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  1. 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
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  2. I’ve held off starting this topic untill I was further along with the OS6 restoration because I knew it was going to take me a while. Now that the temps are in the single and headed for negative digits it seems like a good time. So this all started in July of 2015. After some casual conversations with my uncles, we were fairly sure we knew the location of the third of my Grandfathers McCormick orchard tractors. They were already fortunate enough to have two of them back. A few phone calls and some leg work and I met up with the owner. He confirmed the location where he purchased the tractor an
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  3. My most favorite tractors are of course red. 560, 656 and the 2+2's. But my most favorite non-red tractor would have to be a Ford Commander 6000. l've never driven one or even been around one, but l have always liked the looks of them, especially a LP model like this one. And yeah l know the transmission was supposed to be a POS.
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  4. You haven't met my Mil. Bout as bad of cool and lazy as it gets...your right ak. The thought of it has worn me thin... I'm not as bad as some on this forum cough mto cough.
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  5. 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
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  6. Alright everyone its been a little while since the last update. Still making progress on the rear fenders however, I am going to have to call them good enough. Kind of feel like I'm admitting defeat on them, but in all honesty they were in bad shape (silently hoping a set would turn up) when I started. All of the little expansion bubbles caused by the rust between the fender shell and supports are going to be visible. I tried hammering and shrinking them but they are beyond both methods. The only way I can figure truly fix them wold be to cut the supports off, cut out the three strips of the
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  7. Nice looking , it's a working master piece .
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  8. I knew a bloke bought an AOS6, for a carton of beer. Took the head off and behold number 1 was broken and had gouged the liner. Couldn't pull the liner out for any love or violence so shrugged and said "we'll weld it up and re-hone it" and he did. It smoked a little bit of oil but ran fine for years until he gave it away.
    1 point
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