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  1. The 1966 Farmall 1206 (serial # 9484) now has a new home. The Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni held our annual Toy, Craft, and Vendor show on October 8th where the new home for the 1206 that we restored was chosen. At the end of the show, the raffle tickets were tossed and tumbled. The winning ticket was drawn and revealed that the 1206 was surprisingly staying in the area. Bennett Paplham of Kewaunee, WI was the winner. We would just like to say "thank you" to all of those who purchased tickets for a chance to win. We appreciate the support our chapter received from so many people! The raffle was a great success and we will be able to fund many FFA trips, conferences, and scholarships! Thanks again!
  2. Looking for

    auction 10 -21. Brian Asleson Eau Claire Wi. 826 with 6600 hrs.3pt, wide front serial #13333 nice shape. phone # 715 577 2096
  3. 504 international hi-clear gas

    would IH have kept 504 hc gas serial # separate from504 hc diesel. I would guess not but do not know. So it would be hard to say how many of each were made.
  4. 1966 Farmall 1206

    1966 Farmall 1206 Serial #: 9484 Sponsored by Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni Restored by the Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni and the Luxemburg-Casco FFA Chapter Tickets: $10/ticket or 4 tickets for $35 For tickets, call: 920-845-2240 or email us at 1206raffle@gmail.com Restorations and Repairs included: · Head Gasket · Rear main seal · Clutch, TA, and PTO · Injectors · Hydraulic valves and water pump · Rear axle and rear axle housing and bearings · MC Valve · Starter and Alternator · All new fluids · Wire harness and lights · Seat and suspension · Tires and Back rims · Sheet metal bolts · Wheel bolts · Belts and hoses · Paint and Decals · Brakes · Clutch pedal, brake pedals, front axle pivot points re-bushed · Steering wheel · Fuel gauge and temp sensor · Used fuel tank and cap · Grab handles and used steps · Batteries and cables 3-point linkage arm Winning ticket to be drawn on October 8, 2017 ***Winner is responsible for shipping/transporting costs. Need not to be present to win on date of drawing.*
  5. 1206 serial number

    1966 Farmall 1206 Serial #: 9484 Sponsored by Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni Restored by the Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni and the Luxemburg-Casco FFA Chapter Tickets: $10/ticket or 4 tickets for $35 For tickets, call: 920-845-2240 or email us at 1206raffle@gmail.com Restorations and Repairs included: · Head Gasket · Rear main seal · Clutch, TA, and PTO · Injectors · Hydraulic valves and water pump · Rear axle and rear axle housing and bearings · MC Valve · Starter and Alternator · All new fluids · Wire harness and lights · Seat and suspension · Tires and Back rims · Sheet metal bolts · Wheel bolts · Belts and hoses · Paint and Decals · Brakes · Clutch pedal, brake pedals, front axle pivot points re-bushed · Steering wheel · Fuel gauge and temp sensor · Used fuel tank and cap · Grab handles and used steps · Batteries and cables 3-point linkage arm Winning ticket to be drawn on October 8, 2017 ***Winner is responsible for shipping/transporting costs. Need not to be present to win on date of drawing.*
  6. 1206 serial number

    The 1206 on the Gehl 800 chopper are both owned by the Ebert Family who hosted this year's Wisconsin Farm Technology Days which took place July 11-13 in Kewaunee County. The chopper was this year's commemorative toy which has never been made into a toy before. There were a 1000 made for the show and they sold out of them a couple of days before the show started.
  7. 1206 serial number

    Two 1206's at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in Kewaunee County not quite a month ago. The one on the left is serial number 12562 and the one on the right is 9484.
  8. 1206 serial number

    1206 Farmall serial #12562 lives in Algoma WI.
  9. 1066 / 706 Rear Ends

    the bull gear and pinion are wider so you can not use a 1066 bull gear in a 706 and still use the 706 pinion. they will fit in the housing as a set but not mix and match. likepete23 said 1066 are heaver through out rear end.
  10. 1066 / 706 Rear Ends

    the housings are the same so yes you can interchange but not mix and match.
  11. 1066 / 706 Rear Ends

    the 1066 has heaver bull gear,pinion shaft and bearings also brakes.differential and ring gear.probably other parts also.
  12. Direct cut choppers/heads?

    I know they made them to fit 717-770 and other similar models.
  13. Direct cut choppers/heads?

    New Holland made them into the late 70"s.
  14. Thank you to Chapter 5 for allowing us to display our tractor at RPRU. Also a big Thanks to Aaron for giving us a great spot. Enjoyed the show and visiting with so many wonderful people. Thanks to everyone for supporting our FFA chapter. Thanks again, Red666
  15. Below is an article about the recent tractor restoration project completed by the Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni and FFA chapter. Also, I have included some of the before, during, and after pictures of the tractor. This was in the May/June issue of Red Power Magazine. ........................................................................................................................................ The Luxemburg-Casco FFA Alumni decided to do another tractor restoration. This 1966 Farmall 1206 makes it the fifth tractor that the Luxemburg-Casco FFA power mechanics class and the alumni restored together. The goal is to do a restoration of a tractor as a fundraiser to provide monetary support for FFA student trips and scholarships. The program has been very successful thus far, and we believe this tractor will bring a profit for our organization like the previous four tractors have. Once the alumni decides on a tractor to search for, the alumni purchases the tractor for the project and pays for all of the repairs. Traditionally, the last tractors have been done in the shop at the high school, but this year, because of scheduling changes, it was done at an alumni member’s shop where the students came out to the farm to help work on it. The students work alongside alumni members to make the repairs. It has been a great learning experience for the students. These tractor restoration projects have provided the students with a great hands-on learning experience outside of the classroom walls. The students had the opportunity to work with experienced adults which created a great learning environment for everyone involved. We also had a mechanical engineering student from UW-Platteville working with us. The Farmall 1206 was purchased from a tractor jockey in Indiana, sight unseen. We were told it needed a clutch and TA, but everything else was good. Once the tractor arrived, we quickly learned that was not the case. It also needed a rear axle replaced because the one on it was from a newer tractor. The PTO wouldn’t work, and the head gasket leaked. The list of all the new and rebuilt parts goes on and on. Raffle tickets for the 1206 are $10 per ticket or 4 tickets for $35. Winning ticket will be drawn on October 8th at our annual toy show. Winner need not to be present to win, but winner is responsible for transporting/shipping the tractor home. To purchase tickets or for more information, please call 920-845-2240 or email us at 1206raffle@gmail.com View photos here: .http://s1243.photobucket.com/user/mcountrygrl/library/?view=recent