nomorejohndeere

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    southwest Missouri Ozarks
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    1938 D15 pickup
    1941 K6 ? dump

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  1. nomorejohndeere

    TD18 at Steam Show

    https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/grd/d/ih-international-td-18a-dozer/6770632732.html Came off a 1953 International TD 18A Dozer. Purchased from construction company auction out of Richmond Indiana. Also have the carburetor, nuts, bolts, pistons, hoods & other random parts. I have very little knowledge about this stuff, but I have enough sense not to scrap it. I'd be happy to get this stuff out of my barn and into the hands of someone that needs/wants it. Been stored inside barn Heads marked 258891-R5 I did not purchase the dozer, but I do have additional photos of it as well. Let's make a deal? What do you need? Will add more pics as I get time. Located in Ridgeville Indiana - hour south of Fort Wayne. Text or call 765-238-0595
  2. nomorejohndeere

    Nice old tractor with unique ROPS

    Run Off Perspiration System
  3. nomorejohndeere

    Other Speed increaser uses?

    just out of curiosity does it turn the same direction as the pto on output side?
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    Keep going or stop in tracks?

    comet or bar keepers friend or ajax etc. will clean and polish out the oxidation
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    When deers go feral

    I wonder if the scent lock clothes he had on contained the s*(& in his pants
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    You think farming's tough here

    Just wait until the Indians have had enough of us
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    Reese Hitch

    I've seen 3 rusted out. And a few mangled from jack knife with the trailer tongue not damaged. Some are made well enough....some aren't so much.
  8. nomorejohndeere

    Working a TD25C in modern times?

    I worked on a pipeline dynamite crew and helped an operator transport one similar through several miles of right of way. It rained the night before and was all exposed red clay. Those grousers hit me in the chest when I stood next to it and man what a mess. It was my job to hop off and open all the rope gates as we moved through. We had one hill to climb so steep it took 3 slides down before it was able to crawl and wiggle and zig zag to the top. The operator told me "don't jump off". A couple days later it got hung up in a ravine with the ripper sunk in. I witnessed some impressive use of track hoes getting it out. You must have some serious work to do.
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    T-340 vs t-340a

    I going off memory which is not a good idea I think there was a larger ci engine offered in later models, maybe 170 ci or so
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    Truck navigation ap?

    so you're saying they used the turn by turn directions without looking where it was taking them first and then blaming the gps does a paper map warn of tight spots?
  11. nomorejohndeere

    Truck navigation ap?

    gps my shop address you end up at the southern starting point of the road, about 5 miles south use a map or atlas to find my shop you only find the road
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    Truck navigation ap?

    atlas only as good as the people making it
  13. nomorejohndeere

    Truck navigation ap?

    gps is a digital atlas
  14. nomorejohndeere

    What front end is this?

    looks similar to what White used
  15. nomorejohndeere

    Where to buy airplane tires for rotary cutter??

    tractor dealers usually have an outlet some industrial tire supply places, look for your local fork lift tire guy Gensco in Texas will send them to you, mounted on a new wheel or not, full of foam or not be aware there are several sizes if you want to match what you have or get two of them so you can keep things level.