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  1. That 1456 sure turned out nice!! Looks great guys!!! @Dmnstr8r What is up with the tach? I’ve never seen one like that??
  2. Thank for your serial number! The nearest numbers to your tractor, so far, are, 16768 was at a dealer in PA, and 16825 was parted out in WI.
  3. Thank you for your serial number! Nearest I have to your number are, 7950 was sold on auction in OH, and 8014 is a member’s tractor in TX.
  4. I actually had your tractor listed from the previous owner. So I updated the information to the serial number. Nearest serial numbers I have to yours so far are, 32888 located in MN, and 32969 was sold on auction in IN. Thank you again!
  5. Neighbor had a 1066 with those auxiliary tanks
  6. Sorry for your loss! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»
  7. Here is the cabby before the makeover!
  8. Evan got his truck done, and made it to MATS!! That truck is a factory day cab, and was single axle, that he used as a yard truck at his polishing business. He wanted a change, so he stretched it, and repainted it, I think it turned out great!!!! I’ll try find a before picture an post here!
  9. I sure hope you get a good kit! Hopefully it’s not relabeled reliance!
  10. Who, or what are you using for an overhaul kit??
  11. Im about positive I’ve read in a book that talks of I believe a 7120 on a cattle ranch with 45,000 hours, and if I recall correctly, maybe 1 overhaul?! Now I need to read that book again! Sorry my thoughts were wrong, it is in one of Lee Klanchers books, it just says, he once saw a magnum in Argentina that spent its whole life in front of a 5 shank deep ripper. At 21,000 hours, the only reason it went to the dealer was for cab repairs from a tree branch.
  12. Not really, 3550 is pretty low hours, it’s a tractor with no emissions, fairly simple electronics, and the average person can do most if not all repairs. I know of a dealer that has customers going to salvage yards, buying 71, 72, and 8900 series magnums, bringing them to the dealer for all repairs to make it a tractor again. Rebuilt transmission, new engine, or whatever else it may need. The first one they did, left the shop for under $90k, had warranty on the repairs made, and the guy was thrilled.
  13. Thank you Nick!! I’ll get that added as soon as I get my computer up and going again! Sitting in the office as I type this getting things going on the new computer!
  14. Just a problem with the 8900’s, well I guess in the southern states where these magnums see a lot of sun, they all fade, but the 8900’s were notorious for it!!
  15. That sure is a nice 8920!!! Other than the throttle knob, has the rest of it treated you well, so far?
  16. They build sheds every day Tony! 😬🀣 Keep collecting and filling sheds!! Your toys are fun to see, even if not in person!! Are you specifically wanting a 1466 black stripe, or would you consider a nice 1066 black stripe? Just curious, I can keep an eye open in my area for something decent!
  17. Very well could be?!😳😳🀣🀣
  18. Why is there a grease gun with the plungers?! Maybe I don’t want to know!!
  19. Does Interstate McBee make IH kits? Or are they just a Reliance warehouse?
  20. What the h*ll is he doing in town, with snow on the ground with that?? πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ
  21. Thanks Rusty!! I’ve been holding off updating vehicles, hoping this inflated price bubble would burst, but everyone around me is getting newer vehicles!! And now you!! Dang it, I’ll be looking at trucks again tonight!! πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ Nice truck Rusty!!!! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
  22. Congratulations Tony!! That baler definitely deserves the attention!! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
  23. Good to see it back earning its keep!!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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