IH Forever

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About IH Forever

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  • Birthday 01/04/1975

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  1. Agree with Jerry...kill it! Water hemp is a huge problem around here and Roundup rarely kills it anymore.
  2. Just last night I saw an 810 5 belt head on SW Minnesota Craigslist that appeared to be very good.
  3. Thanks for the pictures. My son and I went to a Packers game last winter and stayed in Oshkosh. I'd love to go back sometime and spend more time in the area. After the game I took Hwy. 32 south of Green Bay and noticed some really large dairies in the area.
  4. My Dad has a No. 10 10' drill that didn't have seed tubes when he bought it. He put seed tubes on it but am not sure how you keep the bottom of the tube in the boot. I don't see anything to fasten them listed in the parts book. Can anyone tell me how the tubes are supposed to stay in place or does anyone have any pictures? Thanks in advance.
  5. We don't do it for rocks. But it levels the field and breaks up the root balls and makes them easier to combine. This is in no till beans.
  6. We have rolled beans the last few years but after they are planted and before they emerge.
  7. Sorry to hear about your loss. That was a wide reaching storm. It destroyed the barn where I grew up, where my brother lives now. Did some minor damage to my house and blew around the calf huts where I keep the kid's bottle calves. My Dad sold the milk cows when I was young and says it was the best thing he ever did...hopefully your parents feel the same way when it is said and done.
  8. I have the IH Sales and IH Service decals that I had made. If you haves picture or the information you should be able to find a custom sign shop that will make the dealer decal.
  9. Binder Books has a decal set for the 37 I believe. Check out their website.
  10. When I was a kid we always had 14' racks because you could do 16 bales/layer to match up with the 8 bale hay fork we used. Typical loads were 80 or 88 bales but did go 96 occasionally when trying to get done with the racks we had available.
  11. MUCH better than Cracker Barrel in my opinion.
  12. I have 1 with slat bottoms. I can't imagine it would be much fun to hook it up in the field when you hit a rock and the hitch disconnects.
  13. Mid 50's. I believe same time as 300-400 and 350-450.
  14. 34-F30A I believe.
  15. It sounds like you are describing a No. 101 squadron hitch designed to pull 2 disks or 2 planters. I've never seen it done but assume you could use it to pull 2 rakes. I have a parts book for the squadron hitch and my Dad has a squadron hitch.