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  1. 6 points
    Local menonite guy blasted and painted it for us.
  2. 5 points
    Why does a International have GREEN fenders?
  3. 5 points
    When I got up this morning there was a double brested split tailed mattress thrasher laying next to me. Those are easy to recognize.
  4. 4 points
    this was their spring field trip. these children are all home schooled very well behaved and asked very intelligent questions . they learned all about Cyrus McCormick and International Harvester. I was blown away , most knew that a piece of Alaska pipeline that AKWelder gave me in shape of Alaska , was Alaska when I held it up. They wanted to touch the brick from the Farmall plant that Danny gave me we also talked of the history of JD , Case, moline, Ford had one Mother transplant from Iowa and another from Missouri , with many interesting comments this is what I hope to do with my collection as I get older , bring young students through and do my part to explain , " The Golden Age of Agriculture". tony
  5. 4 points
    Not sure, but I believe it's a few steps down from a faceplant.
  6. 4 points
    > > A GUY GOES INTO A BAR IN NEW YORK WHERE ALL THE BARTENDERS ARE ROBOTS: > > THE GUY SITS DOWN AT THE BAR AND THE ROBOT ASKS: > WHAT WILL YOU HAVE? > > THE GUY REPLIES, WHISKEY. > THE ROBOT BRINGS BACK HIS DRINK AND ASKS, WHAT’S YOUR IQ? > > THE GUY SAYS, 168 > > THE ROBOT TALKS ABOUT PHYSICS, SPACE EXPLORATION, AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. > > AFTER THE GUY LEAVES, HE PAUSES AT THE STREET CORNER AND THINKS ABOUT WHAT HE JUST ENCOUNTERED, > AND THE MORE HE THINKS ABOUT IT THE MORE CURIOUS HE GETS, SO HE DECIDES TO GO BACK. > > THE ROBOT ASKS, WHAT’S YOUR DRINK? > > THE GUY ANSWERS, WHISKEY. > > THE ROBOT RETURNS WITH HIS DRINK AND ASKS, WHAT’S YOUR IQ? > > THIS TIME THE MAN REPLIES, 100. > > THE ROBOT TALKS ABOUT NASCAR, BUDWEISER, LSU AND ALL-STAR WRESTLING. > > THE MAN FINISHES HIS DRINK, LEAVES, BUT IS STILL SO VERY INTERESTED IN THIS EXPERIMENT THAT HE DECIDES HE'LL TRY ONCE AGAIN. > > HE ENTERS THE BAR AND, AS USUAL, THE ROBOT ASKS HIM WHAT HE WANTS TO DRINK. > > THE MAN REPLIES, WHISKEY. > > THE ROBOT BRINGS THE DRINK AND ASKS, WHAT’S YOUR IQ? > > THIS TIME THE MAN ANSWERS, 50. > > THE ROBOT LEANS IN REAL CLOSE AND SLOWLY ASKS, > > "SO, ARE YOU PEOPLE STILL UNHAPPY THAT HILLARY LOST?”
  7. 3 points
    Have another calf shelter built and ready sitting in the yard..... when she asks what that is for you just say that Jesus was born in a manger so surely you can sleep in one for a few nights
  8. 3 points
    Sorry I have not posted many finished pic's of the Binder. Been driving it a little , more , Been to Car Show on April 14/18 recieved a plaque. love driving it 345 is zippy , my big complaint is no power steering . Those wide tired and lowered frame is not conducive to easy steering when moving slowly . On street it perfect holds the road and steers good tony
  9. 3 points
    Oh, that is SO wrong! My poor eyes! 🤤
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  11. 3 points
    OK, I lean to the conservative side. I also spent 20 years on active military service. If anyone on here hates communism/socialism more than I do I haven't talked to them yet. That being said: I also like honesty. Now some people like to yell about the news media and I myself get frustrated with the extremely biased liberal media. I don't need them trying to influence my thinking. Report the darned news and let me figure out which side I'm on! But that works both ways. Any news agency that slants the news to further their agenda should not be allowed to frost themselves off as being news NO MATTER WHICH SIDE THEY ARE ON! Rick
  12. 3 points
    You’re still young yet! Wait to you get to be my age (52) you’ll need to take a nap on a daily basis.
  13. 3 points
    People in general seem to have forgotten the "think one step ahead" thought process. no one think's "What will happen if do that" before doing something resulting in situations like your neighbour. I am sure its the only reason i still have all ten digits... i think before i act. Thinking before speaking... That's a topic for another day.
  14. 3 points
    Mo pow-wa!. 1256s were being turned up to 200hp+ and rear axles were snapping and IH said no to another 560 issue all over again. 66s were already on drawing board with the 400 series engines but a new platform was needed for larger models so the 1456 bared the heavier rear end that the 1466 shared. IH knew it needed more than just heavier rear end and went from front to back beefing up to come out with 1456. 1256 will hold its own but 1456 is just bigger, badder stronger. Similar to a chevy k20 vs k30. JD 4520 was out there self destructing but 4620 was around the corner. 1256s are good tractors but will never be as sought after or bring as much as a similar 1456 will. Both 1256 and 1456 were only made for 2 years but they made a mark thats lasted for 50+.
  15. 3 points
    New record on t post after laying out 52 t posts in 23 minutes... Also the look on the parts guys face when you ask for a spark plug...they ask what's it in and you say t post driver....
  16. 3 points
  17. 3 points
    Haulin' chickens on a flatbed outta Wiggins
  18. 2 points
    after looking for a good used pickup with long box and extended cab without 200k miles, at a reasonable price..... I found this new 2017 Silverado at a nearby Chevy dealer. first and probably last brand new vehicle we have ever owned. Red Power, here we come! I brought my 504 home from the TOYS museum last night with it.
  19. 2 points
    My favorite tractor brand other than ih would have to be FARMAL! Thx-Ace
  20. 2 points
    Thx guys! Building a gold tractor collection as a tribute to the golden era to grow up
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  22. 2 points
    e-Crack for millennials
  23. 2 points
    I should probably stay out of this but I am a slow learner. The gear drive tractor oil level is checked with the engine shut off. You cannot get an accurate reading with the engine running because the range transmission constant mesh gears are spinning when speed transmission is in gear , clutch is engaged and engine is running. On a hydrostatic drive tractor , be it large or small frame, the range transmission gears are stationery until the speed ratio lever is either in forward or reverse. When either drive tractor is shut down, the oil in all housings seek one level. The hydrostatic drive tractors will show way over full if filled to proper level when engine is shut off. When the engine is started, the hydrostatic drive housing fills nearly completely to the top and this lowers the oil level in the range transmission housing considerably and when shut down, that oil slowly drains back into range transmission and rear seeking own level again. Overfilling most of these tractors will not harm anything. It does tend to cover the center split o-ring along with the rear main suction tube. It seems to help reduce cavitation in those areas, but I think it is way over rated. If you ever look into a rear while engine is running, that oil in the area of the rear hydraulic pump, which is where the suction tube is located, it is really getting aeriated due to the pump drive gear on pto shaft. It will be pretty frothy at high speeds. It is not a cure for leaking O-rings and seals, just another tool in the bucket to pin point a problem. Over filling also allows the ring gear and thus the pinion to get more lubrication due to splash which cannot hurt. And, like one poster said, probably gets more oil out to the land wheel with moldboard plowing. The best part of overfilling is it helps the oil companies and dealers sell more oil.
  24. 2 points
    ......would probably entice a few extra blokes from down under, also..... great idea ! Mike
  25. 2 points
    sighhhhhh although I had made reference to "downtown pagosa springs" at the time..... we actually have friends that moved to pagosa springs a couple years ago. I cautioned him at the time.... but seriously...... never mind.