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Adam1256

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About Adam1256

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  • Birthday 02/18/1983

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    Cape Girardeau, MO

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  1. That’s not even fair, tease us with this great story, and no pictures of the restored tractor! 😁 Great story, can’t wait to see pictures of the final results!
  2. Must be NOS, most days I need about as much as a Deere does to get started 😁
  3. Just came in the mail tonight, thought it was perfect.
  4. Does anyone have a wedge lock tool they wouldn’t mind measuring the length and diameter of the bolts on? Thinking about building my own version, the horseshoe style would be hard to get on with the wheel weights that are currently on the tractor, and that I am trying to remove.
  5. Does anyone have a wedge lock tool they wouldn’t mind measuring the length and diameter of the bolts on? Thinking about building my own version, the horseshoe style would be hard to get on with the wheel weights that are currently on the tractor, and that I am trying to remove.
  6. Simple solution, get another, slightly larger tractor. I mean who doesn’t need another tractor anyway?😁 Seriously, an 806, or maybe a 1256, not sure where you are located, but in my area both can be found rather affordably
  7. Made it all the way through, started in first grade, and got my Eagle Scout during my senior year of high school. One of the top things that made me who I am today
  8. Baker has some cool aerial shots hanging on the wall of that dealership, one with either letter, or 300 type tractors around, and one with two 2+2’s out front
  9. I am going to have to replace the rear ball pivot, it worked loose some time before I owned it and is now bent. I had considered trying to find a 1456 axle before I sold the loader, and since considered going back to the original, but given the cost of acquiring, and rebuilding a salvage WF, and the bolster, think I will leave it alone for now, and just fix the few issues this 66 front end has. Besides, a full stack of weights on the front should hide that adapter plate fairly well
  10. We’re in the same boat here too, wish I could take credit for it, it was that way when I bought the tractor
  11. Howdy, how are things in your part of the world?
  12. The tractor had a loader on it when I bought it, I assume it was swapped in to replace a worn out/ broken wide front. It is growing on me, just felt like the 56 series front end with the wet bolster was a cleaner look. This will probably only be a parade/show tractor when done, but I think I may leave the 66 front end under it, and see how it looks painted up. Maybe I should get the design and build them for others who want to do a similar swap
  13. Here is the spacers to match for the rear support
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