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  1. About $500 cheaper than a Farmall version. Dad bought a new one ( diesel 544 Row-crop utility gear drive) in 69. I have a 656 and a 544 diesel row-crop utility hydro. I used to own the 656 demo that was at Stu Parquett's. They were very
  2. We sell viscosity ultraction for $110 for a 5 gallon bucket.
  3. Perdue Farms had a fleet of Freightliner six door medium duty trucks for their chicken crews back in the day. They now contract it out and the crews run dually E-350 vans and tow a fork lift on a trailer
  4. That's not coming up a good number in the CaseIH parts book.
  5. My 784 started up and instantly cut off. I got off and used another tractor. I came back to it 2 months later put some fuel in it and bled the lines and started it up. It now runs about 1200 rpm and has no response to the position of the throttle lever. I've put ATF in the diesel fuel tank and it hasn't loosened up anything yet. Any ideas what to do?
  6. Thanks Guys! Bitty I'll try to get there!
  7. A leaf spring is available through CNH parts. We keep them in stock.
  8. Neighbor had a 4630 open station, no ROPS. Odd looking to be sure.
  9. Looks like a late model 475 right before the CaseIH changeover.
  10. 56 series around 1968 or 69. The 544 Farmall was also available with a ROPS as well. The utilities were a little later.
  11. Someone mentioned the 7/8000 series John Deeres, That had to be the worst new product introduction ever. A LOT of those tractors spent a lot of time in the shop and farmers still kept buying them. IF that had been us they would have left Case or IH in droves.
  12. #1 IH DIDN'T go bankrupt! CASE didn't have anything to sell but the 94 series.
  13. I sold one of the first Magnums in NC, early spring of 1988. That tractor had IH part numbers all over it.
  14. My 784 came with 15.5 x 38 rice and canes and 7.50 x 16 fronts. 18.4 x 30 were more common on the 6/784s down here.
  15. According to the manual it will go to exactly 60 inch centers. The concave of the wheel dish in and the mounting lug of the rim on the outside will set the rim at 60 inches.
  16. Love the stepside bed on the Ford! We need more pictures of that rig!!
  17. IIRC the 815 had a 304 and the 915 had a 345
  18. Look at your vin tag, 193 hp =304, 196 hp = 345 That's what it came with,
  19. I've seen 6.9s and 7.3 idis in one but your problem is going to be the computer.
  20. You probably need to "girdle" the rear end as the housing is near the end of it's limit with 70-80 horsepower.
  21. The exhaust is on the right side of the engine. It's a cross flow head. Check with some of the construction equipment salvage yards. Some of the construction equipment used turboed 310s or 358s.
  22. The filters are NLA from CaseIH or Vintage parts. Where are you guys getting filters for the 350 diesels, specifically oil and fuel filters?
  23. There's guys down here running Dondi ditchers on hydro 100's and 186s down here. Never heard of a problem with them.
  24. Troy just the opposite here. I had a friend who had a 20 or 2630 Deere. They liked the tractor but it would start in cold weather. They went to t. he Deere dealer and tried a 2640. It wouldn't start either. They went across town to the IH dealer a tried a 784. It started on right up and they bought it on the spot.
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