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  1. Would love to get their contact name and info. I would be willing to easily pay that and more for quality materials and stitching.
  2. NCIH1466

    White cab

    Here is a listing for one that I inquired on back in November: https://www.tractorhouse.com/listings/farm-attachment/for-sale/176081705/1972-international-1066cab
  3. WOW....25HP compressors. And I thought my 5HP on the Quincy was powerful! Appreciate all the posts. Going to run a higher PSI in the system then use a regulator/ at the quick connects for reducing the PSI when needed or to at least capture the moisture further down stream. So excited about this (sorry it doesn't take much). It's going to be so much easier now to fill up the tires that require 110 PSI.
  4. Thanks for the response and the idea. I could buy 1 or 2 regulators and connect them as and where needed to reduce the PSI. Appreciate it!
  5. Finally got my 2 stage air compressor hooked up and plumbed into the barn and shop. Being used to an old, loud, oil-less single stage compressor, I'm excited to have higher PSI available.That said, what do you all (or shops) run for PSI in your/their systems? I have filter/regulator at the compressor. Was thinking perhaps 140?
  6. Ditto here on the deer oil. Helps to keep my cost of operations down by running the same oil in all and not having to worry about cross contamination with implements. No problems here for the years I've been doing it.
  7. This was awesome! Prompted me to go check my 1466 and yep....the plug was right there staring at me all these year. Checked my IH manual and there is no mention that I can find. THIS is why forums like this are priceless over manuals. Thank you for sharing Farmall Doctor!
  8. I like a good manual and I use manuals all the time. However, I will say that forums like this one are treasure chests of real life experiences by those who have a passion for their equipment, work on them for a living, use them for a living or combination thereof. Like I said, I like a good manual but a forum like this can help take some engineering article in a service manual and turn it into layman's talk. Forums like this can help streamline and simplify what a manual states for often times manuals are written in engineering talk and they surely don't give you suggestions like watch out for this, or do that to make it easier, etc. So yes a manual is a good start but not an end all be all. I hope that the OP (@coytee) has gotten some good answers and keeps coming back with more questions and even, sooner or later, will be contributing to aid in someone else's questions.
  9. A couple years back I purchased a case of 12 short cans for $24 (good deal). Online auction (place that starts with "e") is selling JD short can for $4 each. Not sure if that's a good deal or not. I use is sparingly but sometimes a little help goes a long way in super cold weather and when the power is off (and hence no block heater available).
  10. Glad I posted this thread. Great feedback and info from you all especially @Sparky. Thank you!
  11. I understand that there is an update to the parking lock for a 1466. While I have mine torn apart for a restoration, figured I'd get this done too since I have the older style with the rods, turn buckle, etc and the rods are bent. Cannot seem to find a kit number on the CaseIH site. Much appreciate if anyone has that info handy and even where I can get one w/o going thru CaseIH directly.
  12. Great news @1586 Jeff. I love to hear about people that go above and beyond to assist. Sounds like Bubby Carleton at Action Acres Farms and International Tractor Service still understand the value of awesome customer service. Wish there were more like him in this world. I also appreciate your post on this topic. My 1466 dual PTO is needing to be rebuilt so this was quite informational.
  13. I appreciate all the replies and insights. Assuming that the main tank is full first, it sounds like if I "T" into the main fuel line with an external tank that there is (would be ) enough suction to pull the fuel in from the extra tank without the need for a pump. Man if this works it would be awesome! Thanks again. To the design board I go!
  14. Was wondering if someone can fill me in as to how additional fuel tanks are plumbed? For example, I have a 1466 with the tank in the normal place (on top behind the motor under the cowling). I've seen some with additional under belly tanks and I believe some with tanks mounted in the front (near the weights). How are these all connected? Do they require a fuel (lift) pump? Just trying to get a general idea on this not so much for the 14 but for another tractor I have that runs my PTO generator. With that tractor, was thinking how awesome it would be if I could install a 10 to 20 gallon extra tank as it would last 24+ hours on a single fueling but just wasn't sure on the plumbing/pump needed. Thanks in advance for the insight.
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