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  1. 14 hours ago, Matt Kirsch said:

    Wouldn't that be a bogey?

    Sorry, it's early.

    I wonder what would be involved in machining a bearing.

    I don’t golf, but your probably right!🤣

     

    I’m hoping I can source the front one, or a kit yet! The dura bond bearing in the link above show the kit is available, until you order, then before submitting the order it says not all parts are available.  

  2. 7 hours ago, Farmall 1466 said:

    "Brand: Reliance" Oh no, here we go again...

    We are at the point, that’s all we are going to get, so might as well just get used to it.  I don’t want to, but I need an engine running! 

  3. Speaking of to hot, Willow is not liking summer this year, jumped in the 7220, and she jumped in with me, must know it has A/C?! 🤷🏻‍♂️🤣9AC08E8D-C940-4932-832B-D4FF343F8AD3.thumb.jpeg.6b00fbb3d499227298e157a051d6b161.jpegD9DBAC8F-1883-4606-B027-B3A2DB53FF8C.thumb.jpeg.8c6f757f2c03aa48174f563940b04cac.jpeg

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  4. 35 minutes ago, CIHTECH said:

    Last one I done back last summer, ended up having my dealer do a "dealer search" and found a set in ND. They came in, bearings where in original International Harvester parts boxes! 

    That’s how I got the 3 I have, but I’m one short! Par for the course! 🤦🏼‍♂️

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  5. I’m in the process of overhauling a 1256, and I need at least the front cam bearing, or I’d even buy the kit just to proceed with this!! Any help locating a set, or front bearing would be greatly appreciated! 

  6. Make sure you are allowed to have weights on the 3pt first! Around my area, no weights are allowed on the 3pt, period!! Put yourself in the guy hooking the chain to you, would you want to work under those weights? I wouldn’t!!! 

  7. 16 hours ago, jimw said:

    . It did a good job but has quite a little blow by 

    The 88’s do have some blowby, we overhauled our 5488 a few years ago, and it still has blowby.  I think it has something to do with the pistons?! 

  8. 10 hours ago, DT Fan said:

    I haven't reviewed the whole thread, SuperA was tracking 856 numbers. His profile shows he hasn't been on here in a year and a half or so. Don't remember anyone tracking 756.

     

    How do keep track, some sort of spread-sheet? Since there was only about 1/4 as many 756 as 1066, probably not that hard to keep up?

    Yes, spreadsheet, and just keep adding numbers between numbers, I’m pretty vague on descriptions, I shouldn’t be, but I just get the general items listed

  9. 10 hours ago, DT Fan said:

    It would be nice if we had a serial no. list for these things. I've contemplated doing this. Not sure how much work it would be. Any of you guys that track serial nos. give me some insight?

    It takes a little effort, not terrible, it just depends how deep you go to seek them out! I usually grab serial numbers off websites, auction bills, auction websites, the good fellows here, and for sale listings on Craigslist or marketplace if they list them.  I’ve had ok success reaching out to people for the serial number with for sale tractors.

  10. There’s a lot of bioengineered ingredients in the “plant based” meat.  You can’t make plants look and taste like meat, without bioengineering.  The word bioengineering doesn’t sound healthy to me, like beef does! 

  11. 12 hours ago, Big Bud guy said:

    The corn belt must not have any rocks

    I know my part of MN isn’t really considered the corn belt, but it is considered the rock belt! There are some places in our fields where you can’t find dirt! But luckily those places have rock no bigger than a football! We roll all bean ground, should do it after planting, but go before just so the top isn’t tabletop flat for wind erosion, let the planter fluff it up a little again.  Some times I have to turn back and hit the rock a second time to get it pushed in better.  Then the following spring those usually get picked because of less trash left behind. 

  12. 10 hours ago, brahamfireman said:

    Almost positive everything here was straight line winds, every single down tree is facing NE

    That’s where we are thinking tornado, trees behind my dads barn are laying NE, all the trees up in the farm yard, and my yard are laying north, and the back wall that blew out of my shed, the 2x4’s and tin are all scattered  out NW, and a few pieces of tin were retrieved over a 1/2 mile away.  
    1 mile straight south of us, no wind, zero damage, 1/2 mile east no wind, zero damage, 1/2 mile west minimal damage just a tree, here and there, 1 mile SW, that’s where the damage starts, straight north is the most damage, and then stops.  To me that says tornado, not straight line winds?!

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