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  1. So I've been thinkin about this today. He does dumb, wasteful things, films it, and makes money from views. Evidently quite a lot of money. At first, I thought, well he's just another "entertainer" or "celebrity", they've been overpaid jerks for decades (with some exceptions of course.) But the more I think about it, the more I'm disturbed by these influencers and the lucrative industry of making lots of money from outlandish stuff like this. Our young people LOOK UP to people like this kid. They think that making lots of money from posting videos is a great career choice. All while the rest of us bust our butts for peanuts, to feed and clothe everybody, deliver their goods and services, keep the lights on, the roads maintained, the cars fixed, the stores open, etc., etc. If this is the ideal of young people we are in serious trouble (like we didn't alreadt know.) I'll leave it there, don't want to get political. Terrible waste of a lovely IH tractor that is much nicer than anything on my farm.
    6 points
  2. Hey Guys , Keep it the way it was ! No one wants to think outside the box and throw out possible solutions, try to save coffee shop ? I am not going to argue about throwing out few suggestions to the problem , don't see any other suggestions being floated all I see is the same childish whining that has ruined coffee shop. In life everything has a shelf life perhaps Coffee shop has reached its; use by date. Keep pining for the way it was and badgering the hosts who provide it free, (I am sure they do not need these headaches) and your going to whine up with SH*T and learning to suck eggs on another forum. Start working on solutions to keep coffee shop going. Tony
    5 points
  3. I've posted this elsewhere & I'll post it here: After some popping sounds & a headache, I remembered there's a cardinal rule of the internet.... don't feed the trolls. This vid, others like it, all the complaints to the channel & the sponsor, et al.... are doing nothing but fueling a fool. You must not forget that the one(s) performing the action to get the reaction feed off of this kind of stuff. Kind of like bad press is still press. We can bring it home to this site here. There's a bunch of you that have been here long enough to recall some agitators who have "graced" this forum with their ignorance, stirring the pot for a reaction. This is no different, minus the fact that all involved are making scratch off of this mess. Think it over. Mike
    4 points
  4. had a rain here so gave me more time to check this thing out. got fuel system cleaned out and had to replace injection pump with one i had to rob off my other tractor. she fired up on her own power. runs pretty good. took it for a field ride and things appear ok. need to get some better rear tires on it and couple more sets of weights and get it field ready for fall work.
    4 points
  5. current project 1/35 scale Truck type INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER IH-8066 - 25 tons Military Prototype truck designation code XM523E2 Trailer/loader type M-1186 by FRUEHAUF - 55tons Military Prototype trailer designation code XM524E2 Sources indicate that 146 specimen were built for the US Army based in Germany 3 of these trucks ended up in Lebanon in the early 80's thru a medium in Belgium after being decommissioned from service by The US ARMY in the early/mid 70's Truck Model 1965 enjoy and happy modelling
    3 points
  6. Rollie hit the nail on the head! They have four wheel steering. It can be switched to two wheel steering where only the front turn. We have one, Haven’t used it much lately. Needs an MCV pump at the moment.
    3 points
  7. Went back with 10.00-16 8 bolts, but jumped up to 16.9x38 wedgelocks on the rear, 3 sets of IH 400 078 R1 white wheel weights and got the fender lights working.
    3 points
  8. Hi folks, just wanted to share the IH 674 I've just bought to do up and then use to do a bit of hay making. I'm a late starter with doing farming stuff, but I grew up with IH branded stuff all over the house as my dad worked at the Doncaster site during the late 70s early 80s. He even won me one of those prized metal Combine toys back then! Anyway, here's a couple of shots from the seller and after we got it stored at home. It's currently needing to have a diesel leak fixed, and the front main seal doing to stop some nasty black oil drips, then we'll lift the cab off, get it all blasted and repainted and then have some new glass fitted. Also need to have the door we found in the shed tweaked so that the hinges work on this frame.
    2 points
  9. .......the Australian made IH's used that identical IPTO.......I fitted one on the back of a BTD 8 ...which enabled me to run a big old trailing excavator..... ...the IPTO came off a A554 tractor that i brought, new........Not a good picture.....but the red paint is the giveaway !! Mike
    2 points
  10. The dealership I worked at sold quite a few of the 4166 &4186, even a few 4100's before I worked there. Never really ran one to much. I did demo a 4186 with a 710 six bottom plow and it seemed to handle it good. Customer eventually bought tractor and plow. Only troubles seem to be steering related, after using crab steering they would not go back to normal steering without dogtracking a little. Seem to be a very fine adjustment. Think they had a DT436 if I remember right. Often wondered if anyone ever put a TA in one, especially with the heavy duty ones that are offered now. They came with TA delete just like a 1486 could be order without. Over all I would rate them as a good to very good tractor for small horse power four wheel drive😁
    2 points
  11. since i robbed the pump off my other 660 i also robbed the rear tires today. that was about a 3 hr job for one guy with switching 2 sets of loaded tires. need better tires for field work. tubes were darn near sticking out of them .gonna add couple more weights to each side tomorrow . she is coming along.
    2 points
  12. Sure is funny how this post continues! But the post I put up on Sunday showing that we started combining corn, with all red equipment got poofed?! I guess harvesting corn in September must have put a bee in someone’s bonnet?!?! I don’t understand anymore what is ok here, and what is not?!?!
    2 points
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  14. I’m not a supporter of whislindesiel’s but have watched a few of his videos. Most for me are hard to watch so I choose not to anymore. The premise of them are apparently what a lot of people enjoy though which is kinda disturbing and telling to me of the direction in which our country is turning. So what I find interesting about this thread is how we all like IH and most of us if not all of us on here would find this very appalling have basically advanced the cause by promoting it in a way. I personally don’t wish harm on the man, but am not going to support him either.
    2 points
  15. Jeff...I disagree ........no cow that I have known, could be called inconsequential......what colour was she ???.....she was just trying to coerce her fellow cows...possibly a neo -liberal cow, trying to instigate trouble for you, Jeff....You see if she was a green , neo-liberal cow, she possibly wouldn't had the stomach for being turned into protein .....protein for homo -erectus .....however if she was a yellow cow, she would have been a fascist ...no doubt about that.....hence just standing outside the herd ''staring'' at you.....Now, did you notice if her eyes were vacant, Jeff ???...No , pity Jeff, because the solution was ''staring you in the face ''.... ...you should have shot the bloody thing and then eaten it....now, at that juncture, the cow would not have been inconsequential , Jeff.....You would have had food...(quite important .)....a ''hide '' to shelter from the elements.....and a nice long intestinal tract to make sausages......possibly a 'horn'' with which you can make a very poor impersonation of a bugling Wapiti.....possibly a tobacco pouch from the ''inconsequential '' cows udder......(..do you remember the Steve McQueen/Karl Malden film ""Nevada Smith ""......a tobacco pouch made from a female mammary gland ?? I have the DVD of that film, it is good, you should stop by sometime, and watch it with me, and we could talk about other great Westerns.....I always liked ""Death Hunt'' with Lee Marvin and Bronson, also ""Breakheart Pass""...also with Charles Bronson......you remember Bronson was carrying a Savage Model 99 lever firearm , in that film ?....there are Red Deer tracks on the river bank where we were trying to work , today,,but I don't have the trusty old Ruger 250..3000 down here....of course it rained so hard this morning , the river came up and stopped us working, no pictures, Jeff...If it is to wet tomorrow morning, my Lad and I are heading down to a big grape growing vinyard, to pick up a trailer load of broken posts.....posts that were eight feet high, but have broken at ground level...thus they are just right for a regular fence ..and they cost only a box of beer....never drank that stuff, can't stand it, got me into a few scraps in the old days....the sort of woefull idiots who think to be a ''man' ...you should drink so much beer then you get cirrhosis of the liver...then you die...but I guess you had the desired mantle of being a "man"' crazy is it not ??.....but I digress ......this is not ''inconsequential'' Mike
    2 points
  16. Try pictures again
    2 points
  17. I put this together, let me know if anything is wrong or especially if you have something to add!! Axial-Flow “Heritage” Combine Timeline 1977- Introduction of the first 300 Axial-Flow Combines; · 1440: 135-Hp 436 Cid, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, 4750 sq. in. Sieve Area, 24” Rotor · 1460: 170-Hp 436 Cid, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, 4750 sq. in. Sieve Area, 24” Rotor · PIN Numbers o 1440: PIN start U001177 o 1460: PIN start U001177 1978- Introduction of 1480 Axial-Flow Combine · 1480: 190-Hp 436 Cid, 208 Bu. Grain Tank, 6420 sq. in. Sieve Area, 30” Rotor · 820 flex head introduced – 13′ to 22.5′ · PIN Numbers o 1440: PIN start U001501 o 1460: PIN start U001501 o 1480: PIN start U001178 1979- · Engine updated to “B” series · Water separator fuel filter changed from canister filter to spin-on filter · One-piece hydro pump drive pulley changed to two-piece pulley with replaceable hub · Discharge beater changed from 4-blade to 3-blade design · Niehoff “brushless-style” alternator released · PIN Numbers o 1440: PIN start U005501 o 1460: PIN start U005501 o 1480: PIN start U005501 1980- Introduction of 1470 Hillside Axial-Flow Combine · 1470: 210-Hp 466Cid, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” Rotor · Keystock grates introduced · Electric fan speed adjustment 27/28 gears now used on 1440 grain & corn combines · Oscillating guide axle shield standard on rice & corn machines · Friction disc slip clutch replaces ratchet clutch · New rotor with new cone rear bulkhead · PIN Numbers o 1440: PIN start U010001 o 1460: PIN start U012001 o 1470: PIN start U001180 (Hillside) o 1480: PIN start U014001 1981- Introduction of 1420 Axial-Flow Combine · 1420: 112 Hp 358 Cid, 125 Bu. Grain Tank, 20” Rotor · Introduction of Electro-hydraulics · 1480 engine and Hp change: 1480 210 Hp 466 Cid. 208 Bu. Grain Tank · PTO clutch changed from 7 plates to 9 plates (1480) · Three-bladed discharge beater · Straw chopper both factory and field codes (April 1981) · Two Speed Hydrostatic Drive Motor 1480 · Power guide wheel drives for all models as factory installed option (January 1981 · Grain Loss Monitor as field attachment only · Introduction of 900 Series Corn Heads · PIN Numbers o 1420: PIN start U001180 o 1440: PIN start U020001 o 1460: PIN start U022001 o 1470: PIN start U005501 (Hillside) o 1480: PIN start U024001 1982- · 1420 Hp increase 1420: 124 Hp 358 Cid. 125 Bu. Grain Tank · Electric fan speed adjustment offered on 1420 · Power-guide rear axle available on 1420 · Brake disc diameter changed from 7″ to 8″ on 1460/1480 · Additional brake disc (2 disc to 3 disc) on 1420/1440 · Hydraulic control valve improvements · Automatic feeder cutoff available · Auto reel-to-ground speed attachment available · Fishburn lock added to 1460/1480 transmission · Clean grain auger shaft increased to 1-1/4″ on 1440/1460/1480 · Rock trap introduced on 1440/1460/1480 · PIN Numbers o 1420: PIN start U005501 o 1440: PIN start U030001 o 1460: PIN start U032001 o 1470: PIN start U010001 (Hillside) o 1480: PIN start U034001 1983- · New elevator jackshaft on 1440/1460/1480 · Cessna header lift pump replaced Webster · 4-blade discharge beater changed to 3-blade beater · Final drive shafts changed from 3-bolt to 1-bolt design on 1480 · Inline pressure filter between hydraulic pump and header valve · Bosch injection pump replaced rotary type on 1480 · PIN Numbers o 1420: PIN start U010001 o 1440: PIN start U040001 o 1460: PIN start U042001 o 1470: PIN start U012001 (Hillside) o 1480: PIN start U044001 1984- Introduction of Specialty Rotor · Danfoss steering hand pumps replace TRW pumps · Cone changed from low carbon steel to medium carbon steel (1040) · Grain gears now standard on all corn combines · 2-speed hydro available on 1460 · Improved steering axle: new rims, spindles, and hubs · Rear-wheel assist engagement revised · PIN Numbers o 1420: PIN start U020001 o 1440: PIN start U050001 o 1460: PIN start U052001 o 1470: PIN start U020001 (Hillside) o 1480: PIN start U054001 1985- · Mufflers eliminated on 1460/1480 · One-piece forged final drive axle assembly · Feeder bottom, door, and hinge changed to 1040 steel · Rock trap beater changed from 4-blade design to 3-blade, key stock welded on LH end, and beater blades thicker · Rotor kickers standard · 3rd lift cylinder available on 1440 · PIN Numbers o 1420: PIN start U030001 o 1440: PIN start U060001 o 1460: PIN start U062001 o 1480: PIN start U064001 1986- Introduction of 1600 Series Axial-Flow Combines · 1620: 124-Hp 358 Cid, 125 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 1640: 150-Hp 466 Cid, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 1660: 180-Hp 466 Cid, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 1680: 225-Hp 466 Cid, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” rotor · Capacity increased by 70% on 1640 and 1660, 25% on 1680 · Concave area increased by 15.5% on 1640 and 1660, 16% on 1680 · Separating area increased by 24% on 1620, 32% on 1640 and 1660, 41% on 1680 · Cage vanes adjustable without removing bolts or concaves and grates · Clean grain augers increased in diameter (7″ on 1640 and 1660 and 8″ on 1680) · Deeper clean grain elevator cross section (11.1 x 6″ on 1640 and 1660, 11.1 x 8″ on 1680) · Tear drop clean grain elevator lower boot · Tapered entry design into clean grain elevator boot · Inclined delivery auger standard on all 1680’s and 1660 rice models · Shaft speed monitor standard (monitors 9 areas, two more, feeder and spreader) · Improved lighting package (6-60 watt halogen lights including one long distance light) · Optional feeder reverser all 1600 (field kits for certain 1400 series) · Introduction of 1020 Flexible Cutterbar Header · 1.5″ knife system standard on 1020 Flex. Optional on 1010 · Cross auger lifts with reel lift for reversing · PIN Numbers o 1620: PIN start JJC0012001, D-358 Engine o 1640: PIN start JJC0014001, D-466 Engine o 1660: PIN start JJC0016001, DT-466B Engine o 1680: PIN start JJC0018001, DTI-466C Engine 1987- · Direction of rotation for rotary air screen reversed · Shaft speed monitor made standard · Final drive axle changed to one-piece forged shaft · PIN Numbers o 1620: PIN start JJC0022001, D-358 Engine o 1640: PIN start JJC0024001, D-466 Engine o 1660: PIN start JJC0026001, DT-466B Engine o 1680: PIN start JJC0028001, DTI-466C Engine 1988- · Model number decals were moved up to the front of the combine beside the grain tank · Rotor drive pulley improved · Slotted bolt holes in concave hanger brackets on RH side · PIN Numbers o 1620: PIN start JJC0023001, D-358 Engine o 1640: PIN start JJC0034001, D-466 Engine o 1660: PIN start JJC0036001, DT-466B Engine o 1680: PIN start JJC0038001, DTI-466C Engine 1989- Introduction of New CDC Engines (4/1/1989), Introduction of 1670 Hillside Axial-Flow Combine · 1620: 145-Hp 5.9 Liter, 125 Bu. Grain Tank, PIN start JJC032351 (CDC engine 6T-590), 20” rotor · 1640: 160-Hp 5.9 Liter, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, PIN start JJC034705 (CDC engine 6TA-590), 24” rotor · 1660: 190-Hp 8.3 Liter, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, PIN start JJC038347 (CDC engine 6T-830), 24” rotor · 1670: 235-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, PIN start JJC080540 (CDC engine 6TA-830), 24” rotor · 1680: 235-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, PIN start JJC045689 (CDC engine 6TA-830), 30” rotor · In-line core radiators replace staggered tube design · 110 amp Bosch alternator replaced 90 amp Motorola with engine deflector shields · Battery sizes upgraded · Coolant level sensor added · Engine aspirator for Navistar engine combines · PIN Numbers o 1620: PIN start JJC0023630 o 1640: PIN start JJC0034501 o 1660: PIN start JJC0037616 o 1670: PIN start JJC0080501 o 1680: PIN start JJC0045351 1990- · Audible alarm added to grain-tank full indicator · Right side service access door added on 1640/1660 · Heavy-duty cleaning system drive parts: sieve hangers, hanger arms, pitmans, & shafts · Cab heater valve replaced by valve from 7100 Magnum tractors · PIN Numbers o 1620: PIN start JJC0032250 o 1640: PIN start JJC0035300 o 1660: PIN start JJC0039550 o 1670: PIN start JJC0080540 o 1680: PIN start JJC0047025 1991- · High visibility reel released for 1020 Flex and 1010 headers · Long cleaning system released for 1680 grain combines starting at PIN JJC047412 · Dual spin-on hydraulic filters on 1680 · Electric fuel transfer pump on 1680 · PIN Numbers o 1620: PIN start JJC0032950 o 1640: PIN start JJC0097001 o 1660: PIN start JJC0102001 o 1670: PIN start JJC0080560 o 1680: PIN start JJC0115001 1992- Introduction of Field Tracker · 1620 and 1670 combines discontinued · 92-120″ rear axle made standard · Fuel line diameter increased to ½” and screen eliminated from tank · Hydraulic reservoir increased from 5 gallons to 8 gallons · Horizontal hydraulic valve stack · Header height control accumulator made standard · Auxiliary and reel drive pumps combined into one dual pump · Dual spin-on hydraulic filters on 1640/1660 (same as 1680) · 2-piece hydrostatic steel lines replaced by a center steel tube with outer rubber hoses with 4-bolt split flange connectors · Rotor coupling bolts changed from grade 5 to grade 8 · PIN Numbers o 1640: PIN start JJC0097190 o 1660: PIN start JJC0103800 o 1680: PIN start JJC0117060 1993- Introduction of Second Generation 1600 Series Axial-Flow Combines · 1644: 180-Hp 5.9 Liter, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, 6TA-590 engine, 24” rotor · 1666: 215-Hp 8.3 Liter, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, 6T-860 engine, 24” rotor · 1688: 260-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 6T-830 engine, 30” rotor · Introduction of Cross-Flow Cleaning Fan · Long cleaning system (13.75″ added to chaffer and shoe sieve) increase of 25.9% for 1644/1666 and 23.7% for 1688 · Larger air cleaners on 1666/1688 · Water-pump sealed stalk roll bearings on 1000 series corn heads · PIN Numbers o 1644: PIN start JJC0097675 o 1666: PIN start JJC0104850 o 1688: PIN start JJC0118860 1994- Introduction of Straw/Chaff spreader system (factory and field codes for long sieve units) · 1644 gets 1666/1688 transmission, final drive, and brakes · Optional cold-start package (ether assist and block heater) · Electric fuel pump added on 1644/1666 · Radial-seal type engine air filters · Transition cone & rotor cage seam bolts heads treated with tungsten-carbide · Unloading auger spill saver added · PIN Numbers o 1644: PIN start JJC0098060 o 1666: PIN start JJC0106005 o 1688: PIN start JJC0120460 1995- Introduction of 2100 Series Axial-Flow Combine · 2144: 180-Hp 5.9 Liter, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 2166: 215-Hp 8.3 Liter, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 2188: 260-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” rotor · All new cab and styling (23% more total glass area than 1600 series) o Improved stadium-design lighting o New optional lighting package (after cut, side flood, rear work, and service lights) o Theater style lay-out to right-hand console o Multi-function propulsion lever o New A-post instrumentation center o Improved operator ladder o Focalized cab mounting system · New pressure and flow-compensated (PFC) hydraulics and wet brakes · New safety shielding, service platforms, hand rails, and guards · Improved hinged service panels for easier access · AFS systems released (March) · AFS field installed kit released (September) · PIN Numbers o 2144: PIN start JJC0172501 o 2166: PIN start JJC0178501 o 2188: PIN start JJC0189001 1996- Factory installed AFS (Advanced Farming System) systems released (March) · PIN Numbers o 2144: PIN start JJC0172845 o 2166: PIN start JJC0180000 o 2188: PIN start JJC0191483 1997- · New 13 bolt final drive mounting (previous 7 bolt mount) · Poly skid shoes factory option · New larger cab air filter on right side of cab · Fold-in rear window · Splined feeder jackshaft replaces keyed shaft · Transmission changed from a 3-bolt to a 5-bolt retention pattern on the differential bearing carrier. · Locking collar on final drive shaft couplers replaces bolt · Rear axle center section tubing increased from 5/16″ to 3/8″ · Drive plate added to rotor drive coupler · Main hydrostatic tubes replaced with hoses · Seals added to front rotor cover · Detents added to LH shields · One-piece cleaning fan hinge rod · Floating hex shaft between front and rear unloading augers · Unloading auger outer elbow housing rivets changed from ¼” to 5/16″ · Larger Drive axle mounting flange · Heavy duty feeder jackshaft including cast iron pulley · PIN Numbers o 2144: PIN start JJC0173150 o 2166: PIN start JJC0182025 o 2188: PIN start JJC0193725 1998- Introduction of 2300 Series Axial-Flow Combines · 2344: 174-Hp 5.9 Liter, 145 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 2366: 240-Hp 8.3 Liter, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 2388: 280-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” rotor · Tailings volume monitor standard · Deluxe cab standard · Auto temperature control standard · Engine air filter restriction indicator added to A-post display · Engine air intake manifold temperature indicator and feeder shut-off (2388) · Hydraulically driven rotary air screen (2388) (27% larger area) · 68×50-32h high flotation tire option (1730 Sq. In. contact area) (38% less ground P.S.I.) · 600/65-R28 high flotation tire option (710 Sq. In. contact area) (19% less ground P.S.I.) · Rotor skin increased thickness and strength (3 times more resistant to denting) · Three speed rotor gearbox (2388) w/ adjuster lever on left side of cab · New rotor drive belt (27% increased contact area with pulleys) (21% increased service life) · Torque sensing cam angle increased to 39 degrees · Charge air cooling with air-to-air after-cooling (2388) · New lower profile engine air filter design (38% larger filter area) · Radiator spinner blade standard · PIN Numbers o 2344: PIN start JJC0174000 o 2366: PIN start JJC0184200 o 2388: PIN start JJC0197000 1999- Introduction of AFS Universal Display · Optional extended wear package · Grooved torque sensing pulleys standard · Reverse rotation on left side auger in auger bed · Optional edible bean package · Ladder reworked with flexible bottom step · Improved sealing on feeder position potentiometers · Draper headers released (limited production) · Poly snouts standard on 1000 series narrow corn heads · PIN Numbers o 2344: PIN start JJC0174260 o 2366: PIN start JJC0252304 o 2388: PIN start JJC0265306 2000- · Ground level clean grain elevator mount moisture sensor on AFS combines · New HVAC system with digital display (like MX Magnum) · Air intake is not drawn from engine radiator air chute instead of rotary air screen · Greaseable hydrostatic drive hub · 2388 rear axle standard on 2344/66 combines · 2388 rotor cage constructed of AR235 wear-resistant steel · Cast shaker pivot support channels · Precision-drilled holes in elevator slip clutch drive hub · Stalk roll bearing shield on 1000 series corn heads · PIN Numbers o 2344: PIN start JJC0174360 o 2366: PIN start JJC0252950 o 2388: PIN start JJC0267150 2001- · Hydraulic feeder reverser · 4-groove Kevlar cord feeder drive belt · 3rd bearing on rock trap · Rochelle rotor available · External straw chopper adjustment and taller “coined” blades · Predrilled for external sieve adjusters · Sieve viewing door and light · 12-row ready package for 2388 (4WD) · 122% larger toolbox · 180 gallon fuel tank replaces 123 gallon on 2388 · LH shields can be opened without lifting up side sheets · 16-weight bracket available · Hillco leveling available from the factory · 2200 series corn heads introduced · PIN Numbers o 2344: PIN start JJC0174400 o 2366: PIN start JJC0254000 o 2388: PIN start JJC0268800 2002- · Steel pin replaces cotter pin in upper feeder shaft · 1-piece concaves · External sieve adjusters available as factory option · Push-button chaff spreader coupler · Curved chaff spreader bats factory option · 2-speed straw spreader pulley · Grain drain filler plates standard in grain tank · Clean grain auger inlet cone standard on 2388 – 15% more clean grain elevator capacity · Belt-engage separator drive on 2388 replaces wet PTO clutch (with 5-rib separator drive belt) · 130 gallon fuel tank on 2344/66 · 14.9-24 8PR R1 rear tires and heavy-duty rims standard on 2344/66 · 12-row ready package available for 2WD combines · Hinged right rear side panel with gas strut · Grease banks for steering axle, unloading auger elbow, and front rotor bearing · Rotor gearbox speed adjusting lever moved to LH side of cab · Feeder predrilled for Black Ace silencer kit · New design auger fingers on 1020 grain heads (spring pin, broken fingers are collected in auger) · Mechanical linkage AHHC replaces cable on 1020 grain heads · PIN Numbers o 2344: PIN start JJC0174460 o 2366: PIN start JJC0255000 o 2388: PIN start JJC0270500 2003- 2344 combine discontinued, Introduced: AFX8010 Axial-Flow combine, built in Grand Island Nebraska · 2366: 250-Hp 8.3 Liter, 180 Bu. Grain Tank, 24” rotor · 2388: 280-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” rotor · New AFX rotor on 2388: 5-25% more throughput · Larger rotor drive pulleys, 900-lb. rotor drive spring, longer seamless rotor belt · Wire cloth mesh hydraulic drive rotary air screen relocated to RH side of combine, direct-flow design, with swing-open access door · Square wave technology on radiator and charge air cooler to prevent “deep-core” plugging · 2366 now featured a 250-HP air-to-air after-cooled engine · Muffler as standard · New air cleaner design · New operator’s seat with adjustable LH armrest and removable seat cushions · Heavy-duty 2WD rear axle with dual-steering cylinders optional on 2388 · PIN Numbers o 2366: PIN start JJC0255700 o 2388: PIN start JJC0273000 2004- · 208” extended-wear unloading auger made standard on 2388 · All 2388’s have extended wear auger bed augers, clean grain auger, grain tank bottom and vertical augers, HVOF diver’s helmet, and HVOF front rotor channel · The feeder on the 2388 is now 3rd cylinder ready · Coined feeder slats standard on 2366/2388 · Composite frame stainless steel wire mesh (0.024” hole size) rotary air screen standard, along with larger, external dirt chute, and one-piece bulb type door seal · Torque sensing unit cam angle changed to 54 degrees on 2388 · Stainless steel vanes in rotor cage standard on 2388 · 2004 last year of production at East Moline Illinois plant. · PIN Numbers o 2366: PIN start JJC0256400 o 2388: PIN start JJC0274450 2005- Production moved from East Moline, IL to Grand Island Nebraska, 2366 discontinued · 2377: 250-Hp 8.3 Liter, 190 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” rotor · 2388: 280-Hp 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” rotor · 2366 replaced by 2377 · AFX rotor standard · Small wire concaves heat treated · Engine air deflectors · New Grand Island paint scheme o Non-painted accessory part and component protection o New E-Coat protection for critical internal areas · PIN Numbers- East Moline, IL o 2366: PIN start JJC0257600-JJC257696 o 2388: PIN start JJC0276100-JJC0276540 · PIN Numbers- Grand Island, NE o 2377: PIN start HAJ0292001 o 2388: PIN start HAJ0292001 2006- Tier lll electronic 8.3L engines: · 2377: 255-Hp rated/290 HP maximum 8.3 Liter, 190 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” Rotor · 2388: 285-Hp rated/325 HP maximum 8.3 Liter, 210 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” Rotor · Field Tracker frame thickness increased from 0.25” to 0.31” · Enhanced engine monitoring with automatic shutdown · 20% larger radiator · Heavy-duty 3-speed rotor gearbox and inverted rotor belt · Curved spreader bats standard · Windshield washer is a factory option · Pre-wired for the Auto-Lube system · Unloading auger tube reinforced · Rotating beacons optional · Sight glass for hydraulic reservoir · Full-fingered auger optional from the factory on 1020 grain head 2007­- Introduction of 2500 Series Axial-Flow Combines · 2577: 265-Hp 8.3 Liter, 230 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” Rotor · 2388: 305-Hp 8.3 Liter, 290 Bu. Grain Tank, 30” Rotor · Yield moisture and flow sensors and AFS badges standard · AFS Pro 600 monitor · Field Tracker- additional bolts added to each side of feeder to prevent face plate from tipping forward under heavy load · Lengthened feeder top shaft sprocket assembly to reduce shaft bending · 3rd cylinder anchor bracket standard · Final drive gears shot peened to improve life · Transmission 2nd gear width increased · Wheel bolts changed from M20 to M22 · Increased rotor drive coupler attaching plate thickness in bulk head to achieve longer bolt thread engagement · Rotor gear case shift lever plated and bore size increased to eliminate seizing from corrosion · Rear axle center section material thickness increased from 9mm to 12.7mm · Unload rate increased to 2.4 bu/second · Unload tube length increased to 18’ or 21’ · Straw spreader curtain length increased · Bottom tailing elevator housing material thickness increased · Clean grain elevator slip clutch torque increased by 20% · Power-Clean Evacuation System was introduced, included an hydraulically driven evacuation fan and optional rotary brush 2008- · Hydraulic reverser accumulator update to improve reliability · Optional single point latching system · Optional single point hydraulic multi-coupler · Stronger rotor drive coupler · Redesigned cleaning system pitman arm bushings that are more durable · Approved for B20 biodiesel · PIN Numbers o 2577: PIN start HAJ302001 o 2588: PIN start HAJ302001
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  18. . things were left abandoned on the old farm site. they figure sitting around 20 years. was parked by the bush , now its in the bush. brought it home couple days ago. removed glow plugs and squired snake oil into the cyl's. tryed the hand crank and it not stuck. tank has diesel in it, good sign. should not be hard to get it going once i get time. cab will be coming off first thing . its actually a pretty straight tractor.
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  19. The gear on the front that drives the pto on a 560 is different between the planetary and the over center clutch style. I wouldn't be surprised if there is a speed difference. Interesting I am now wondering when you check the speed what it will be.
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  20. Looks to me like someone has been buttering on that with a welder, if it wasn’t already damaged internally i would expect it is now, looks to me like a chicken and egg problem with the only solution being to pull the pump and send it out.
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  21. Sorry to ask again. The 756 is at the paint shop. I want the correct white on it with the hint of mint almost to it. I've searched here and read Red reapers post from way back and saw Chris Haymans 1206 in person. I want the white like that but our local Napa says it all crosses to 935 white and I definitely don't want that. Any one have good codes you have recently used, with manufacturer name.? Thanks fellas. Here's my panel buffed out under the emblem
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  22. There was an internal metal tube that ran from the trans pump to the front pump on those (50, 55 series) that was prone to failure if I’m not mistaken
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  23. You need better role models if you are defending a bum like the clown in the video.
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  24. If they changed to more balls, it would be to increase radial load capacity. Generally the bearing manufacturers refer to that as "full complement". That is, the highest numbers of balls that the space between the races allows. There are two ways of manufacturing ball bearings. One is to offset the inner race relative to the outer and feed the balls into the wide gap between the two (sometimes called Conrad. IDK why.). One can only fit so many this way, because as you install more balls, the races have to get concentric to accommodate, thus reducing the size of that gap until it's too small to fit a ball through. In order to install more balls, a different way of assembling includes a loading slot added to the race. This allows for inserting balls with the races aligned concentrically. This loading slot increases radial capacity, but decreases axial capacity (to virtually zero in some cases). In the case of a bull pinion, a full complement with a loading slot is just fine -probably ideal. Usually a steel cage is added with a full complement of balls, because the chances of them contacting and damaging the bearing is increased. The relevant parts diagram is serial-number-dependent. Maybe this running change was the change you are thinking of. I have no idea. Either way, we can find out which bearings apply to yours. What is the serial number? For Serials FBK501-34887: Bearing 7, ST269A: (Per the IH Bearing Book, this is a ball bearing, Light series with 60mm bore, and limited, non-loading groove configuration) West Pullman C260 (IH Bearing Book) RHP 6212 (IH Bearing Book) Fafnir 212-K (IH Bearing Book) Fischer 6212 (IH Bearing Book) SNR (France) 6212 (IH Bearing Book) SKF 6212 (IH Bearing Book) New Departure 3212 (IH Bearing Book) Bearing 10, ST223: note that the IH bearing book only shows ST223A. Unsure if they're the same bearing (Per the IH Bearing Book, this is a ball bearing, Light series with 70mm bore, and max fill/loading groove configuration) West Pullman L270 (IH Bearing Book, for ST223A) Fafnir 214-W (IH Bearing Book, for ST223A) TRW Marlin Rockwell 214-M (IH Bearing Book, for ST223A) New Departure 1214 (IH Bearing Book, for ST223A) SKF 214-A (IH Bearing Book, for ST223A) SKF-214-J (SKF Interchange, for both ST223 and ST223A)(Light Series single row ball bearing, 70mm bore, hardened steel cage (which usually implies full complement)) BCA/Federal Mogul Bearing 1214 (IH Bearing Book) RIV-SKF (Italy) 11-4 (IH Bearing Book) Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) NOTE: (I had a similar bearing bearing in my project, a 12xxAG that I had to contact Timken about. The AG is a steel cage and likely therefore a max fill, the 14 is a 70mm bore. This number corresponds directly to the SKF 214-J, per both interchanges) Presumably, the other diagram is for Serial 34888 and up, though it doesn't say so explicitly Bearing 5, shows two part numbers: ST218A (65mm bore) and ST227B (60mm bore). You'll need to know the shaft diameter (the bore diameter) in order to determine which of these is appropriate. ST218A (Per IH Bearing Book, this is a Ball Bearing, Light Series, Max Fill (full complement)) West Pullman L265 (IH Bearing Book) (Loading Groove assy, light series, 65mm bore) TRW Marlin Rockwell 213-M (IH Bearing Book) New Departure 1213 (IH Bearing Book) RHP (England) M213-J (IH Bearing Book) SKF Australia 213-A (IH Bearing Book) SKF 213-J (SKF Interchange) -->Timken 1213A (Timken interchange, from SKF 213J) RIV-SKF (Italy) 10-A (IH Bearing Book) Fafnir 213-W (IH Bearing Book) ST227B (Per IH Bearing Book, this is a Ball Bearing, Light Series, Max Fill, 70mm Bore) West Pullman L260 (IH Bearing Book) (Loading Groove assy, light series, 70mm Bore) Fafnir 212-W (IH Bearing Book) TRW Marlin Rockwell 212-M (IH Bearing Book) SKF 212-J (IH Bearing Book) RHP (England) M212-J (IH Bearing Book) RIV-SKF (Italy) 9-A (IH Bearing Book) Timken 1212AG (Timken Interchange) Bearing 12, not shown in online parts diagram. If you have a parts book and get me the number I'll get you the interchanges.
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  25. TA delete, 9300 hrs, straight tractor typical items to fix.
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  26. Save for one recent post in General IH, I have not been very active on the forum lately, though I have been a member on the order of 16 years. That doesn't mean I haven't been browsing the forums, though. I have hesitated to even post at all on this topic, but I am in hopes that it may do just a bit more good than harm. While it may contain some politics and other things that may not really belong, I have found a whole lot more good topics in the Coffee Shop than bad. There are threads like IH Tractors on a Montana Farm, which is a treasure. There are many past RPRU's preserved in photos there. Through this forum I also got to meet some of the owners of great collections and individual machines, many in-person at RPRU's. Old Max, Danny Anderson, Kristin Gall, Wilson Gatewood, Richard Lantis, and Rich (the CSM, owner of the 21206 from Iowa) come to mind, along with many others. Not sure I would have met any of them without the Coffee Shop, but the IH and farming side of my life has been made richer by them. So, I do hope at least some of the content can be retained, even if only as archived material. I really hope the Coffee Shop itself can return in some form. I also like TonyinCA's idea to make it available to RPM subscribers only. If so I'm in, because I've been a subscriber to the magazine longer than I have been a forum member. That said, I am a realist. It is up to the Meisner family. As the owners of the magazine and website, it is their rules and theirs alone. I have seen similar circumstances arise on other forums, and based on the outcomes of those, I am less than optimistic. I am aware of cases where suspension of a section just lapsed into permanence, and others that were reinstated just to be permanently deleted in a few days or weeks. My sincere request, should the owners or admins read this, is that the good be preserved. I hope the will and means to do this exist. But if not, so be it.
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  27. Mike , what you described is what coffee shop is about learning about other areas , other farming methods , way other people with same interest as us live and do things . what I am referring to is the posts that entice people into arguing about stuff they can do nothing about on this forum , but keep people in a negative state of mind . the news reporters do a good enough job of that. thank you Mike , tony
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  28. Got the urge to uncover my 1660 today. Been covered up in the garage for about seven on eight years. Cornhead needs repair and need to get a new 12 volt battery and 12 double A batteries, if I remember where I put the transmitter.
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  29. Bold, underlined numbers are the part numbers shown in the parts catalog online. I started with these when I did the interchange Plain, underlined numbers are the interchangeable alternatives for that bearing (source of interchange is shown in parentheses)(part number decode is also shown) Inner Bearing is element 3 in figure above. Outer bearing is element 6. Outer seal is element 7. Inner Bearing, figure no. 3, ST-223A: Identified as a ball bearing, light series, max fill. The catalog also indicates that this is interchangeable with IH part number 23276H Interchangeable with the following: West Pullman L 270 (IH Bearing Book) (Loading Groove Assembly(required for max fill), light series, 70 mm bore) New Departure 1214 (IH Bearing Book) (70mm bore, Light series, single row max fill) SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) (Light Series, Max fill type, 70mm bore, steel cage) Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) (I can't find out what the AG suffix means, But I'm guessing it means max fill, with a cage) IH 375215R91 (CASEIH Website part catalog) --> which in turn crosses to Bower MSN 1214 EAL (IH bearing book) IH 272575R91 (IH Book) --> Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) --> SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) --> Fafnir 214-L (IH Book) (Single row ball brg, light series, 70mm bore, one mechanical seal) in IH bearing book IH 304657C91 (IH Book) --> Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) --> SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) IH 306858C91 (IH Book) --> Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) --> SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) IH 372185R91 (IH Book) --> Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) --> SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) IH 372186R91 (IH Book) --> Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) --> SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) IH 842951R91 (IH Book) --> Timken 1214AG (Timken Interchange) --> SKF 214-J (SKF Interchange) --> RIV SKF Italy 11-A (I wasn't able to confirm the decode here) Curiously, I started with looking up ST-675, per @DWV's post above, and got the WP, ND numbers above and IH 23276H. When I then re-crossed the West Pullman number L270 in the same IH book, I got IH number ST-223A. ST-223A and ST-675 show interchangeability with the exact same West Pullman, New Departure, Timken and SKF numbers in the IH book and in the Timken and SKF guides. So, I take that to mean IH part number ST-265 and ST-223A are interchangeable. Lastly on this bearing, the CASEIH website, for ST223A shows available for $84, and shows a handful of interchanges that I've already captured above plus what appears to be a current inventory stock number of CaseIH 84330092, available for $118, and with this picture! You'll see that says "SKF" "214" and shows a steel cage. When you looks at the ball spacing, it's a max fill. Also, cages are often used on max fill bearings. So ST223A and 84330092 are the same bearing, but different part numbers and different prices. Go figure that. I then went to look up the other bearing, and I see the outer is listed as ST675, which per everything I wrote above, IS THE SAME BEARING! Only on the website, they list the dimensions in inches, whereas the other is shown in mm. Millimeter incrementing has been the standard for bearings even in the US for oh, about 100 years. As I explained above, these appear to be the exact same bearing and share all the interchanges above. ==================================================================================================================== Now for seals. With seals, I don't bother with anything other than SKF (which used to be Chicago Rawhide. CR was original equipment on my 1950 IH tractor seals, and I've always had good luck with them, and they're available at Napa. Outer Seal, figure no. 7, 360457R91: Interchangeable with SKF 27368 I hope this helps!! KWRB
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  30. Never heard of him. Won't watch it. Entertainment for the ignorant masses. Throw him to the lions in a collesuem.
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  31. immature content catered for immature audience
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  32. You just turned my frown upside down
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  33. Fired up the TD7 today to push up some piles, 2 milk snakes came boiling out of the hole in the hood around the air cleaner. It vibrates pretty good so they had quite a time getting across the hood and off onto the ground. I said something to dad about it, he said the same thing had happened to him. We both agreed we were much happier with the snakes than mice, snake nests are much less flammable and they never chew wires. Win win I would say, they get a nice home most of the time, we get a mouse free dozer!
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  34. Most work this TD9 has done in quite a while. I spent all morning spreading the gravel on my driveway into the cottage and then took a run at the stump you see in 3rd photo to try and loosen up the right hand steering clutch. Still frozen (and will probably have to come out) but I did shine up the blade today. It has a few other minor issues and needs (at least) one injector tested but overall I was quite satisfied with it starting up good and running not too bad.
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  35. I've seen them on the fiberglass hydro housing, but mine just has a sticker there- no holes where the badge would have been. I am also missing the guard around the hydro lever. I've looked at RPRU and salvage yards-no luck yet.
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  36. broke the stem out of it so I poked in there with an awl to get the cleaner out but most ended up in my eyes and on my shirt.............
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  37. All the Sherman parts were interchangeable. That was their strength. The parts for the German tanks were all hand fitted, so they were not interchangeable. US manufacturing made the difference. The tanks still sucked, but they were easy to service!
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  38. I thought I would show a few pics of my road trip, for those of you that have never been out here, and think that it is all sand and palm trees. On the way out, I wanted to get some pictures of the dairy and feed lot, that is out in the desert south of Phoenix, but it didn't happen. Maybe on the way back. On the way out, I stop in Holbrook, AZ, at Jim Gray's Petrified Wood Co. A lot of unique stuff. He has a property, that having to dig down about 30 feet, finds this petrified wood. Sells it in log chunks and also makes things out of it. The one above is like a coffee table, The one below is a dinning room table. I would think you would at least get the chairs. If I won the lottery, I would defiantly have some of this stuff in the house. Coffee table is more moderately priced. We live up a canyon, and unlike back east, they don't believe in many guard rails. This is about 60 deg. off of horizontal drop. It wouldn't kill you to go over it, but you may need some new shorts. We get lots of traffic from the car, motor cycle clubs, bikers, skateboarders, etc. Ever seen a Buddha's Hand? The Orientals use it for fragrances, some of the locals us it to make lotions. What a way to start your morning, fresh off the tree. There is good and bad with every place. One of the good things out here, is no shortage of produce year round. Took a run up to the local farmers market. Bad thing, traffic, idiots driving, and way too many women wearing those black stretchy pants, that shouldn't be.? Fresh made steaming warm bread. Citrus Fresh cut flowers Lot's of all kinds of berries. And of course, lots of vegetables. The artichokes are really nice this year. You steam them and scrape the meat off the underside of the petals, and then eat the heart. This is down at the bottom of our grade. They raise about 40 head of brood beef cows down here. The hill in the background got dusted with some snow this morning. Usually the snow doesn't get below 3,000 ft., but once in awhile we get a little bit. We hopefully get into the low 30's to get some frost and put the trees to sleep, and then the daytime will be anywhere from 50 to 80. San Diego county is the size of Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. We start out at sea level at the coast, come inland about 20 miles up to around 1400 feet, then climb up the hills to over 6,000 feet, then it drops right back down to sea level in the Anza Borrego Desert. So our weather forecast has, coastal, inland, mountain, and desert. The fields in the foreground are hay fields. If it grows high enough while it is green, they will cut it. You have to realize, that everything that is green now, will be brown in a month or two for the rest of the year, all except for what is irrigated. These fields will be brown, they will get water for about 2 weeks, it will get high enough to mow, and then they will let it lay there for days or weeks until I assume it gets enough moisture in it. We only get a half dozen days of rain in the early part of the year, and some times they will mow it when they know a rain is coming, so that once it is down, it gets wet, and then they will bale it. Back east, once you start to get a little bit of dew in the evening, your done. This is the upper part of our canyon. you can see the road running right to left thru the middle. The trees on the hillside above the road are avocado's, the green trees in the lower right are orange's, and the freshly pruned trees below the road are guava's. Most of the avocado trees, are planted on hill sides, some you would think they need to be part billy goat to be able to get to them, let alone pick them. They are manually picked using ladders and picking poles. They have wised up though, the pickers are getting to a point where they will not pick over a certain height. Like everywhere, they pickers are getting older, and the younger ones don't get into it. These are some orange trees. they go thru and trim them square on the sides, and then top them off. The sides is for light and air, the tops so that the pickers can reach them. They used to do it with a helicopter and a circular blade hanging down, but now it is done from the ground. Most of the citrus down here is gone, and thanks to our government and water prices, probably half of the avocados are dried up, with more each year disappearing. This group of oranges is probably the biggest grove around here, and it's on Indian ground. That's all for now. I will see if I can get some pics from the crop farmers.
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  39. I wasn't sure which area was best to post this, so hopefully this is OK. A few years back, big barn hire took out the few remaining items (the bulk had been sold at auction prior). We lost quite a bit, but my Dad saved this IH tractor for some reason. As he was a mechanic, I think he checked and thought there were salvageable pieces on it. I believe it's a 1206, but my memory is hazy. In any case, Dad passed away in July and I'm now in charge of cleaning out the machine shed as the property is being sold. I was going to call a scrapper, but thought there might be someone looking for a parts unit, or knew someone who did. Jim
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  40. Also forgot to mention that we did bearings and seals on both front hubs this spring.
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  41. What a transformation!
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  42. I repainted the hoods, fenders, weights, muffler and grille. Added all new emblems where necessary and all new hood bolts. Then the reassembly!
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  43. It was mid June at this point. I decided to repaint all the hoods and the grille. The humidity played havoc with the drying process! I hoped to have the 826 ready for the Chapter 5 state show at Marshalltown, first weekend of August. I was current President of Chapter 5 and really wanted a big display. I spent 3 weeks preparing my 06 and 56 series collection for the show. As you may recall I had the 544, 2 656, 756, 856 gas, 806, 1206, 666 diesel and model 80 combine on display at the State show. I ran out of time to finish the 826 properly and it remained home. Here are photos taken the morning before we loaded 2 semi loads for Marshalltown.
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  44. Funny you should ask that! In the spring of 2019, I resumed work on the 826.
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  45. Had a 400 series filter base, which i think is same for Germans. Had to buy all the cut offs and fittings. Based plumbing routing on granddads 686 w/D-310. Still havent found an IH stamped muffler for it yet. Also added a bottle of wix coolant conditioner so its 2x covered.
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  46. First Axial-Flow combine in Europe returns to SIMA four decades after making its debut https://media.cnhindustrial.com/EUROPE/CASE-IH/LATEST-NEWS/first-axial-flow-combine-in-europe-returns-to-sima-four-decades-after-making-its-debut/s/e79191d3-e471-472b-8164-b10ebfe77019 Forty years since International Harvester Axial-Flow combines were launched in Europe in France at SIMA 1979 / Original 1460 model as featured on stand to be displayed at this year’s show / Latest 50 series Axial-Flow models with Harvest Command make their first SIMA appearance . The very first Axial-Flow combine to come to Europe is to return to the exhibition where it made its debut 40 years ago, with the restored International Harvester 1460 model to be displayed at the main entrance of Hall 5 at SIMA 2019. Visitors will find the Case IH stand in the same hall.
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  47. Never seen an inline fuel cut off untill now. Unplugged it to see if it works and it killed it fairly quick at 1/3 throttle.
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