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Got the 806 done

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Looking good!!!

jerry

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Nothing wrong with that!  Looks classy. 

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Nice tractor. One of the best looking model they made.

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Nice job.looks great on snow.

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That looks great , nice job !!

Danny 

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Looks awesome!

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looks great!

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Nice 806,  Looks like you had a good tractor to start with.

So I have to ask, 

From the pictures it would seam you removed the rear wheels with out having to take each individual locking block off.

I guess I did not know that was possible. 

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Looks great.

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26 minutes ago, lorenzo said:

Nice 806,  Looks like you had a good tractor to start with.

So I have to ask, 

From the pictures it would seam you removed the rear wheels with out having to take each individual locking block off.

I guess I did not know that was possible. 

I took them all off to remove the rim then put them back on to paint them  

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She looks terrific!!

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Very nice.

I had an 806 that is a twin to yours, back in the mid 70s.

One of the tractors that I wish I could have kept.

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Good lookin 806!  Nice job

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      Nice Job ! Looks tremendous.

        Tony

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AH man, you took the "special dim" lights off the hoods...:P   Curious now.  Was there a sn break on the 806 where they went from the lights on the hoods, to the flat top fenders w/lights? Or are you going "non-OEM!"   Also, how did you fill the hole in on the hoods?  

Seriously, that is one beautiful 806.  Always been my favorite IH.

 

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Nice work! Looks very nice!

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