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  1. Best "riding" tractor I could find. My other 88 is still new in the box! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  2. Do you have a picture of the flyer? Is 866 correct? Or is it a 886? The only 866 I know of was built in Australia. Matt
  3. I sent you a message. Thanks, Matt
  4. That's a cool sign, is it current or is the sign long gone by now?
  5. It was just what ever was on it......the interior glue might work. The smv sign was putt on in mind the tractor.wasnt going to leave the barn....lol
  6. Bob, do you know anyone at Scale Models?
  7. Is yours falling off?.....never mind .....I didn't read above
  8. Ok...I found them. Will call in Monday to see if they have the size I need. Thank you.... On that note. Has anyone tried one of the aftermarket grills for the 85 series tractor? Wondered how it fit or how durable it was? Any issues with them not fitting or does it need some cutting and drilling done to it? Matt
  9. Any one know what these are called or a part number for them.....they go on the grill of a 585 CIH utility tractor. 1/4" is the machine thread size. Thanks Matt
  10. Loren, where did you find the MFD shaft and coupler at? Or am I not think of the right one? Looks like the drive shaft coming from the transmission. Matt
  11. IHC5488

    IH Freezer

    I have a 111 if anyone wants it.
  12. It would fit into a container but would probably to have done correctly it would need the wheels taken off along with axle housing on the back removed that way to avoid cutting them with a torch....I believe I have seen 4166 or a 4366 packed into a container before.
  13. Looks ok, not in bad shape, needs a home!!! In a town of Toowoomba, Australia
  14. Nice set-up, can you show me how that plow rotates 180Β°? Always been wanting to know how that works Matt
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