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Eason

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  1. You probably need to "girdle" the rear end as the housing is near the end of it's limit with 70-80 horsepower.
  2. 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.
  3. The filters are NLA from CaseIH or Vintage parts. Where are you guys getting filters for the 350 diesels, specifically oil and fuel filters?
  4. There's guys down here running Dondi ditchers on hydro 100's and 186s down here. Never heard of a problem with them.
  5. 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.
  6. Once in a while we still get IH belts in. I think we have 4 or 5 in stock now.
  7. If you are looking to use a 544 backing plate make sure it's for a 544 FARMALL. The Farmall is based off of a 656 driveline, the utility is based off of a 504.
  8. Rick my 1026 came with 7.50 x 16 6 bolt fronts and 16.9 x 38 rear with clamp style rears. It's going to have 11 x 16 and 18.4 x 38s when I'm finished
  9. Hi clears always draw attention. 18440 Farmall 100s made. No idea of how many were hi clears. 66290 140 Farmalls were made with 2861 being hi clears. Obiously if it's a 100 hi clear it would be rarer. These numbers do not count the International versions of each model.
  10. Eason

    Gov Deals

    Anybody on here buy the Hydro 84 that was owned by Brooks McCormick? Last I looked it was at $4600 2450 hours, Sold on Tuesday 7/25/23
  11. There's a guy that sets up at Red Power. IIRC his name is Paul. He sells a lot of original manuals.
  12. Looks like a Taco Tractor.
  13. I can remember new tractors at Lilley International with mismatched paint. They were so bad, IH sent all new decals and paid to have the tractors repainted.
  14. Rick thoughts and prayer for you and your nephew from NC
  15. Penfield 2002 was for the 100th anniversary. BEST show I've been to by far!
  16. I believe it's in the 1969 or 1970 full line buyer's guide, but shows a IH implement pulled by a Massey tractor.
  17. Darius Harms had one. I think his family still owns it.
  18. Eason

    CO 1700

    Late 1964 or later by the cab marker lights. 304 engine.
  19. John Deere engines have a very narrow torque curve. A DT-466 would be a much better swap. It would be easier to buy a older S-series IH and mount the R-190 body to the S-series frame.
  20. There's a 826 hydro gold demo near me. If the farmer gave it to me it would be tough to restore. $5000 for the hydro, $4000 for the engine, $2500 for the tires and no telling what the missing parts would cost you. 826s are the most common of the demos. Hines repair had a decent 826 on the IH auction page and it had only 1 bid at $10k. In my opinion $4k would be a plenty.
  21. I live about 275 mi east of Charlotte and that's as close as I want to get. I have a good friend that moved to Denver NC (30 miles north of Charlotte) and he loves it. He was from Green Bay Wi. Say the car culture is great and the people as so much nicer. He wished he had done it years earlier. As for hurricanes Charlotte was hit with one of the worst hurricanes to hit the east coast, remember Hugo.
  22. Eason

    4586

    Matt PM me with your phone #. There's several in a yard near me.
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