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  1. On 5/22/2024 at 9:13 AM, Dirt_Floor_Poor said:

    There were just a lot of 20 series Deere tractors built in that horsepower range. Looking at 3020, 4000, 4020, and 4320 numbers is pretty eye opening. It’s around 289,000 by my count. 

    Here are the numbers I came up with 806, 826, 856, and 966 through 1972 100723

    706, 756, and 766 through 1972 66044

    1206,1256, 1026, and 1066 through 1972 to compete with the 4320 37920 

    Total 289,000 to IH's 204687. NOTE this doesn't count British, Australian, and Mexican, production numbers but does include both standard and Farmall versions

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  2. I've owned 4 544s, F544 gear drive, F544d hydro demo, I 544D utility row crop and a 2544D industrial. I still have the I 544D utility row crop and a 2544D industrial. I prefer the Farmall to run all day. Big roomy platform and controls easy to reach.

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  3. I sell a lot of Hy-Capacity parts at work. I sell more than the mega dealers 4 stores around me. I haven't had any problems or complaints with them.

  4. 11 hours ago, hillman said:

    believe me I know it we had an H with a loader and W4 with loader

     . To say one was better than the other is a stretch, 

     You guys didn't get the B250 ( 1956) or B275 (1958)? they were light years ahead of brand X utility tractors. if they had decent steering they were the first acceptable loader tractor IMHO

    We had the B-275 and B-414 Here in the southeast. Decent tractors but not as well thought of as a Massey 35 or the small Fords. Most were diesels and noted for their hard starting and hard steering.

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  5. A customer came in and was looking for a moldboard for his fast hitch plow to pull with his 200 Farmall. The plow moldboard part number is 520192R1. It's no longer available from CaseIH. Anybody have any ideas?  Thanks Eason

  6. On 3/4/2024 at 7:48 AM, jnbru said:

    In Alabama No title's on bumper pull trailers.  Personal farm use trailer no tag's required; however, personal use non farm trailer require tag's.  Now that being said on anything for hire tag's and title's on them also.  However trailers over 25 years old the titles are no longer used.  

    Bumper pull for farm use doesn't have to be tagged for farm use but only within a 50 mile radius of the base of operation. State of NC

  7. In NC you can buy a permanent tag for $75. Dealership I work at had been paying $18 a year for over 30 years. I had to go pick up a lawn mower and realized the tags were out. I asked the boss for $75  He asked what for. I told him about the tags. It now has permanent  tags on it.

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  8. On 2/19/2024 at 6:35 PM, CIHTECH said:

    Eason, 

    Numbers on turbo are 600-590-.010.....I found a NOS today for him. 

     

    Glen glad you were able to help him out. I've tried to send several customers to you for injection pump problems.

  9. A customer called me about a turbo on a 1969 856.  He was surprised to hear that the turbo was added on and not factory. He's looking a new turbo and the numbers on the turbo are 408 896-010  Does this make sense to anyone ?

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