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About DHF

  • Birthday 03/16/1946

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    somerset county, new jersey
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    tractors, farming, local history

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  1. my father-in-law had an old galion (sp) grader IH 6 cylinder engine all hydraulic i barrowed it couple times for driveways and shaped some waterways with it. pretty cool to run. father-in law got sick brother-in law sold grader. pete
  2. forgot to tell you that was after i broke the factory ones. pete
  3. on my 454 i made them from 1/4 inch by 2 inch angle iron drilled 2 7/8 inch, i think, holes easy peasy. pete
  4. DHF

    Where used?

    maybe top feeder belt on old pull type combine? pete
  5. i have three grandsons two my son's and one my daughter's 17, 19, & 23 years old and i am always pleased with their manners and consideration of other people. pete
  6. very happy birthday stay safe. pete
  7. THANKYOU!! guys and i had a great day. pete
  8. we had one long time ago when were milking cows got used every day and was reliable. if frame and body are good i would buy it if price is fair. apron chain and bearings and seals are available after market if you are a little handy you can keep it going. the pto drives bother beaters and table chain. goodluck. pete
  9. funny thing yesterday. the lower price stations around me are $4.09 and they go up from there. the small station in village was $4.25 i went past saturday morning and it said $3.19 this can't be right but i needed gas so i stopped and filled up yep $3.19 got home sent son and grandson to fill their cars. grandson # 2 was at work he stopped after work, same station, it was $4.19. somebody messed up, oh well. pete
  10. we have been charging $3.00 hanging plus processing customer picks up at butcher shop. looks like we will have to raise price this year with higher feed cost. pete
  11. mine was new in 1996 it is a sundowner 16 ft. i was doing a lot of hauling for the backyard farmers in the area and some you could not fit anything longer in their barn yards. people never consider the hauler when they set up their barnyards some are really hard to get in and and load. the trailer has held up well once we had some thing welded on tailgate and i replaced hinges on tailgate, that and several sets of tires is all we have done to it and we still use it to haul our own livestock. pete
  12. 4-H tractor driving contest at our county fair 1962 or '63 we had choice of 460D or 3010D i wanted 460 it would start run a short time and die. so i had to use JD (finished second). 460 was from the dealer we used so i asked if they found out what was wrong with it. some nice fair goer thought it would be good to drop a cap from a soda canister, 2 inch round dome shaped thing made of cardboard, into fuel tank it would get sucked over fuel outlet and cut off fuel. pete
  13. i cut it twice and it's still too short, story of my life. pete
  14. i have a taratrack which became case 4 cylinder continental engine. my H has more power but tara track better in mud. when i was a kid neighbor had john deere 420 dozer would pull silage wagons when it was muddy. this is when they chopped with an allis WD and small wagons. i think neighbors grandson still has the 420. pete
  15. we got about 2 in. so far wind has not been too bad looking at temp now and it is 1.5 degrees went out at 7:00 to feed animals it was cold but air was still wasn't that bad. when we milked cows i said only reason to not do your work was death, your own! i was younger then. pete
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