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    Any one else doing this today?

    Nope, my day will consist of feeding cows, putting a third axle under a trailer, and smoking a turkey for our crew. When it comes to the smoker or BBQ, that's my assigned task😀
  2. Yes, as stated on your tube choice. Receiver tube can be purchased in any legnths you want from your steel providers. Just costs more
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    International R-220 Questions/Advice

    I picked up a kb7 years ago for the bd 269, once I had it, I couldn't part it so I started another restore. It had a stuck piston. After soaking for weeks and nothing, I took pan off, caps off and was able to get a block of wood on the offending connecting rod, using a jack I was able to use the weight of the truck to apply light pressure to it and left it that way. Next day it had moved and broke free, being a restore I still pulled the motor to hone the cylinders and re-ring, but in your case it may help get you running Mark
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    Stolen weights

    Yup, can speak from experience, last year had a plasma cutter stolen and hit the pawn shop by the next week. My opinion is, at least this neck of the woods, there isn't a "straight" pawn shop out there. Example, you take a ratty looking young girl walks in with a plasma cutter that's brand new, "doesn't need it anymore", but doesn't have the hose/line hand grip and they don't think it's stolen? They still gave her some candy money and hope she brings more back in so they can make a killing
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    TD 6 compression release lever

    Crazy how the hours on these machines take their tole on the parts. Your "coupler" looks great compared to mine before I "rebuilt" it with a welder. My cltch material wasn't to the rivets though. I'm amazed my couper didn't give up as the teeth were almost totally gone
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    Any go kart builders?

    Years ago, kids were in high school, for a shop project I let them strip down a Toyota Tercel 4 door car. They shortened it by 4 feet, took the roof off welded a roll cage and pipe doors. Then put atv tires on in place of the radials. Only go kart I know of with a heater😁😁. Probably a bit much for your daughter, but it did teach them to drive a clutch. Also bought a 4 wheeler for grandkids, it has a screw you screw in or out to limit the throttle movement as well as the remote to kill it, haven't had to use the remote yet Mark
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    I'm calling it KB7

    Changed my distributor over to electronics. Starts so much better. Had to position it differently than the paperwork said to get it installed correctly Mark
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    Follow up MF65

    Nice loader, back hoe or? Pics be great
  9. Very good question, my td9 has the same setup. Does anyone know what pressures these gauges are taking if we were looking to replace with and aftermarket one?
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    I'm calling it KB7

    I am no expert on identification, but I do have a kb7 I am in a long term restore Mark
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    Anyone here from Idaho?

    Yes, up north, 40 miles from the Canadian border. Anyone close by?
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    Ever had a small bike for a runabout?

    I grew up on an old school Suzuki, I think ts 110. Yours have the lever to change gears from trail to street? Heavy as a tank, but would go anywhere As for 3 wheelers, I would stay far, far away from them, love our 4 wheelers though
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    Hay tonage per cow

    Last few winter's I been feeding big rounds of alfalfa/grass mix. Been avg 6ton per cow easily.
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    What model of Ford?

    All this talk of the to20, I can't help myself but say my dad had one as our only tractor for digging, loading and all work needed done clearing and such. Not much power but would start no matter what time of year. As s matter of fact I now have it and still use it often. My newer power steering tractors leave it sitting more often than not, but still a great tractor for it's time
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    Went in for my first repair work

    Preaching like others, but pt it is the deciding factor in how well you rebound. Had hip surgery twice, first failed, second was a replacement, best thing since toilet paper. Hope all goes well for you. It's a new lease on life to not have all that pain every minute of your day. Happy for you Mark