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  2. bitty

    Never seen one of these before!

    That was at whitneyville ? Must have been the old home days? I have never been able to get there because I am too busy working at that time of the year
  3. wild one

    Getting ready to leave.

    Saw your group go by the home farm this morning about 9 AM. Seems to be a popular route anymore.
  4. IHRunner

    Never seen one of these before!

    Doesnt matter. Gimme a go pro and a dirt hill. Ima Bobby Knievel that IH GoKart Its soooo friggin cool. The lo lo boy.
  5. TP from Central PA

    The right green

    283 that was in this wasn't too bad, but the 310 was nothing but a colossal ship wreck........if they were going to build a 310 cube engine, they should have had the Russian KGB agents steal some IH 310 plans from the krauts so they could have had a starting point on something that was reliable!
  6. I have a Farmall BN that with low oil pressure issues once it gets warm. I'm planning to drop oil pan and check main and rod bearing clearance using plastigage this weekend. Anyone know know what the spec(s) is on the bearing clearance? Planning to check the spring in oil pump to make sure it is ok. I have a new oil pressure gage that will be installed before the pan is dropped. Thanks for any help
  7. Takn4aFool

    This photo will take some of you back in time.

    that style of Hurst shifer....did you have to push it down to get into reverse? i had a close ratio Hurst Super shifter that you had to push down to get it to go over where reverse was...by close ratio i mean it only moved about 3 inches from 1st to 2nd and very little side movement
  8. iowaboy1965

    This photo will take some of you back in time.

    We were using my buddies older brothers cast off 8 tracks in the early 80s till we updated to cassette........
  9. dale560

    In frame cam bearings 5488

    Haven’t done it but pullers are available to remove rear bearings. They do it on big cummins all the time.
  10. iowaboy1965

    Never seen one of these before!

    🤔
  11. hobbyfarm

    So ya think you can run a bobcat?

    I stand corrected. I assumed it was modified. That guy just has unbelieveable skill. Pretty neat.
  12. Eric V Bielke

    Never seen one of these before!

    That tractor gets around------Last fall it was in Whitneyville, Pa. I think I seen it in some of the pics taken at RPRU in Alabama.
  13. mmi

    300 farmall 2pt.

    2x try to source IH parts china AM stuff is $$$ and/or does not work any better top link travel is going to be an issue with most and implements not much more weight/size than cat 1,
  14. oldtanker

    This photo will take some of you back in time.

    What I notices was the clock with hands! They were still selling cars with 8 tracks when CB's were popular. Lot of folks were slow to change over cause they had all their music on 8 track! Rick
  15. IH Forever

    A Costly Mistake....

    I agree with you 100% and think you did the right thing. Now to show another side of the story. Where I work we send out statements at the beginning of the month due on the 30th, so if you get fuel at the beginning of the month you have almost 2 months before it is due. I am amazed at how many farmers will send it in months late and refuse to pay a finance charge.
  16. 1586 Jeff

    Never seen one of these before!

    You. Are. Sick. And I presume that you are talking about jumping that OVER something? Will that really get enough air? The landing IS going to be rough. The wheelpants and fenders might not survive........
  17. BillOHIO

    New joke

    LOL !! That is a good one !
  18. oldtanker

    A Costly Mistake....

    You may be surprised, then again you may be right. Ain't that the truth! Rick
  19. dale560

    715 & 815 Threshing abilities

    If you could get auto height to work it would be awesome. Around here soybeans are our easiest crop to combine so you should be able to do 30 to 40 acres of nice soybeans a day. Nothing hard to work on on them have had everything on one apart over the years. A 915 with straight pipe under load is a sound to itself at night combining away from you.
  20. gafarm49

    Ih building

    That's awesome! You didn't buzz my daddy on his f-20 did you? Haha
  21. Plowboy55

    A Costly Mistake....

    I agree if I am not treated right, I will move my business to someone who will treat me better!
  22. ArkLa 1086

    715 & 815 Threshing abilities

    Reason I asked is I'm gonna need a combine next couple years (waiting to get shed built first) and won't do more than about 80-85 acres of soybeans and the 15's are dirt cheap. I know everyone says go Axial flows but with what little I need it for I didn't know if it would be worth it for the extra purchase price and cost of shipping for an axial versus getting a 15 series myself with my gooseneck trailer.
  23. jass1660

    Ford Tractor Carburetor

    Get some E-85 and let it soak.
  24. jass1660

    Getting ready to leave.

    Didn’t know they had inter coolers...
  25. dale560

    715 & 815 Threshing abilities

    The 715 was cheap and small size the other 2 were more expensive. I know dad’s 1460 sold new for around 50,000 in 1978 he paid around 48,000 with trade in 1981. So a late 915 had to be around 45,000 at the model end. The 15 series are actually very good combines but a few quirks. The side mount fan on 8 ,915 can give problems if belts or sheaves are worn. The shaker grain pan is stepped so it needs to be cleaned of dirt or caked on seeds every so often. The rear mount enginebut offset cab is quirky but quiet. A 915 would run a 22 ft straight head really nice in 30 bpa wheat or 25 ft swaths. 815 was 18 to 20 ft machine. We ran ihc for years and even custom combined with 915. They were not all that bad to work on either about 2 hours to change any belt on machine. The guy I just sold our junk 1480s to was asking for 915s and dad has one parked rotting away in shed. The 915 ran same sieve, elevator chains, trans ,final drives as early 1460 so a few parts shared.
  26. Jass beat me to it. But ...... she is right it is hot up there! And for almost 2 weeks. Daytime on one side of the moon lasts about 13 and a half days, followed by 13 and a half nights of darkness. When sunlight hits the moon's surface, the temperature can reach 260 degrees Fahrenheit (127 degrees Celsius). When the sun goes down, temperatures can dip to minus 280 F (minus 173 C).Oct 27, 2017 Bread??
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