Jump to content

B.B.

Members
  • Content Count

    1,371
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

687 Excellent

About B.B.

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southern IN
  • Interests
    Tractors/RC planes/Shooting/Anything with a motor :)

Recent Profile Visitors

2,461 profile views
  1. You can come do the bushings on my 1586 now that you have practiced! Looking good!
  2. I think it would be hard to beat a 50cc saw with a 20" bar if you only had one chainsaw. I bought several years ago a Cub Cadet 5018 (50cc 18" bar) really cheap new in box on ebay. I quickly bought a 20" bar and it made a really nice saw out of it. I actually use that saw quite a bit. I have a smaller Stihl saw with I think a 16" bar and a Stihl 371 (I think) with a 24" that I use for bigger stuff. I got a great deal on a little top handle Echo saw that was the bees knees for trimming and fence line work, but gave it to my best buddy as he had wore his ou
  3. Want your money back? It's just money and where else can you have that much fun for 2K?
  4. B.B.

    986

    It's because the 986 was going to be so awesome they had to put the 436 in it! 986 may or may not be my favorite IH tractor...
  5. Not to mention the TA "shifts" every time you step on the clutch because the dump valve dumps the pressure to it. The other thing that's not mentioned is if you have a heavy load and you are going down a steep hill the high side clutches are much bigger and probably should be used instead of the low side so you don't over run the TA. And from the condition of some of these 40 plus year old tractors it's amazing anything on them still works!
  6. Hey thanks for the pics. Lovely 1086 but what size are those rears?
  7. Hey thanks for the pics. Lovely 1086 but what size are those rears?
  8. B.B.

    IH Memes

    Just a few I made
  9. B.B.

    IH Memes

    Just a few I made
  10. You reminded me of a childhood memory I'd just as soon forget. Dad picked some ear corn with an old Oliver single row picker and a wagon obviously behind it. One year it got late in the year, I am thinking it was probably November by the time we got around to picking it, ground was wet and soft, and yeah that story about keeping the chain tight yep! Somewhere in that the pin slipped out of the drawbar that held the draw bar to the tractor so it appeared the picker was still hooked up so a quick tug with the front tractor quickly had an unhooked picker and only the half shaft of the p
  11. I’m going to need to see pics of this 1086
  12. Chrome being the key word I think! Dissipates heat more gooder! LOL
×
×
  • Create New...