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Barn with IH equipment

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Visited my parent's place yesterday and went exploring checking out all of the IH stuff that is at their place.  (combination of my dad's and brother's stuff).  Funny how you sorta miss it when you don't live there and don't see it often, and you can't just go 100' to the barn to check it out whenever you want to..........

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Brother's 3 bottom genius

 

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Dad's 70

 

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Dad's Cub Cadet 125.  Lots of hours mowing with this.

 

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CC built 782

 

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Dad's 10-20

 

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This doesn't count.  It's normally at our family farm.  Dad was doing some work to it and then he had it painted.  Grandpa bought two tractors in his lifetime- this and the H my dad owns (behind it.)  Come to think about it this may be the first time in a long while these two tractors are together again.

 

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My brother's Hs outside.  It was raining.  

 

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Dad's pull behind mower.

 

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Dad's IH fridge. (works.) Towed this home in the bed of my S10 from a Church rummage sale.  It standing up against the back window still made the truck ride dirty.

 

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Cornhusker 3 point on the back of Dad's H.

 

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Brother's H.  Went to Baroda MI to get that loader.  Fun trip.

 

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POV from Dad's H

 

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Buried under there is Dad's Little genius (2 bottom) plow.

 

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Dad's sickle mower

 

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Seat from Dad's SWD9

 

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POV of Dad's SWD9

 

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Dads SWD9

 

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Dad's gas W9.

 

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Dad's W9

 

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Dad's 9 side by side.  They're under there...

 

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My brother's H.  Looks good in the rain.  

 

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Dad's H complete with windbreaker.  

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

 

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Pretty neat stuff there, like the H with the heat houser. Don't see that everyday. Are those Allstate mopeds in the picture with the 70?

Dennis

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No, those are Honda 90s

 

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Just now, drglinski said:

No, those are Honda 90s

 

;)  we were only allowed to have  50s and 1 road gear 70  :( and the %^$^% helmets  only needed once,BC ANY damage meant   as^&K %&  then work 2x to pay for repairs or gone     better than walking

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Thanks for sharing , nice 70 4 bottom , really cool refrigerator , 

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Thanks, good pictures.

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Thanks.  Dad bought the 70 to pull behind his gas 9.  He didn't use it that I remember...only used the W9 to pull neighborhood kids on hay rides occasionally.  The Super he got from a guy that broke the head and parked it. Dad found a non-cracked head in a junk yard and I helped get 'er going.  I always thought it was fun when it a) switched to diesel (cuz Dad always bottomed the throttle out) and then shut the ignition off and it kept on running.  I remember it like it was yesterday.

 

When I was a pre teen Dad used the (gas) 9 and the field mower to mow a field for $$ on the side.  Mom took me in the car once to see Dad mowing.  He needed a special PTO slip clutch on it so when the tractor clutch was engaged with the mower going it wouldn't continue to drive the tractor forward.  

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Memories

They can't be taxed or taken away from you.

Thanks for sharing.

 

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I like that Cornhusker hitch on the H. It would have been nice if they had made them for the Cs, have a cylinder on the hitch instead of two rods.

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I have a heat houser like the one on the H, and the one i have has a top cover with it. I think my farther in law purchase it from the dealer. 

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The farm (where dad grew up) is located on a single wide dead end road with a drainage ditch going across it....often in the winter the snow would drift over the road where that ditch is and would snow them in.  Since the county left their street as a last priority (if at all) it was up to them to clear it.  Dad's solution was a cornhusker 3 pt on his H, and a 3 pt 6' Freeman blade.  Single action cylinders plumbed into the hydraulics through one line under the seat, around the steering column and down the left side.  Although it has remotes, they do not run the 3 pt.  There is a valve to shut off the 3 pt to utilize the remotes.  To this day the windbreaker (he's got two) stays on b/c the tractor is only used in the winter to clear off the drive.  

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man thats a treasure trove of IH stuff!

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