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  1. Happy Easter, Hope everyone has a joyful blessed day celebrating Jesus victory over death.
    23 points
  2. He is risen indeed ! Happy Easter to all
    13 points
  3. Worked this morning. Then changed oil in my 5288. Rolled some flat Iowa ground to seed oats and rolled the oats in. The BIL came back from working oats ground and went back at the NH3. Dad was on the 686 seeding the oats. Even tied up a couple of the fair animals on the nice day. Happy Easter all.
    11 points
  4. He is risen indeed!
    8 points
  5. Going to spend the afternoon with close family. Have to work this morning until 1.
    8 points
  6. Happy Easter to everyone.Jesus gives us hope in this crazy world.
    8 points
  7. Well yet another week has flown by. Hope y'all have a great Easter! Our tractor of the week, yes I went to a different title to better fit, is the 1566. Please share your 1566's with us. The picture is ours, her name is Cruella. She is not pretty yet, but is a work in progress and not a high priority on our list at the moment. She is a little unique, she sports a 467 under the hood and has a four speed instead of a three. 20.8's on 20 inch wide rims, seven sets rear weights, and 18.4 x 16.1 fronts. Lets see yours y'all!
    7 points
  8. He is risen indeed ! And seated at the right hand of the Father. Today is the day of salvation.
    7 points
  9. He has risen indeed. May the Lord bless you and your family.
    7 points
  10. I am going t spend my day with friends and family and reflect on what Jesus has done for us all.
    7 points
  11. Friday we got our 180 pounds of potatoes planted. We still use the old planter I made 35 years ago. Other people have borrowed it to plant their spuds with as well. A few pix of it and of course one of the job inspector making sure everything is up to par. lol! Any of you guys do gardens?
    6 points
  12. He is risen indeed! Just got back from an outside service and Easter lunch.
    6 points
  13. Had 6 rigs today. 4 IH! Plowed about 50 acres. We had a great time together as always and started plans for this fall!
    6 points
  14. A blessed Easter to all.
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  15. Indeed he has risen. A victory over death and has givin us a reason to look forward to and helps us thru each and every day when we turn to him. Happy Easter all and may each one have a blessed and safe day.
    6 points
  16. Thanks, Enjoy this Blessed Day of Celebration With Your Family!! "Happy Easter Neighbors"!!
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  17. He is risen indeed!!!!
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  18. He is risen indeed! Happy Easter to everyone and Thank you, Jesus!
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  19. Death is defeated, He is risen indeed. Amen!
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  20. He is risen indeed! Happy Easter everyone!
    5 points
  21. The new motor is waiting to get installed , the weather is way ahead of schedule for spring so I’m just finishing up my Caterpillar with service work and parts repair . Nor sure if I will get it in until after spring dirt work . Not to worry I will get it going and it will be out on the jobs by fall . Here are pictures of the hard bar bearing replacement ? I replaced all the bearings in all the angle cylinders, tilt cylinder , both ends of the hard bar , all the fluids and filters in the entire machine . Danny
    5 points
  22. We finally drove the ol girl out of the shop! Still have mirrors to put on, weights and hubs to paint, a few other little things, but its operational!
    5 points
  23. BIL mom passed away 2 months ago, had heart problems much of her life. Tested twice a day for covid in the hospital always negative. BIL gets a call this week from funeral home says he can be reimbursed up to $9000 for funeral expenses because covid is on the death certificate. My wife is in home health care and knows of at least 3 patients with similar stories from last year. Do I believe covid is real? Yes. Do I believe the numbers? No. My oldest will turn 16 in November, is there any way I'll have him vaccinated, he!! No. Maybe in 5-10 years after we know of any side effects. I think what Fauci [ I have another name for him I won't print] has done to the country is criminal. He's a medical doctor shouldn't he look at the whole picture and see how the fear and shut downs have effected people psychologically and financially. We adopted a little boy from Korea whose 12 now and he asked us for some counseling several months ago but says he's okay now since our school has gone back to 4 days a week. This country is going to pay for the last year for a long time.
    4 points
  24. I ran Low 2 dd. I did make some passes in low 3 t/a and dd. Low 3 t/a was no problem at all it just rolled. Low 3 dd could be a load in tough spots but it would have done it. I ran in low 2 dd because it was the pace of most of the other tractors.
    3 points
  25. Aww she had her hands full with that lot.
    3 points
  26. How simple it could be
    3 points
  27. Addi turns 4 in a week and Grandpa turns 90 in June. she was looking to see where his hair went ?
    3 points
  28. Make sure you release him in a nice residential area so they may enjoy the wildlife.?
    3 points
  29. 4/2/21 Engine was balance and final assembly . working on doors , window regulators , latches etc , window wing frames were removed for polishing , getting cab ready for paint. tony
    3 points
  30. She’s just an old working girl. Got her cleaned up for maintenance.
    2 points
  31. Bought this back in 2012 when I was big into "fix em up" projects. Put a new TA, clutch, axle bearings PTO and resealed everything. Then with a serious relationship and other paying work it sat. Finished it up during covid and got the cab all nice getting everything working electrically along with heat and AC and interior. Still needs a few issues addressed such as crap in the fuel tank, seat suspension needs an accumulator, paint and it dynos a bit weak at 140hp (guessing inj pump needs some help due to shitty fuel in tank). Of course needs paint but paint dont make er run. Lots of hate on 15's but it's cheap HP
    2 points
  32. Thanks Jesus ?❤
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  33. The fact that "other people" have borrowed it, and it still works, IS amazing. Simplicity does NOT matter, when "someone" else borrows something.
    2 points
  34. I was around potato trucks also here in North Dakota and know exactly what you describe how they were assembled. When you drove down in the valley as the call the area around grand forks, Fargo, farmers used to have two boxes for all their trucks. A grain dump body and a belt or chain unload rear dump. They would have racks out in farm yard to support what body was changed out. The weirdest combo I came across was an old freight liner stretched with a 13 speed then an add on heavy auxiliary 4 speed. My potato buddy who passed away got into the practice of sort and grade on the digger and would fill the dollied transport trailers right along the digger. Two 7520 jd and two 3306 series 3 Steiger pulling trailers
    2 points
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  36. Might be different if it had FWA, but anything bigger than the 5288-1586 you just can't get the power to the ground with 2wd. Remember dad's 6030. Ran out of traction way before the engine noticed any load.
    2 points
  37. Went to dads today to get the 4-14 I bought a few years ago forgot how long no it was brought this 7-10 dump trailer thinking it would fit. Well it fit just barley
    2 points
  38. 4/3/21 I had been dealing with some oil drips under machine coming from engine . I was reasonably sure it was coming from oil filter base but I also was sick thinking it could be oil pan which would require lifting engine. Yesterday drained oil changed out old base which was type with tube up center and replace from my newer donor engine the new style filter base that threads in center and no oil stick up center . this morning filled with oil and new style filter and ran it about half hour and thank God it ended all leaks ! I dodged the bullet of not having to raise engine . Finally a great lucky break . Lol tony
    2 points
  39. Got one driving out of the shop
    2 points
  40. Brought $17,200. Doors were on it. Watch it being sold:
    2 points
  41. You must be a real dumb arse if by the time you buy your first hose you need instructions to use it
    2 points
  42. Farm has one factory open gear, one factory was cab hydro, brother has two factory open gears . We have two 706 between the farms gas and brothers 282 that we will put on also. I want a spare or I will need for something else again
    2 points
  43. Roger, I'm wondering if this guy has figured out how to get oxygen out of his water and make hydrogen, to fire his Case steam engine? Our Case is a "hybrid" using steam and hydrogen, only with just one spark plug, it sounds like a John Deere tractor running. Here's a 110 hp Case that has more problems than poor spark. It's fallen down on the rear hitch frame that holds the water Tank. It has little to do with "110 hp" I think but here's a 110 hp Best engine that fell through a little bridge. Here's a horse pulled shock (stook in Canada) or bundle loader at work during harvest. I took this photo of the Tyler's shock loader near Moore (Eddies Corner), Montana in the 1950s. I remember Dad saying, "We had one of them too." This is a McCormick Binder being pulled by horses and the younger generation is shocking. This is a 1924 John Deere "Spoker D" pulling (likely?) a John Deere binder with an "automatic shocker." The farmers preferred shocking by hand, so they could put the top bundle "cap" on the shock (stook in Canada). This 8-16 IHC Mogul is pulling 2 McCormick Binders with automatic shockers. (stookers in Canada) I still like photos of farmers binding with horses. Getting to stare at the south end of those horses headed north all day produced some extra-curricular noises as their hay and oats was being digested. I thought this was a neat photo of two men pitching bundles into a Case threshing machine's wing feeders. They're "stack threshing" too. This is a "carousel" horse power unit turning a threshing machine, stack threshing. Here's an 8-16 IHC Mogul tractor pulling something in corn country! I don't know what this machine is, unless it is for corn country, that this 15 hp M. Rumely steam engine is pulling? A Titan, I think, but I can't remember the nomenclature? Roger will "spit it out." EDIT: I SAID, ROGER WILL SPIT IT "OUT" AND HE DID. HE TOLD ME THIS IS A 12-25 IHC MOGUL, AN OPPOSED TWO CYLINDER TRACTOR. VERY RARE! Here are some black gentlemen making firewood with their F-20 IHC tractor. And Roger will know the horsepower of this Rumely Oilpull pulling a threshing machine too. And I thought this was a neat photo of a Model T Ford Touring car breaking sod with a walking plow. This is a farmer and his wife with their Model TT Ford hauling hay. Here is a father and son with his new 1947 IHC K-model pickup. I always thought the 650 McCormick International Diesel was one neat tractor. I need the help of you IH Combine aficionados. My Uncle Fritz had a 127 SP that had the engine up above. I used to combine with Uncle Bill's 141 IH when he went home to milk cows. This engine and gas tank above combine has this 'old binder guy' confused. Farmers aren't the only ones who can cobble, or conjoin equipment to keep it going. These loggers have mounted a Buffalo Pitts steam traction engine aboard a Shay steam locomotive. Aren't short pipes called "nipples"? This nipple was going into Boulder, and later renamed Hoover Dam. Those Caterpillars shouldn't have much trouble delivering it? This is a Firestone Tire display someone put together at their tire shop years ago. I took this photo Thursday at Silver Creek. There is an IH Farmall M in the photo (An IH Tractor on a Montana Farm), with the Reeves and Case steam engines. I'm getting itchy to pull them outside again, but we can't get in too much of a hurry here in Montana. This was out our kitchen window March 30th! Gary?
    2 points
  44. Nichols and Shepherd occasionally comes up in this thread. I was out in the pasture yesterday and shot some video on and around the old Red River Special while checking on the cattle and the grass..
    2 points
  45. So your saying I'm "talkin crap"? OK, I respect your position. Now here's mine According to my wife, I was very polite to the girl, kept my cool. This is not the new normal. I will not sit here and take this BS. Stick your head in the sand, accept it, follow the lemmings over the cliff, whatever. I ain't made that way. Someone has to start speaking up and calling it out. Got my cows fed, fought two fires and I still got my fuel hauled while the damn people who are makin these damn rules are safe in bed. I'm out before I start getting pissed.
    2 points
  46. J Mech , you just don’t get it do you , another simple question and you always have to turn everything into your the only guy that knows how to fix IH tractors ? after a few days ago with you calling people out about how smart you are it very clear who you really !! Ever cross your mind that there are some people on here trying to help people with out your smart a$$ response !! Hey , maybe you can hook a hose on where you remove that plug and run it in a pail ? ‘Danny
    2 points
  47. Can get a CDL med. cert. from a chiropractor here for less money than going to a doctor.
    2 points
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