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Millemon88

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  1. I will get some for you when the weather gets better and I go out there.
  2. Yep it's in great shape. Just gotta take the old rubber flooring out and the carpet off the top of the cab and clean it up and replace with new. There old and falling apart is all.
  3. Here are some pictures.
  4. Thank you. I will be buying some batteries for it but first I will recharge and retest. Thank you. This is the first tractor I have had to work on. It's a learning curve for me. I was a underground miner before and I had to work on the equipment underground at times. This tractor will mostly be used for snow for now until get more settled.
  5. It's a koyker k5 quick detach loader on it. And as for trailer it costed me 150 a day. But I used it for the weekend for a one day cost. Everything is there and it's in good shape. I just need to clean up the inside of the cab some and get the steering column area bolted back together.
  6. Hahaha will do ill get some more tonight. Here is one from when I got it.
  7. Thank you all. I am planning on getting the manuals before summer. Most of the work i plan to do this summer when I gets warm.
  8. Hello everyone. I'm new to the forum and new to the 1066. I just bought a 74 1066 with only 4200 hrs. I'm not the most knowledgeable when it comes to working on tractors. I have a good friend that is willing to help that knows alot more than me. Any way I need to move the rear wheel on the left side. It currently sits about a half an inch from the cab. The other side is farther out. I was curious if anyone knew the socket size for the wedge bolt? Next when I picked up the tractor it started up just fine. By the time I made the 6 hr journey home the tractor was dead. I got it jumped and off the
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