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EHauck 122

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  1. EHauck 122

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    If they were properly greased they should come out with vise-grips maybe a wrench hammer and screwdriver needed if not. Our 3588 sat a lot and the pins were pretty stuck but wasnt a big deal.
  2. I would say they used yellow primer. My 1066 has the red under the front axle rubbed off from cornstalks and all and is showing plenty of yellow now.
  3. All of the forums and sources I could find said something roughly the same, I think that 46 number just comes from the 1959 year. Of course we can never know for sure.
  4. Being an original gas, most were diesels
  5. Still not sure of the full story I know it was Mennonite owned and a set of normal rims and 23.1-26 tires came with it they are sitting back there. In the back is a 706 gas with 34 in. rubber and a loader
  6. Purchased this 660 gas last week, and through the power of these forums, found out it’s one of 104! Most things on it are stuck the one I worry most about is the steering. It has a 221 460 motor, Ive got a spare nice running 263 at home to put in. I’m hoping this is next years project for me and my ffa chapter.
  7. Ok thanks for the ideas I think I’ve got a 3/4 tap I’m going to try tomorrow or Tuesday and we’ll see if it works
  8. I am working on hopefully restoring a 1466 but I am diving into things I have never done before. injector number one has been making a hissing noise whenever that cylinder fires it was stuck in pretty bad, i got a new copper fire ring but it didn't fix anything, I'm guessing I need a new injector sleeve but I don't know how to take it out, and I have a spare 436 head could i just swap sleeves? any help would be great I will probably have more questions about the 14 in the future.
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