Eason

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About Eason

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  • Birthday 12/28/1958

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    Williamston -north eastern North Carolina
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    Anything IH

    IH & NC State; only the best are red & white.

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  1. Eason

    What DT466 engine can I swap into my IH4386

    Isn't 1995 when they went to electronic engines?
  2. Eason

    Hope he had insurance.

    He was late making a payment!!!
  3. Eason

    IH Cub Cadet 682 Restoration

    I'm not going to argue with you. As for experience with Cub Cadets I started mowing at age 7 with an early original. It was so early that it did not have the hole for a creeper and had a little more orange in the paint than federal yellow. My dad bought it new when Cub Cadets first came out. I've owned over 15 cub cadets and 3 cadets of which 2 were spirit of 76s.
  4. Eason

    IH Cub Cadet 682 Restoration

    Well Mr. Know it all. If you read my post earlier I said the above tractor was an IH built tractor with the red axles. MTD built tractors were black. And with your attitude I really don't care what you say.
  5. Eason

    340 s

    There were also some Farmall 340 high clears with dropped axle housings specially made for Chisholm-Ryder.
  6. Eason

    IH Cub Cadet 682 Restoration

    Put them side by side and you can see the difference. Ask Ken Updike if you don't believe me.
  7. Eason

    IH Cub Cadet 682 Restoration

    The MTD built Cub Cadets DID NOT use 2150 and 935. They are a shade or 2 off. IH did not let them use 2150.
  8. Eason

    buying a car treatments?

    When I worked for a dealership in 1985 we added $395 to the sticker price. It cost the dealer about $25 and allowed the dealer to give you "more" for your trade in.
  9. Eason

    Differences in 2+2s?

    Here's something I noticed. The Super 70s had their own cab interior. The ones I've seen had a brown interior, not Western. Did any of the 50 series use the brown interior?
  10. Eason

    Another fine mess i got myself into..

    Love those old hi-boys and the Jackman rims on the trailer!!!
  11. Eason

    Happy Birthday today

    Thank you! This is a big one, I'm 60 today which makes me join the "old fart" club.
  12. Eason

    Merry Christmas

    Hope everyone gets to spend some time with friends and family over the Holidays. Try and remember the true meaning of Christmas. Merry Christmas Eason
  13. Eason

    Differences in 2+2s?

    The Super 70s were a continuation of the 2 + 2 concept. Because of some of the negatives some farmers had of the 2 + 2, IH changed the tractor to warrant calling it the Super 70 series. They have a longer wheelbase, much heavier front axles, which could be dualed, STS transmissions, heavier lift capacities, and higher hydraulic pump capacity. IH NEVER referred to the 7288 and 7488 as a 2 + 2
  14. Eason

    Newest addition with unexpected arrival

    I'm living proof. I was 3 months early, mom turn her foot over and fell out the back steps. I was born Dec 28, 2lbs 4 oz. Mom was due early to mid March. I spent 3 months in an isolette. I'll be 60 the 28th of this month. Think of all the advancements in medicine and technology in the past 60 years. I'm a living miracle. Prayers for you and your family.
  15. Eason

    Humor, funniest things your kids have said

    A friend of mines dad had a chevy 2wd pickup. Both his sons had Dodge 4wd trucks. The father was riding one of the sons daughters around the farm and got stuck on a waterway drain and had to call one of his sons for help. The granddaughter informed her grandad that if he had a goat on the hood and a stick on the floor he wouldn't have got stuck!