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  1. It's been a while since I been to a plow day. We have them in the fall in the Marhasville, Missouri area, when we can get a field to plow. The Missouri River bottoms are excellent farm land, and we can usually get a farmer to let us in his field to plow.
  2. Currently I have two Farmall Cubs, a '47 and a '50, and a '44 Farmall B with Henderson Midget loader. I would love to add a H or a C to the mix.
  3. BTW, this tractor isn't mine - yet.
  4. ran across of a video recently of a guy starting a 1939 John Deere A for the first time in 8 years. Anyways, I browse through some of his videos and then I realize he was from Missouri. Turns out he's only about 30 miles from me. I sent him a message through youtube and then I found myself at this place. He's a Massey Harris guy as that what he used on the farm growing up. But he has two Farmall Hs, a couple of John Deeres, a few Allis Chalmers, a few Olivers and a lot of other interesting things. He has a Fordson with a trip plow sitting next to his drive way as you pull up. Anyways, I dro
  5. A couple of weeks back, after using the '44 B to move some stuff, I took both it and my '47 Cub out for a little jaunt up the side road.
  6. T-Mo

    War Year Tractors

    I have a '44 B, but the gear shift knob is plastic - could be a replacement.
  7. This day seems to go unnoticed by some (as does Pearl Harbor Day). But I want to show respect and honor to all my fellow veterans. I salute you all. Terry Reed E-6 Staff Sergeant US Army 12B Combat Engineer 1978-1985
  8. The front weights are more expensive than the rear weights. I bought two sets of rear weights, one set for the '47 pictured, and one set for my '50 Cub. I got them at JP Tractor Salvage in Fredricktown, Mo, for $60 a set. Front weights, which weigh 25 lbs, go for at least $125 up. BTW, they're the same weights that IH put on the rear of their garden tractors, like the ones on the 782 picture above this post.
  9. T-Mo

    IH Running Gear?

    The previous owner put 4 x 4 wooden blocks under the front bolster - but there is still some movement there.
  10. I picked this up last Friday. It might be an IH running gear, but is it and what model?
  11. Well, I did go and get it. It's a '44 from the serial number. I send off for the free fuel cap last night. The loader is a Henderson, btw.
  12. I would love to find a F-12 or a F-14 in my price range (free or almost free), that is complete and would require little to nothing to get it going.
  13. Thanks, for the welcome. Here are some pictures of my Cubs. The '47 is the one with the blade.
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