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TN Hillbilly last won the day on May 17

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  1. Depending on which relief valve it has, could be anywhere from 1800 psi to 2500 psi, best I recall.
  2. My wife quit work when our kids were born to stay home with them. Is it hard to live on one income? Well, sure, we have to be careful and make sacrifices, do without some things that are luxuries. But I would not change it. And she works a lot harder than I do!
  3. X3. Goes under the seat on the right hand side. 706, 806, probably lots of others.
  4. One consideration - has anyone else noticed that in very dusty conditions the LEDs just seem to reflect back and blind you? LEDs are great for most things, but seems like for dusty work, halogens are still superior. Just my observation.
  5. I know we have Canada, Great Britain, France, Finland, Germany, Australia, good ol NZ, and even South Africa. Wondering if we have any members in Ireland?
  6. That replacement set will come with the three cushions. #1 should have a metal bottom. #5 will have a metal backing. The kit will not come with the three brackets between the base and curved cushion (3 and 32) and between the curved cushion and top cushion (6). One suggestion - as nice a restoration as you are doing, I might suggest spending more for a better quality cushion set. I bought that same economy set for my 706 maybe 7 or 8 years ago. It's not held up well, and tractor is always inside when not in use. It's okay for a using tractor, but I bet you'll be disappointed in that seat set in a year or two.
  7. So I can see how Russia would get their hands on one...but how did Germany and Japan manage to do that? I would have thought we would have done all possible to prevent that, to the point of destroying them if necessary. You don't leave good equipment behind for the enemy to get their hands on and use against you, if you want to win. And back then (at least) we wanted to win.
  8. Pulled the square baler and accumulator behind the 706 today. No cab, no canopy, pretty enjoyable, temps in the low 80s. Pulled the Krone round baler behind the 5610. Canopy. Dustier. Cab woulda been nice.
  9. I hear that a Detroit is a popular repower option for those. Supposed to drop in and bolt right up...
  10. That option was only offered in the domestic market, apparently. Not for export, sorry.
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