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IH766

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About IH766

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  • Birthday 06/01/1995

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  • Location
    Ochre River, Manitoba, Canada
  • Interests
    Farming, Firefighting, International Harvester Equipment

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  1. I pulled a Hesston 1014 home about 50 miles with a gas 3/4 ton. Was only 14 ft but probably not a huge difference in weight. Truck handled it no problem
  2. I never posted much to begin with, and with a new job, the farm, and the general "vibe" around here recently, I haven't been visiting the site as much lately. I did get the chance to see a SW-6 with a T/A and live pto/hydraulics while visiting a neighbor the other day. He also had a 656 that was originally from Iowa sitting there as well
  3. I'm looking more at a flexi coil 62 or 65. Wheeled booms. Can't say for sure what pump requirements would be, I'll have to check in the morning
  4. It'll most likely be a wheeled unit. Chances are the only hydraulics will be for the pump.
  5. We're fairly flat here, almost as bad as Saskatchewan. Whatever unit I end up with won't be very fancy. Most likely manual fold but I'm gonna shoot for hydraulic boom lift
  6. I haven't bought a unit yet so I dont know to be honest. It's either going to be a Brandt or flexi coil unit. I'm assuming I'd need some sort of flow regulator in line to regulate flow to the pump? Should I be worried about excess heat?
  7. I wouldn't be putting down more than 10 gallons an acre typically, but booms would be anywhere from 60' to 95'. Ideally 80'
  8. Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a pull type sprayer, I'll be running it with the 1086 with open center hydraulics, which I've read will have a hard time running a hydraulic pump. Would it work to mount a pto pump on the tractor, and power the hydraulic pump like that? Or should I go with a straight pto powered unit? The hope is that we're going to upgrade to a tractor with closed center hydraulics in the near future. This is the pump I'm thinking. Use the flow from this pump to power the hydraulic sprayer pump, and then if we switch tractors, I can just run the hydraulic pump.
  9. Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a pull type sprayer, I'll be running it with the 1086 with open center hydraulics, which I've read will have a hard time running a hydraulic pump. Would it work to mount a pto pump on the tractor, and power the hydraulic pump like that? Or should I go with a straight pto powered unit? The hope is that we're going to upgrade to a tractor with closed center hydraulics in the near future. This is the pump I'm thinking. Use the flow from this pump to power the hydraulic sprayer pump, and then if we switch tractors, I can just run the hydraulic pump.
  10. It's been my experience that those two typically don't make things boring either
  11. Any chance the hand pump is leaking?
  12. I'm just gonna say it, I'm jealous. That would be the cats a** for getting around our corrals.
  13. We're looking at a few different vehicles out there, mainly a later Chevy Equinox or GMC Terrain. I've heard of issues with the timing chain in the 2.4l engines from 2010-2012, just wondering if anyone on here has a newer model, or any idea if those issues are still present? We're pretty open to any brand right now, so any input/info on other makes/models would be super
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