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Cummings1486

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  1. Here is one of ours. 1964 model. Originally had a narrow front and clam shell fenders. Dad and the uncle overhauled the motor and put the wide front on back when I was a kid. Repainted it 3 years ago with new 18.4s and has an original ih muffler on it. Just a barn queen now lol. Even got an original radio for it and it works! Hoping to take it to our county fair and possibly 4th of July parade this summer.
  2. I do agree with you on most of that. But in my opinion there is a time and a place to discuss politics and a website that is a platform for tractor enthusiasts is not the place. And most of them I do ignore but it’s just frustrating to see that when you come here to discuss or read what it’s geared towards. This is definitely the greatest website. I was just giving my opinion on the topic of why we don’t see much from certain people anymore.
  3. It’s comments like that that may be some of the reason why we re seeing a decline. I realize age and interest have a factor as well too. I really enjoy this forum and love to see all the pictures and hear everyone’s advice on how to make something better or to fix a problem or someone’s project. I’ve learned quite a bit in my time on here and quite frankly a lot of it has helped me. But in all honesty I don’t come here to discuss politics or listen to other peoples political views. Everyone has and is entitled to their opinion of course. But I hear enough politics on the TV or on the radio, so
  4. How is it not politics? It’s an idea that the current administration is talking about? And a silly unenforceable one at that.
  5. I agree with you! I guess the only reason I said something Was because there was another thread on the same thing yesterday. I guess I just enjoy coming here and reading tractor stuff and talking about that and not political stuff.
  6. Well I agree this is kind of a silly subject and I don’t ever see it happening but, Can we please get back to talking about tractor stuff guys? This is the second post on this after all.
  7. No some do have the washer , you’re correct. We have some with a washer and some with the square plate.
  8. Your best bet is to check at boneyard for the pin. Or check with bates. There is a small rectangular plate that is held in place by a small bolt that screws into the belly of the tractor that holds the pin in place.
  9. Wow those are very strong prices. I’m surprised the non stamped ones brought that much
  10. Sorry to hear Matt. Glad no one was hurt. Prayers for your family.
  11. Right you are on that Matt. I remember dad telling me when he bought the 1486, the deal closer was that they put a chrome pipe on it. Still on it today.
  12. Ok, glad I asked. Wasn’t sure. To me they looked similar. I have one off a 66 series but it’s had a one of the hinges torched off it so besides a few of the parts it’s pretty much junk. I found one online from an 86 series so wasn’t sure. Thanks for the info
  13. Is the hydraulic seat suspension the same on a 1486 as a 1256? They look the same to me but maybe I’m not seeing something. I found one that was out of an 86 series and would like to put it in the 1256.
  14. 30 bucks to get into an auction??! Wow they must not be making enough on the commission plus all the buyers and sellers fees too. You want me to pay to get into an auction as a potential buyer? What’s wrong with this picture?
  15. Top pic is mid 80s and bottom is today.
  16. Ohh gotcha. Makes sense. Can’t beat finding an original especially in near perfect shape. The black one I found is ok shape. The backrest is almost perfect but the seat cushion needs some help. If you’d ever want to sell the white one let me know!!
  17. Say Matt, I believe that 1466 is supposed to have a black tombstone seat, I’ve been looking for a white in for the 1256. That 14 would look much better with that black one! And I just happen to have a black one!
  18. You’ll need the support that bolts to the belly and then the pin and retention bolt and little square piece that holds it in place. The draw bar then rests on the support at the rear of the tractor below the pto
  19. It is an original ih filter that’s been stored inside and good shape. I have used NOS filters before and never had any problems. If they have rust around the top of the cylinder then I would toss it but that’s not the case here.
  20. Ok thank you for the replies, appreciate it
  21. So this would work on a 1486 then?
  22. Anyone know what engine oil filter number 675616c91 fits? Thank you.
  23. I paid 100 for one at the bone yard last fall
  24. I bought 12 on a local sale here a few weeks back for 100 a weight for stamped ones. Seems to be the going rate. 75 pounders closer 125
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