Ruby Red

Ruby Red's IH Equipment at Work

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Picking Corn, 815 Diesel and 944 Head

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782X 2+2 with 735 Vari-width plow

Nice job of Plowing done

Small field, so used small snoopy and plow

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Great pics keep 'em coming!

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782X 2+2 with 735 Vari-width plow

Nice job of Plowing done

Small field, so used small snoopy and plow

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:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: - THATS NICE!

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That's the problem, We only Hobby Farm so we need to take our time and play so our jobs last longer, between our acre of garden and four more plots of dirt in the neighbourhood, we play on about 20 acres.

The 93 combines were build in 1962 till 1968, not 1963. 93's were available with both steering styles, Planetary Combines ended when 93 production ended.

That planetary steer was excellent, you could turn around on a dime and have change left over.

Car

your form of play looks very fun!

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350 farmall, 1 PR IH Picker Picker with 100 barge box picking somecobs for squirrels and birds

for winter

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why the turned in wheels Carl?

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234 mounted on 606 Farmall with 125Bu. grain box on IH wagon

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234 mounted on 606 Farmall with 125Bu. grain box on IH wagon

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The 350's wheels were turned in when we bought it. I prefer them out. Plan on giving her a fresh paint this summer and will remove them out.

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A day of play with the 315 and 227 corn head still a good working high capacity little machine

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Unloading bin into our grain wagons pulled by farmall 350

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Awesome equipment and photo's, thanks for posting!

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Bailing up Straw, 766D and 241 Round Baler

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Farmall Cub finishing up the garden plowing

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Farmall Cub finishing up the garden plowing

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Incredible pictures. It is like going back in time. I don't think I have ever seen an IH round baler before. Thank you.

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I shouldn't hijack Carls thread but heres my 2400 baler

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My own plow day with the 782X 2+2, 766 and 510 x 16", 766 and 540 x 16",504G with 535 x 16" and 350 farmall with

#60 x 14"

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Don't take very long to turn over 6 acres

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Look like a nice afternoon!

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Does your red cab 766 have a turbo on it?

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No turbo

Factory original

Naturally aspirated, the tractor is a late 1972, some one painted the cab red, before I got it. The Red Cab is getting rough and we found a very nice original white cab that will be going on soon.

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Maybe others know the story on the mini 2+2 but I don`t. Build yourself Ruby Red?

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The 2+2 we build from a 782 cadet with a blown engine, the second axle come from a parts 1650 cadet, the engine is a

Yanmar 2 cyclinder diesel from a thermo king truck mount (reefer) refrigeration unit. The unit features Hydro Static

drive, Live PTO, Power Steering, full time four wheel drive, category 0, 3 point hitch, one auxilery valve, swinging

draw bar, bar axles with adjustable wheel spacing, am/fm IHC radio, full lighting system, day and night and hazard.

Was a 3 year project completed 10 years ago. The plow is a 1/2 scale working replica of the 735 Vari-

Width, 6-8-10-12" of cut per furrow

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Spreading fertilizer with #7 spreader and 350 Farmall

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