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About 756puller

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  • Birthday 10/28/1984

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  1. Best thing I ever did was put a flatbed on mine. To me it makes it alot move versatile.
  2. I agree I was born in 84 and grew up in the 90s. Everything just seemed to be better back than. If you got offended you just shook your head and walked away and waited til the next day. Nowadays you get offended jump on youtube or Facebook and whine like a baby and you get a thousand people to coddle you.
  3. Pends how good of an air hammer you have. Usually just have to heat and soak and keep working at it. To get the pin up far enough you'll have to jack up the other side to lower the opposite side of the axle.
  4. Makes me glad I am sometimes able to get some of that moldy big iron money.
  5. Like everyone said clutch is straight forward. The rear end shouldn't be to bad. Had one apart a few years ago for the over under shifting. If it's not staying in gear that should be some sort of detent issue in the shift linkage.
  6. I'm just curious, place I wrench at on weekends had me do two 1066s. One I overhauled and basically sat a year. They were using it to go feed cows. As they were going it just slowly started loosing speed. I did use reliance in those. Guy that owns the shop said put the kit in. Thinking a ring has locked up the motor tight.
  7. What's everyone been hating reliance overhaul kits for?
  8. My aussie bear, working dog that only watches you as you eat if front of him.
  9. There's actually a parking stand that flips down. Previous owner just threw a jack In there. Flip the stand down and than get it worked off the ball. The neck it tilted right now from the cylinders giving a bit.
  10. I plan on repairing the bad spots.
  11. https://youtu.be/6GATjoId-b0 It's the neck that moves
  12. Well I pulled the trigger. It's going to be some work but I think it will be a very nice trailer when I'm done. It's 8ftx33ft with an electric over hyd tilting gooseneck.
  13. It's bill of sale. Claims to be home made but looking around theres trail-eze trailers that look just like it
  14. Gooseneck hitch is cheaper that a trailer
  15. im not sure just the idea of being able to have the bed tilt up and be able to pull a tractor on seems appealing.
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