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  1. Went today, never been before. 1. Very impressed with the vendors buildings. Everything you could ever want red related. 2. Not as much diversity of tractors as I would of liked. Didn't see any big old traction engines, moguls, titans, 8-16's. 3. Lots of letter series, '06's and of course 60 series, since they were featured. 4. Lots of Cub Cadet stuff. 5. Not many later tractors; 56's, 66's, no 2+2's. 6. Very few implements. 7. Very few original tractors. Like to see them! 8. Thought it would be larger. Smaller because it's in the east this year? 9. It was HOT! 10. What's with the food vendors? It looked like a carnival midway. I enjoy eating at the local places. All in all enjoyed seeing all the red power fans, and meeting people and vendors I had done mail order business with. Great people and kindred spirits.
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    Going for the first time on Thursday in Bloomsburg PA. I don’t see much on the show website about different attractions and events. I’m supposing it’s a big show and I’ll only be there half a day with livestock to feed back home. Any tips on things “not to be missed” while I’m there?
  3. This was the white and orange stuff I used in the ‘70’s...smelled like oranges. Melted the plastic pieces so they would NEVER come apart!
  4. I rebuilt mine last winter and put this how-to post on Yesterday's Tractors: http://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1339980 Scroll down to the bottom to read the step-by-step. Hope this helps.
  5. when I come to this forum, I want to read about old farmalls, not people spouting off about the environment, one way or the other. I can find those arguments every place else on the web.
  6. I did. They fit. The only difference I found was the 504 fenders have grab handles on them, the 560 doesn't.
  7. Around here: If you have half your wood and half your hay on Groundhog Day you're in good shape.
  8. I used the parts from Steiner too. Just had to hone the bushings a bit to get proper fit on the shafts. Works great.
  9. Must have been modified for some particular use. Here is a factory BN. Lots of them around here in upstate NY.
  10. A BN was a narrow tread B. It was not an A with a narrow front. Both rear axles were the same length, just narrower.
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