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  1. Took Wife's worn couch apart to get it out. Leftover got me thinking. Best shop chair EVER😁
    9 points
  2. Old IH dealer possibly in PA Loading up Looks like a truck display at a state fair And a Green Dealer
    9 points
  3. My sister took this photo. Good to see them since I’m seven hours away for college. Left to right : Bailey (1 3/4 yrs), Marley (4 yrs), and Oakley (8yrs in November). Marley and Oakley are labs and believe it or not, one of Oakley’s parents is pure golden retriever. We aren’t sure what Bailey is. We got her when she was at least under 10 weeks old. She was abandoned.
    8 points
  4. this thread give me the "willies" i swore i would not read it but here i am like watching a train wreck can't turn away. I won't go to my one friends farm because of the number o sneaks in his yard. he had black snake in his bedroom that he caught and put back outside I told him i would have left and put a forsale sign up on my way out. pete
    7 points
  5. Thanks, It’s a customer’s 84 K10 long box, I put a 2004 6L in it
    7 points
  6. In my opinion one of the perks of working in the out doors is having an opportunity to really appreciate natures beauty. Weather its the fall colors or frost on the trees on a winter sun rise and everything in between. Sometimes you just need to stop and take it in.
    6 points
  7. Well here is a 65-70 year apart. I found the original pic online and on my way home from work this morning I got a picture with my phone that has been dropped too many times and that’s why there’s a little bit of a glare. Fredonia truck and farm equipment. Rt 20 Fredonia NY. I think it was late 1940s through early 1960s
    5 points
  8. So you can see she isn't belly up all the time🙂
    5 points
  9. Nice square body or blazer behind it ♥️
    4 points
  10. Your’s is slimmer than my current shop chair, so more practical Mine was a roadside find that was intended to only stick around for a busy weekend of derby car building, a friend even wanted it in favour of me burning it at the end of the weekend, so I put the sheet on it to protect it, 6 weeks later it’s still here, it’s worth moving around, but when the wet slop of winter comes in to the garage it will be gone
    4 points
  11. Those are beer holders
    4 points
  12. Pictures from today; The Oliver picker on the WD 45 is interesting to me.
    4 points
  13. Never too redneck sir! In fact i think you should convert it into a gas powered chair! Could cruise tge neighborhood!
    4 points
  14. Finished today....one farm corn went 236, the other 242. Beans 74.....very happy with yields. 1460 needed a starter, separator drive v-belt idler, and turbo (after freak precleaner/aircleaner fire took it out)....but for a 45 year old machine it did well.
    4 points
  15. Needs wheels to roll from job to job?
    4 points
  16. But all is well in Collie land
    4 points
  17. This was our local IH dealer in the 1950s. Hard to believe that most of the well known farm equipment companies were represented in a little village of just over 500. Now we have none and its 30 miles to a JD dealer and 50 or more to Case-IH.
    3 points
  18. I’ve already got the girl, for 15 years now, bless her heart for putting up with me, I really need to loose the chair and spend more time with her than in the garage, and keep the girl lol
    3 points
  19. With a shop chair like you have, your sure to get the girl.
    3 points
  20. Me and a co worker of several years would imitate this scene often enough when we would use a wrench bigger than say 1 1/4, a common one was a 1 7/16 wrench for a Chevy truck inner tie rod We would slide the wrench down our arm into our hand the same and say “My Ride”, so many laughs
    3 points
  21. Even has two tool compartments ....
    3 points
  22. Had to sweep chimney today and pack around the liner. Involves staging and roof ladders, really not the most fun job in the world. all set until next year 😁
    3 points
  23. Since I know how much you guys love snakes, I thought we should have a snake thread. Here is one my Collies found in the woodshed. Well, only the skin, but they disliked that as much as the real thing.
    2 points
  24. @Reichow7120's Post of the old IH dealer got me thinking we should have a generic old dealer thread Post old photo's of them Ag, truck, car all are welcome Closest Old time dealer to me is Kahn Tractor & Equipment, Inc they bought out Manning in 1961 They were a Ford dealer then New Holland and now Kubota
    2 points
  25. I've been dealing with it for a few years now. The advice I got, that I tend to agree with, is that the woodpecker is not the problem. The woodpecker's food is. Time to replace. No food, no holes.
    2 points
  26. It is very sad to hear of Anson's passing. Not only is it the loss of a person & great forum member, it's a loss of a connection to history that we will never have again. God rest Anson, my best & kind regards to his family!! Mike
    2 points
  27. About 70 of them on the heritage tractors at Red power round up . here’s mine Ed krantz finalized for show
    2 points
  28. Ours seems to be using less oil now......maybe the turbo bearing was starting to go bad and it was drinking a sip or two through the intake....hard telling. At least the incident didn't seem to hurt the engine internals.
    2 points
  29. We have had some great colors this year this was coming down off the hill to the parade this morning above the fog my 450 on the dyno this afternoon
    2 points
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  31. That would work well with one of those mid rise lifts, and some wheels on the bottom
    2 points
  32. Brothers came out today and we loaded the quads up and went for a little ride. Was dads birthday today so we took the day off. Was kind of chilly out but as long as you were in the sun out of the wind it wasn’t to bad. Definitely cooler on the way back to the truck going into the wind though. Was a nice little family outing anyways.
    2 points
  33. this was nearby but way before my time ( its very small in the background when even general stores sold tractors ). After this dealership was pushed out by IH the Co-op had a fairly large dealership in the town
    2 points
  34. DING!..DING!..DING!.....We have a winner!!!! Mike
    2 points
  35. Ace, didn't you ever hear the phrase, "A plump wife and a big barn never did a man any harm."?
    2 points
  36. The bane of long haired dog ownership. Burdock and devils darning needles
    2 points
  37. ...the ''men'' checking out the hogget muster...and one checking out that camera...... Mike
    2 points
  38. Looks like power steering, apply left brake, it turns left, apply right, it turns right.😁
    2 points
  39. If you ever wanna see person #2 walk on water, have a snake fall from a tree in the boat we are fishing in!!
    2 points
  40. See, I knew you guys loved snakes. Offering to warm up a cold blooded reptile like that?
    2 points
  41. On my yearly fishing trip earlier this week with a buddy, we rolled into the house we rent about 9pm one night. He goes in the house (had been there a couple nights already) as I was grabbing a few things from the truck. I hear him say “holy crap!” I didn’t think much of it..... followed by “HOLY CRAP!”........ I went inside to find a 5’ snake in the kitchen of this house. We were in eastern TN and there are more opportunities for poisonous snakes there than in Southern Illinois so we figured just to be safe we needed to treat it like something dangerous. We knew we couldn’t just shoot it since it wasn’t our house. About that time, it decided to try and go under the washing machine. I grabbed it’s tail knowing that I wasn’t going to sleep in the house with that snake loose. Then, the fight was on......... We both pulled and eventually he came out a little angry. He struck at a distance and I dropped him. He retreated behind a storage tote in the laundry area. After that, things got a little bit western. I slept just fine that night. Snakes have their place, but it’s not in a house (in my opinion)
    2 points
  42. On my way to help a friend run some calves through. Don't know if you can see the rainbow actually double rainbow ahead of the truck. Didn't show to good in the pic☹️
    1 point
  43. @DT Fan@Michigan No Till Finally got into two fields today. Dad had smoothed up the floor and we put two coats of EZ Slide graphite paint on. Beans slide across much better even though didn’t have time to work on auger flighting. Put 2 grain grabbers on each side and can’t complain - I know they have mixed reviews but there were no RH bunches today.
    1 point
  44. Heck it all looks like road to me, just some parts are more brown......🤔😄
    1 point
  45. One afternoon we were coming down the hill that looks out towards our local town. And we had a rainbow with one end about centred over town, where the pub is. Where, playing on a beer ad of the time, a "Pot of Gold" was available - but only on your dollar.
    1 point
  46. I do that with phone calls, never mind texts 😂. I'm bad for not looking at my phone when it goes off, then look at it later, read the text, but of course no service, so I figure I'll wait till I'm in service to text back then a week or 2 go by and I wonder why so and so hasn't texted back, then realize I never replied! I always say if it's important they'll phone me. And if it's really important they'll phone back when I don't answer the first time lol I like texting for getting parts. I'll phone for whatever I'm looking for and then the parts guys will text me back the diagram or the item to make sure that's what I'm looking for. It definitely has alot of benefits. And in poor service areas I find a text will go through but a phone call won't
    1 point
  47. Could possibly look back into the IH Tractors on a Montana Farm thread and look for the story of Delta Dirt’s father. He was an early user and actually on some old advertising. Unfortunately, we lost him in the last week so he will not be able to tell the story of his father himself. He was a magnificent story teller and would have been proud to have that story included. His father and uncle are the gentlemen in the oval at the bottom of this piece of advertising cross cultivating cotton.
    1 point
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