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  1. Not normally my style but since Mumford and Sons was mentioned I really like this one. I like this better than “The Boss” doing the original.
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  2. Scopey scope....please come in soon. I need you.
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  3. Hey Guys, I don't own any dogs but, can I still join this thread?
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  5. Tactical levergun? Say it ain't so. Better be a Remlin.
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  6. Lol Emma looks like she swallowed an apple .
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  7. Just thought I would throw this up here. Made it a bunch of years ago, 3/16" 1x1" squares welded on chain for added "scratching" ability When the weather warms up and the cows (and calves) are trying to shed winter hair they come to this. Keeps them off the fences.
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  8. If you can love and appreciate dogs, we have something in common, you are instantly my friend. PS, you don't have to own one to like 'em?
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  9. Finished. And loaded only took a extra 5 hours to do the estimated 4 hours to finish and load.
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  10. Marcus Mumford (Punch Brothers, too) cover Bob Dylan's "Farewell"
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  11. LOL I never set out to really collect 86 series tractors.... But here I am killing it. So I got that going for me!
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  12. Lots of guys collect the older stuff. Nice to see someone collecting the 86 series. ?
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  13. Had tbis sang at my Moms Funeral on this day in 1998 and again at my Dads funeral in April of 2008
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  14. Sorry mr marlin. You needed to be more useful to me.
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  15. YES! One of the least likely threads on RPF to get bogged down in pissing matches, disagressays, and oneupmanship.
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  16. It is unusual to see the one on the right (560) in red and white paint as they ended that series about 1962. By then White was running the show and they sold Olivers painted yellow and badged Cockshutt up til the mid sixties when they went to red paint. Ad from 1963 here.
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  17. must be snow in the forecast for this dog.
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  18. My lab doesn’t quite know what to think of my brothers Springer, she’s been with us for a week, be here a week more.
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  19. I'll throw in another colour of red. Canadian built from the 1960s.
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  20. The first picture shows a “tub” Super W6. Looks original picture, as the second picture, the “frame rail” Super W6 appears to be altered. The buildings in the back ground, driver, plow look the same. The engine & front wheels are different. My favourite tractor, grew up around my late Grandfather’s SW6. Still have it today, it plows snow once & awhile.
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  21. The first & second model of any IH branded tractor to have the word “Wheatland” put on it!
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  22. The 650 brochure says property of Engineering dept of Oliver. Thought that is pretty cool.
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  23. When the number series came out, the “W” was left off for 3 months which caused issues at the dealerships. Owners would call in & say I got a 400. Which left part ordering a problem. Appears to same brochure, the W was drawn back. I have both real tractors in hedge row.
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  24. Enjoy it while you can. They grow up way to fast. Nice looking pup. Congrats.
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  27. LOL what a flattering shot? I hope that isn't her best side 'er end?
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  28. Got the bed cut down to is new length... 5 feet of cut is a challenge to get straight. Got it done and set close to in place... Thinking about ak welders idea to pivot it forward. Might lose some storage space but should be worth it for hill stability...
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  29. So why can the local sawmill load my trailer with a payloader and not touch the deck and lowes with a forklift scratches it every other time.... Got a open face shed to boild this next week.
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  30. I just got this from my Grandpa, needs a fair amount of work to keep her in the family. The injection pump is and RD and is leaking at the throttle shaft. In one picture you can see I took the primary/transfer pump off. The primer knob/gravity feed knob broke off. I had it repaired. I know the throttle shaft o rings can be repaired on the tractor. I have seen other posts, but not a procedure or a parts diagram. I called Precision Diesel in Red Oak Iowa and Rex recommend I at least find a parts diagram. I saw IHbrad had some procedure but I couldn’t message him for some reason. Any help would be great thanks!
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  31. Sent you a PM.
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  32. So when my grandpa bought this it had this set up on it... it looks some I’ve took combine parts and made some sort of air filter. He never cared he was pretty practical. They cut a huge hole in the hood and ran the pipe through it to that big air cleaner. I have since got a hood and the right air cleaner assembly which came off one with this exact set up, minus the combine parts. I know I have more pictures I just can’t find them in my 5000 pictures. Lol
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  33. Pretty straight ol 806. Got any more pics of the turbo setup? Looks like a cross between a M&W and homemade. Ill send Brad Twiss (IHBRAD) a message on facebook.
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  34. Cool that you’re going to keep your grandpa’ 806 running. here are the parts breakdown for the RD. In including the table of contents so if you need a few other pages I can get them. 70 page book so I’m not posting the entire thing. I would recommend getting a manual. They are pretty sensitive to dirt so be sure things are super clean when going back together. good luck.
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  35. I don’t know much about the RD pump, someone here will get you what you need, but that’s a good looking 806!! M&W turbo I see as well!! Maybe try post this question in the general IH section, might get more exposure.
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  36. Thank you, I did not have it listed. I have the next in line 13646 listed on auction in Iowa back in 2008 for 23,500.00 and serial 13648 in NC, on it's way to Canada.
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