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  1. Oliver is what I was leaning towards as well thanks guys
  2. This is coming up at a local Consignment auction this weekend I am curious of the make and model as everything has been covered by pinkish orange paint. There are spots of green under orange paint.
  3. Thank you much appreciated I will get after it today
  4. Its only one cylinder off on the cap wouldn't be 180 off
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    706 timing

    I hate to have to ask this seems like I should know it but apparently ih engines r different then the the pickups I used to play with. 1963 706 with timing marks at tdc and verified with a wire in number 1 cylinder rotor button should be facing number one the cap however it is facing number 5. How do you change one tooth of timing on these engines. I pulled the distributor one to find a straight slot that can only change 180
  6. Thank you yes it is a very early 806 it also has the short hydraulic levers and originally clam shell fenders. As far as the badges they were on it when we bought it just never changed them
  7. Dad has been after me too to get a shiny one on there
  8. A little off topic but does anyone know what kinda flat top fenders were on it when I bought it
  9. Thanks for all the responses guys. I think it will probably see some hay raking duty and maybe run the flail chopper some
  10. I have posted on here a few times about this tractor after buying it at an auction last fall. It was supposed to be a cheap tractor for moving wagons around the farm. After all the issues that I found and fixed figured along as it was tore down might as well paint it to. Turned out to be not so cheap and undecided on what its duties will be.
  11. I'm with u for sure. I bought this tractor for $900 with the intentions of using it to move wagons around the farm and maybe pull a hay rake on occasion. I would guess 40 hours of operation a year would be a stretch. If it was one of the main tractors I wouldn't be asking any of these questions it would be getting the works .
  12. Exactly what I was looking for thank you
  13. Correct hoping for a inframe just need to know the stock crank specs so I can check mine and know what bearings to order with the sleeve kit. And thanks I will be sure to replace the oil pump while I'm in there.
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