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About 660 driver

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  • Birthday 09/06/1978

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    Red Wing,MN
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    Tractor pulling and workin on old binders. 660,F-20,30,14,12,W-30,460gas,1947 M,22-36,'53 Super M,IHC model "M" hit and miss,IH 140,and a '68 cub cadet 125,'76 966bs with hinker cab and M&W turbo,cub 154 loboy.
  1. I do not want beef to rise either but maybe this will put a little more money/business into the hands of the american farmer instead of brazilian ones!
  2. Keep a close eye on the batteries! We had one go dead here at the nuke that one of my fellow officers caught during a patrol tour. It had only been hanging on the wall for 6 months. If your gonna have it I would assign someone to check it weekly or at least monthly. I can't imagine what it would be like to need it to save someoone and find the battery dead! Now bare in mind we have over 100 of them here at the nuke and only one of them was found dead on battery one time so I wouldn't be scared of longevity or reliability but one must stay vigilant!
  3. Did you try binder books for a legible manual? May be a longshot. Also if you need NLA parts try all states and different wrecking yards. Good luck I hope yo get er dialed in. We have a new idea so our unit is a little different.
  4. In other words iffin your gonna fix it set to it! Anytime you start seeing shavings of any kind you at least need to investigate until you find the issue.
  5. Nice job Mike!
  6. Pulled one at my old job and it got loaned out to the neighbors who proceeded to beat the crap out of it and it held up well. It came back one time with a small box elder tree wedged between the rear main gangs. Took me 3 hours to get it cleared and returned to service but i disced for the rest of the night after that.
  7. Those bolsters look different to me. We have a couple different McCormick and IH wagons. Ones on steel still and the other has a dump box but I've never seen that style bolster before.
  8. 3 f-14's here.
  9. All the best with your new job tom!
  10. Um syrup revolting??? U got to be joking!
  11. Troy when I was doing sewer and water pipe komatsu excavators were the only way to go for us. Tougher and simpler period.
  12. Good to hear bill!
  13. .223 is a slow round but they are the 9mm of rifle calibers. Cheap and plentiful! They hit plenty hard too. If it were me I would just go 22-250 but I already have an m4 carbine but if that weren't the case I'd go .223/5.56. Dad has a pair of tikka t3's in 22-250 and 30-06 both are great shooting rifles. Only things we have in ruger are 10\22's and a mark 2 target pistol. All are great weapons.
  14. Myself and the neighbor made about 6 or 7 bottles worth. Low sugar content for sure. I made some after the trees budded and it turned out well too. Made some caramels with some and they were epic! I know some say the sap is lower quality after the trees have budded but I really have had no issues that way.
  15. Well that may be the case but I know for a fact it still has the original hood tins and I think frame and it is a 6 cylinder IH gasser but now the intake comes up alongside of the hood just like it was when the engine was still in the combine. I will look again next time I'm there to see but I don't remember any heavy mods.