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About drglinski

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  • Birthday 10/23/1984

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    IH tractors & Equipment, particularly the letter series. Hey, 2+2s are pretty awesome too! IH Cub Cadets, 1X6/7 series. Model Railroading. Pre 1980 Schwinn bikes. Steam locomotives/trains.

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  1. I made a short video riding around on my CC 73. Enjoy!
  2. Put a plow behind the 186!!!!
  3. No kidding you could pull that with a W9.
  4. You always put on a good event Mark. Hope it goes well. Take lots of photos for us.
  5. drglinski


    IH built Cub Cadets are fun machines to play with. They are great at chores, don't take up much space, aren't that expensive or difficult to repair, and are an overall stout little machine.
  6. Yup. Feeling it here in SE MI too. Too darn hot and no rain for days.
  7. There is an off road recreation area on the other side of the state of MI from me along Lake Michigan where vehicles can drive on sand. I discovered today that it is maintained and groomed in part by a IH 3588. Photos were not taken by me. All of these people there are like 'hey check out my ORV truck and/or ATV' and I would be over there like TRACTOR!!! When can I drive?
  8. Looks great. Thanks. I miss seeing that. Moving to the suburbs for work makes me miss seeing scenery like that.
  9. He put on really great seminars at RPRU on the development and marketing of the 2+2. Look them up on youtube they are interesting to watch. RIP to Mr. Youle and condolences to friends and family.
  10. I wish my brother in law was into Cadets. Nice
  11. Acquired some 8.5” rears. For me the 6/12s it originally would have came with were like pizza cutters and too narrow, but the 10.5s it came with were too much. 10.5s belong on the higher HP cadets IMO. They would look better with fenders at some point too.
  12. yes. That particular series was the 73, 106, 107, 126, 127 and 147. The differences being 73= gear drive 3 speed 1 reverse 7 HP motor. 106=10 horse 3 speed gear drive. 107= 10 HP Hydrostatic drive. 126= 12 horse 3 speed gear drive. 127= 12 hp Hydrostatic drive. 147= 14 HP hydrostatic drive. Note; no 14 HP gear drive was available in this series, and the 147 has a gusseted frame to accommodate the larger flywheel. The 73 through 127 basically used the same frame. The hood and lack of fender pan/fiberglass dash set the 73 apart from the rest. It also was the only model in that series to have a hood ornament and the last until the red ones came out. I'm enjoying the 73 thus far in that it's like a 1/4 scale version of the 147 I already have even though many of the components are the same. (front end piece, front axle, etc). It's such a size difference between a 7HP and a 14 HP motor.
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