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Red_Man

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  • Birthday 11/08/1948

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    Central KY (E'Town)
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    I collect Farmalls and 1/16th scale farm toys, and play guitar.

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  1. Wow, I've never seen that many hours on a combine. I'd think the sides of the separator would be worn through!
  2. I have a '62 460 Diesel that had leaks on the valve body, my former Ih dealer rebuilt it and I still had a leak. I took it back to them and they tore it down again, there was one o ring in the very bottom of the body that they missed. Replaced that o ring and it's been dry since.
  3. I actually got to meet Mikey and shake his hand at the Red Power Roundup in Lebanon, TN, nice gent!
  4. Call Mike at Steel Wheel Ranch in Everesr KS, he is great to deal with!
  5. Is that one of the tractors that Wardner had, he was from MA and used to be a member here before he passed?
  6. I read here about day, but seldom post anymore.
  7. Bluegrass Tools were handled by Belknap Hardware, a wholesale warehouse near the Ohio river close to 1st and Main St. It was several stories tall, I remember going there with my dad to pick up 50 pound boxes of nails, hammers, etc when they were building hog houses on the farm. Belknap has been gone for many years. They had excellent hammers, saws, shovels, axes, hatchets, hoes, and a host of other tools.
  8. We had Deere number 5 and number 8 mowers when I was growing up. We had a tool for laying a sickle in to remove and replace sections, and to lay guards in to remove and replace ledger plates.
  9. My Pappaw had one in his basement that we moved to my dad's after Pap passed, it was all that 4 of us young stout men could do to carry it back then!
  10. I haven't been able to get on it since before 11:00 A.M.
  11. Beautiful job, but it needs a shiny muffler instead of the black one!
  12. Weren't they primarily used on '06 and '56 series tractors? I guess I've seen them on '66 pullers as well.
  13. Man, I hate to hear this Byron, I had talked to Roger on the phone a few times over the years, but I never did get to meet him. You and me are getting to be the old farts on here now!
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