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  1. (No explanation necessary)
    13 points
  2. Took second to a modifed G. In the farm stock 5500 class...
    6 points
  3. When they sang the national anthem, I didn't see one person who wasn't standing. Other than the song, you could have heard a pin drop. Wish I could have shared that with y'all.
    5 points
  4. I thought I'd seen all the different cabs that might be on an old IH, but I was wrong. I found an 806 on a consignment auction with a Westrum cab. There were backwards doors before the 86s. It's pretty rickety you can see it rock back and forth when you let the clutch out, will come off right away. On one pic of the cab you can see porcelain insulators and wire across the back of the cab, can't figure that out. The tractor seems to run well, has the R&D pump, hopefully just clean it up and put it to work, I guess the shift linkage is pretty sloppy, probably try to tighten that up. Got another one with a bad engine for parts, it will be donor read end for an 856.
    4 points
  5. Talked to the Son of the owner of IHC dealer from the time our second red power 1486 was sold new. He gave me the original buyers name. It was sold local in the area and moved 40 miles north and now back when we get it. He also told me the dealership got 2 red power 1486s in during the promotion. He bought one of them himself to farm with and the one we are getting was their second one. He also told me they were only 79 model year none were 80. The son is a bit older than me but probably was 18 when he bought that red power 1486 new. He was interested in the one we bought just because of the history. Will post more pics of our 2 bueaties when they are together.
    4 points
  6. Scrap it and buy schedule 40 plastic. Depends on your soil properties it will corrode slowly or faster
    3 points
  7. Have a good time. Take lots of pictures please
    3 points
  8. I rebuilt all the wood parts of my cider press, painted up the metal parts, (IH red of course) we did 3 5 gallon pails of apples. Got 4 gallons of cider! Didn't plan very well, scrounging for containers 😂. I have 3 intermediate press blocks, and then the big one. I need to create a better stand, this was impromptu.
    2 points
  9. Finally found what I was looking for. It will need a little bit TLC before next spring, but it is overall good shape.
    2 points
  10. So many things in your first pic that shows what is so great about America. Worth fighting for. Congrats on the 2nd and thanks for posting.
    2 points
  11. Thanks! That powertrain is "my thing" hehe
    2 points
  12. None of those had a power reverse on the rotor, just a big ole wrench and sailor language...
    2 points
  13. The ball point pen is pointing towards that pilot bearing.
    2 points
  14. The same pump that supplies DEF to the engine during normal operation does this. The DEF module has what is called a reverting valve…in normal operation it supplies DEF to the engine/after treatment system. When you shut the engine off, this reverting valve reverses the direction of fluid flow…the DEF system pump evacuates the fluid in the lines back to the tank. With pretty much all machines with DEF, you will hear a buzzing noise on the machine for 60-90 seconds after shutting off the engine…that’s the DEF system doing its evacuation cycle.
    2 points
  15. Cab and chassis back from painter! They used the chassis to roll cab to and from painter. Now to start on chassis going to powder coat. I keep praying the Caldor fire in Northern Ca. does not decide to go west . truck is being done in Grass Valley about hundred miles west of big fires . Fires are moving North /East towards lake Tahoe tony
    2 points
  16. We're back. Finally north of the border and at the lodge. Now to pick up where we left off. We have boxes and boxes of parts that were ordered and stored oh so long ago. Tearing a boat dock apart to get the lumber to make a platform so we can saw the ole magician assistant in two. Or thirds in this case. Will post pics and update the progress. As time permits. Still got a lodge to get ready for Moose hunters.
    2 points
  17. I picked this up at HCOP also. Had never seen anything like it. I know there was a thread a while back about radio installation in an 86 series. This is dated 6-80 so it would be in that timeframe. If you need to know how a CB radio should be installed in your 1086, just let me know 😊 (it has pictures so I can understand it 😉)
    1 point
  18. 1980 International Scout II CVI HO Special edition CVI truck 1 of 3 known to exist. Maybe 40 made 304-V8 Automatic transmission Restored 5 years ago
    1 point
  19. we salute youuuuuuuuuuu
    1 point
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  21. I was actually able to find a A with new rubber for 1000. Going to get it next weekend. It should get me started:)
    1 point
  22. I just bought a bunch of schedule 40 4". Prices are crazy. I think it was almost $4 ft. I wouldn't chance the aluminum as tempting as it may be. We do it nice because we do it twice isn't fun on buried stuff.
    1 point
  23. Put a little dye in the system and then use a black light.
    1 point
  24. My one farmall M had no issues moving. The other one I heated, beat, twisted, eventually slit the tube with a grinder, then got inner part out, cleaned it up, slid back in, tacked it up, then welded it, peening the weld as I went. I was then able to slide the inner with no problems. I greased er up and put it back together. Then I ground it smooth. You never would know it's been touched.
    1 point
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  26. So true @sandhiller guy in the wheel chair on top of the trailer has a good view.
    1 point
  27. Been there, done that!! We even dumped a little diesel on a slug in the rotor and lit it up. It smoldered for about 15-20 minutes and we tried it again and it finally came out. Dad was past sailor language that night!!! We had worked on that plug for about 4 hours, he’d had enough, either the plug was coming out or the combine was going to burn.
    1 point
  28. I got this book today. I hadn’t seen one before, not that I’m that experienced to begin with. Looks interesting. Has conversions for IH loader bucket teeth and cutting edges as well as dozer blade edges. Looks to be from 1988.
    1 point
  29. H , possibly super H ,300+350 but it might be a different bolt pattern. I think it has slotted holes to fit both bolt patterns if it's like the M pump. M and H are different than each other
    1 point
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  31. my local dealer will go to the microfiche if its not online. I have a complete set of micro fiche with Letter Series Ws as well as parts books if someone needs a part number you can PM me and I will look it up
    1 point
  32. E160BHM, I think the biggest issue you run into with the w9-650 is the fact that there isn't a row crop equivalent. If a person has a w6-w450 you can look up most of the commonly used parts (engine,carb, electrical) as an H-450. This is why I love these forums; people have always been so willing to help and share info. Everyone here seems to be have the hobby in their best interest.
    1 point
  33. Well if that's not the problem I still give Farmall Doctor an A+ for coming up with that theory! It sure makes sense that that could be the problem. Well done!
    1 point
  34. Vic I had to put a new radiator core in this spring ran a limb thru it backing up had the top and bottom tanks sand blasted my goal is to paint it red next spring. I made brush shields for the sides wanted to make sure I didn't have any leaks before installing them and also put a new valve cover gasket in it but is still leaking got to source a used from greater gear in Idaho, someone over tighten the center stud and sprung the cover. Fun tractor for on the farm have built one 2 acre pond with it so far slot dozing.
    1 point
  35. Injector harness or poor connection where it passes through valve cover. Ground is your problem,those 3 share same group circuit.
    1 point
  36. Here are photos of a couple of articles regarding the Dane tractor that are hanging on the wall at work.
    1 point
  37. Just a thought here, if the kiddos are helping, watching, learning etc, how long till they figure out that if they unhook the small ground wire on the side of the mag she will run just fine rendering the keyswitch useless?? I think I would grab the coil wire on the way out of the barn.
    1 point
  38. Why not get on a wood lathe, make a pattern, and cast one? High school stuff. Why all the secrecy? We’re gonna wait 5 years for the unveiling of a secret project? You’re probably making an ash tray
    1 point
  39. Well not what I had planned for, ran 1st high sat right at 1800rpm all way down the track and then about the 240' mark front went up a little then higher, then higher, lost my hitch height, spun out with the front end in the air I'm guessing 15-1600rpm. Next year I will leave the back bracket at home, had 450lbs off the 3pt quick hitch. Sorry no video yet but here is a screen shot of how high it went. On the bright side had no problem spinning out in high 1st.
    1 point
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