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Reichow7120 last won the day on December 6 2020

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About Reichow7120

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  • Birthday 06/20/1984

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    Farming, music, rodeos, and all around good times. We farm with a 2013 Farmall 105U, 1996 Case IH 3230, 2 1990 7120 Magnums (1 fwa, 1 2wd ) 1, 1981 IH 786, 1,1963 Farmall 460 gas, and 1 1948 Farmall H. Have a 2005 2377 combine with correspondening heads. A Case IH 6500 conser til chisel plow and even a 56 forage blower. Also own a 1988 9370 IH Eagle semi tractor to pull hopper bottom.Everything else is a conglomeration of stuff to make the farm go round. Am a IH guy born in the Case IH era.

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  1. If the government thinks they can tax it to make money. They sure will.
  2. Im thinking of a Bellamy Brothers song seeing this. " Do you love as good as you look "
  3. I agree. You're going to have to have a way to lift and move all those pieces to fit on a trailer. And sometimes lifting some of those items can get a little sketchy depending on circumstances. Fight to loosen all these items up and you have your work cut out for you. We pulled a 26 ft behind a pickup truck 47 miles to get it home. Definitely larger than a 18 ft and we pulled the 16 ft we traded on it down behind the pickup too.
  4. Highest paid Government official we have. Higher than the president. Then add in all the patent money. As the saying goes. Follow the money.
  5. SN 38901 was what the one we had and that is way above the one you listed. Doesn't really answer my question about why our late model one had a RD style fuel pressure gauge.
  6. Guess my next question is. When was the changeover from the RD pump to the Roosa Master? I always thought it was earlier than 1967, which ours was with absolute certainty. I even have the bill of sale when my Great grandfather bought it. SN listed on the bill of sale. It says 67 on the bill too.
  7. Stupid question. Did later 806s have that fuel pressure gauges on them too. The 806 that my Great grandfather had and we had for a few years after he quit farming had one on it. It was a 67 model so it was after they switched over to the Rosa Master pump in production from the RD. I remember that gauge as clear as day.
  8. Grandpa bought ours new in 63. Would really like a different one but the new ones are untouchable and the used ones are high priced. Looked at some New Holland 358s at a auction back in October and didn't get any of them.
  9. You're a member of the Farmhand grinder club too. What model is yours? F-81 C here.
  10. Reichow7120


    Follow the money. If he's pushing for something. Chances are he stands to make money in it. Take for instance his opposition to the XL portion of the Keystone pipeline. He says it's for the climate change. Meanwhile he owns a tic over 14 percent of Canadian National Railroad. No addition to the pipeline network means that oil is going to be transported somehow. Regardless to what the pundits think. He took the Warren Buffett approach here and mark my words he's got money to gain from pushing fake meat.
  11. I guess we're a little OCD. We have a multitude of saws we run for different jobs with different bar lengths. 18 inch to 28 inch. 6 different saws.
  12. I wasn't the first one that read the title and thought there was a 8920 in a boneyard then.
  13. Interesting. Limousines weren't our craziest cattle. Beefmaster was. Anything crossed with Brahma in my books is loads of fun🙄😖
  14. I had this very discussion with my Mom yesterday about how he went to Cancun during all this. My response was " What was his presence going to do? Nothing. All they needed was another politician with their nose stuck in there. Him being in Cancun was probably the best place for him. Out of the way "
  15. Neighbor few years ago had one hang himself like that. Got its head stuck in a heavy duty oil well casing gate they had built. In his struggling to get out he lost his footing and couldn't get back on his feet and ended up strangling himself. My favorite story my Dad has told involved another neighbor who he was helping fill silo with haylage. There was a 10 foot ladder near the silo to get them to the silo rungs. One of his cows got curious and checked out the ladder and in the process got her head stuck between the ladder rungs. I take it it was quite interesting trying to get a ladder
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