

    Just went through this.replaced all but one oring on spool , left spool in place ,lots of orings and backup rings all sold separately but 300 bucks worth. Did not remove from tractor. Just get a big clean table lay it all out clean and replace kinda time consuming though. Had bought spool rings but could see them from bottom looked OK couldn't get cables loose. Keep orings labeled and diagram handy .
  13. 1568 whereabouts?

    Thanks, just kinda shows how hard farming and times were then we really have it pretty good. He was just a simple ,hard working, un educated, God fearing man. Only implement we still have that came with it is a sickle bar mower still in his barn.
  14. 1568 whereabouts?

    My grandfather's first tractor was a B farmall , farmed with mules prior to it. Actually ordered a C but when it came they sent the B it was during the war so he couldn't be too picky. Got it home and head had I flaw in casting and water leaked between it and gasket so he took a wooden match and drove it in hole. Worked that way until sold in the early 1980s. He passed in 2001 and my father started looking for it running adds and word of mouth. Found it in 2009 and finally purchased in 2011. My father knew it immediately from toolbox being moved and some welding on drawbar as well as flaw in head. Good luck it's possible.
  15. IH 1440 combine

    Watched 2 at auction in January kinda rough but ran good 1000 each. With head.