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andrewn269

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About andrewn269

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  • Birthday 08/10/1975

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  1. No, but have to remember that there are different heights of fenders, so these are the correct height might have come off a c60 I really don’t know for sure but took some looking to find correct ones
  2. Yep I would say baler also but original term is hay press, maybe because even the big ones had to be hand tied?
  3. Lot of BNs around here got turned into John’s forklifts
  4. Here is video of one is 1/3 scale of original. these bales bring good money, just have to market them
  5. Has anyone built one? Have the plans just curious if anyone has any tips or tricks?
  6. Might have a wiring diagram will have to check tomorrow if I remember
  7. Dad bought it new in 79/80 not sure exactly when helper is my nephew. The dealer on the sticker is no longer in business but I had sticker made just because I worked there from 92-97 when they closed
  8. Discount hydraulic hose. Com have a Parker karry krimp and get fittings and hose from them. Can’t stock all the fittings but have a good selection of all the ones I have on most equipment, and a lot of adaptors. Very rarely can I not make a hose not work. Thanks for reminding me bout time to put an order together for spring time
  9. A piece of brake line with a bend at one end hangs on the funnel and works good
  10. Bates Corp in indiana, I’m sure they will ship
  11. I would suggest replacing rod bolts. I believe it is highly recommended to do so!
  12. Pull seat, pull seat/shifter sheet metal, remove snap ring and couple linkages, work shifter handles off, clean stuff up and emery cloth shaft, put it back together, bushings are small, can push them in with a vise. CNH is expensive for them they a standard 7/8x1x1 oillite bushing. At least I think that the size
  13. Do u disassemble it all and clean, if so hone bushings a little
  14. Send them emails! They need to hear from us. They did respond said was suppose to be up in December sent them email in November
  15. U remove this banjo fitting and it bolts in place, can see empty bolt holes in picture
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