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    The little Ford dump truck is a one owner truck.
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    That's it for trucks.
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    I can remember that movie when it was new and watching it with Grandpa. The best part is where the ramcharger comes out of the dirt.
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    Saw this old girl stopped after working a field near leslie michigan the other day. I always liked the way these looked. Even had a 3 point!! Chris
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    I've found pieces of chains, discs, pto parts, long list. Actually look forward to see what will be next. I once rented a farm that had been owned by a guy that raised beef cows and fed round bales of hay. There is not much that can be worse than plastic round baler twine plugging up your field cultivator. Cuss, Cuss, Swear, Swear double.
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    It's nice seeing pics of ih tractors, but its awesome seeing em out in the field, let's post pics of your old rigs working, as soon as the fields are dry I will, for now here is a pic of me on the 1456 before it was mine and I was just dreaming of owning it
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    If you come up here to North Dakota on the sandy flat plains you will find arrow or spear heads.a friend of mine used to find them about 5 miles from our farm. He found a lot I think around a 1000 now. Brother found this about 30 miles away on land we used to farm. Real hilly about mile from the mouse or souris River here in North dakotaDakota. You still see Indian burial mounds out in some pastures here
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    1952 and 1945 H Farmalls , dad bought new.
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    T-shirts. It was buy 3 get the 4th free. Looked around and soon found the four I wanted. Snowman caught my attention first and drew me to the both. Then saw the sign. Movin' On and Rubber Duck made three. Then I noticed POW-MIA. No brainer there.
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    A Harley Biker is riding by the zoo in Washington, DC when he sees a little girl leaning into the lion's cage. Suddenly, the lion grabs her by the collar of her jacket and tries to pull her inside to slaughter her, under the eyes of her screaming parents. The biker jumps off his Harley, runs to the cage and hits the lion square on the nose with a powerful punch. Whimpering from the pain the lion jumps back letting go of the girl, and the biker brings the girl to her terrified parents, who thank him endlessly. A reporter has watched the whole event. The reporter addressing the Harley rider says, “Sir, this was the most gallant and bravest thing I've seen a man do in my whole life.” The Harley rider replies, “Why, it was nothing, really. The lion was behind bars. I just saw this little kid in danger, and acted as I felt right.” The reporter says, “Well, I'll make sure this won't go unnoticed. I'm a journalist, you know, and tomorrow's paper will have this story on the front page. So, what do you do for a living, and what political affiliation do you have?” The biker replies "I'm a U.S. Marine, a Republican and I’m voting for Trump." The journalist leaves. The following morning the biker buys the paper to see if it indeed brings news of his actions, and reads, on the front page: “U.S. MARINE ASSAULTS AFRICAN IMMIGRANT & STEALS HIS LUNCH” And THAT pretty much sums up the media's approach to the news these days!
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    Not in the field here yet. But since we all like pictures I share some older ones, have shared some of these before.
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    hello , 3 years ago we were round baling hay , bil lost his wallet then, looked a long time for it, this spring turkey hunter finds it and returns it to him, this was after the field had been plowed twice for corn. manure spread on it twice,
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    Not much work done around here yet. First picture is the one 1066 drilling new seeding. We have since put LED on it
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    I run across the usual broken equipment pieces that imagine we all find time to time. On my place it usually gives me a chuckle because my son & I are the 4th &5th generation here. So I usually imagine a bad day for my father, Grandfather or great grandfather accompanied by a good cussing fit when I pull up broken equipment pieces. I of course have added a few broken pieces myself along with the cussing fit as well. Still looking for the 24" Klein spud wrench I left laying on top of the Amco disc 3 years ago. I'm sure I'll find the pointed end in one of my rear tires one day. Then there will be another cussing fit.
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    Added photo of Farmall C in action with the thrasher , Me on the The”C” 67 years ago
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    Miscellaneous photos that just needed their own post. The dog was the first picture of the day. We knew right then and there it was gonna be a great day. And a hilarious side note. Wife wanted to see how close we could get to a eagle next in Manchester, Iowa. And it's one of those situations you can see it from the main road but it's hard to get there. Saw a guy riding his bicycle so we asked for some directions. He'd lived in that town 40 years and had no clue about the eagle nest. He laughed to. THE END.
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    Inexpensive "Zero Turn" for someone with a BIG yard?
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    Let's see what we all find this year. So far a chain link, steel loop, and some bracket. Always amazing what we get. Cant imagine what we dont find!
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    I know we can’t sell things on here. Feel free to remove if to close to an add. Thanks. A guy down the road from me has a 205 ? I think and a 303 combine. Both ran when parked. But you know how that goes. Feel sure engines are still ok. Would probably take scrap price. Would hate to see them melted but we can’t save them all don’t have pic of 205?
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    Local consignment auction today. Just listing the tractors. Bobcat 943 Perkins diesel $6,000 560 G WF loader good tires Fast Hitch $3,000 Ford 8N Good rear tires $1800 Non running Farmall H $550 Running Farmall H $650 Oliver open station 1800D $3000 JD 950 compact truff tires $3300 Kubota MX51000 loader $16000 154 Cub mower $2100 Ford 8N $1050 IH 460 utility loader $1600 AC WD NF $600 AC WD NF rear blade $800 David Brown 885 Loader $3000 MF 1085 Cab recent engine overhaul $6000 JD A $1450 Oliver 1555 G loader special with loader and grapple. $2400 MF 165 D $2850 BF Avery all new rubber $1400 Farmall C w/belly mower $1950 JD 8440 3 point (40% rubber) $11900 JD 5075M Loader open station $24000 JD 2240 Loader open station $9050 JD 6115 Cab $30250 Rick
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    Gold would be nice 👍🏿 shush ❗️
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    some of those rocks with holes in them might be native American grinding stones; holes were finger grips I have found a few like that in my life, mostly spotted from an FM cultivator. Chisel plowing, now that is when I dug up hitch pins, broken manure spreader parts, a pliers or two, broken chisel plow points (luckily before I ran over them with a rear tire)...
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    Rusty, what is mounted to the side of the 1456? Was that a loader frame or something else?
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    I've found alot but I've always wanted to find arrow or spear heads, I like to find the 2000+ year olds stuff, most arrowheads people find are acutely from an atel spear which was many thousands of years ago and most of the actual arrow heads are very tiny, an inch or smaller, if them arrow heads are stone and larger than an inch that they are most likely spear heads that could have hit a breed of buffalo that is extinct now
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    My grandpa found 2 Indian arrow heads in our cattle yard years ago. Beens this was the last stop between Sioux City Iowa and Cherokee IA as a path I always wondered what else could be found.
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    We always would get fence staples , horse harness evener links or drill packing chain stuck onto the 620 drill discs
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    You can also put a vacuum on the trans fill well you split it it will hold oil in that way to I see a lot of the seal housings loose on the block
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    Beiwers is online, Jim Kraft doesn't have a website but is well known in the area has an IH parts guy, he wont care.
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    Looks like fun!!!
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    Had one of those Brents 20 years ago, Never could get it to level out very good. I thought the happiest day of my life was trading it for a Deere 512. however, I was wrong cause the happiest day of my life was getting rid of the Deere POS after a few years for a CIH Disk ripper. Now I have something worth keeping.
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    Had to fix a hitch on a nh3 tank I bent last year. I flipped this one over winching it to the air seeder. It rolled onto hitch and bent it in a U. Cut out the bad parts welded in square tube where the light u channel bent and good to go. I had a couple tanks that were showing rust so I quickly rolled a fresh coat of white on. TSC White with hardener and roll it on . I trued to save the decals as much I could. The tanks need to be blasted and painted but that will wait. They get picky about tanks not being white and decals here. We have had our tanks inspected before in the tank station. A list of things that need date codes stickers paint and owner info need to be on tank besides safety equipments a before and after of one tank. Took an hour to give both tanks 3 coats and 3/4 gal paint. it needs a couple new stickers. Plus picture of the trusty welder it replaced a Lincoln tombstone.
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    You mean the gone before your kids get up and home in time to put them to bed, why do you charge so much? And other annoying questions. "Experts" aka customers, telling you how to do your job." Lunch is driving between jobs does not appeal to everyone?
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    Jeff Foreman found me a nice fender radio last year and i finally installed it. Seems in cab tractors radios fit and sound better on the dash cowling.
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    I had to go look it back up. Its Kirkpatrick farm in IN, article about their line up in IH Farm, planning ed 1971. Their cab 1456 in the pic is a gold demo. Last i heard they are still looking for it.
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    Awesome lineup! Who is Kilpatrick Farms? Looks like a magazine shoot photo.
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    I had the custom built toy sitting on my shelf already knowing one day that one would be sitting in my barn.
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    I'm pretty sure you are correct. Think they were called a deluxe precleaner. A pic of dads without the deluxe precleaner
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    5100hrs, still has factory muffler. Wish it still had original red alternator. Needs a cab kit. That will be a 1st for me to put in. Good wash, buff and wax should really make it shine.
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    Ill put the duals back on but room is getting tight. What still blows my mind is a few guys in the Mid west backed out of buying it all because it didnt have a 3pt......i heard one woke up and came back and tried buying it but too late.
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    Nice buy. Put a narrow front on it and double your money selling the wide front
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    I always wondered how that works wrapping on the go? around here most are put in the long tubes or a few are wrapped individually didn't know that they cost that much either , we were thinking about a better round baler, notice I said better and not new? was probably going to go with a new Holland 740 ot 7060, lots sitting around, but now are state has experienced such a devastating winterkill I doubt there will be much of a need for baling this year, not to many guys in dairy around here needed that to happen on top of the current price situation, alfalfa and the other hay crops are depended on very heavily to feed our animals was always our one advantage we seemed to have over the years.
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    Is there really much of a demand for IH stamped bolts? I know of a place that use to strip down IH's and the bolts were usually left laying in the dirt.
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