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  1. I keep my used hytran in a barrel, don't put anything in it that I know has shavings or anything bad in it. I clamp a small vise grip to the end of the pickup tube on the barrel pump so it doesn't pick up what settles to the bottom. This is what I use to flush with.
  2. Hope your brother turns out well will be praying. Things like this are a fear of mine. We had a tie rod end let go on the last pass through a field, thank God it did then and not a little later when it would have on the road.
  3. My Dad always said some had what he called plowing 4th gear.
  4. Thanks guys I imagine it would be next to impossible to find original drive parts, but looks like it would be relatively simple to make them. I even thought about running it with and orbit motor.
  5. I scored this IH mower on an auction. Does anyone know what model it is. Pics aren't very good, it is balanced head and there is a short bolt that goes to a pulley mount to C shaped piece of steel. Also wondering how it drives and what all it's missing. TIA
  6. There are metric sized tires out there that correspond to 14.9x38 and fit M rims well.
  7. A year ago I bought a working 806 diesel for $3800, the year before that I bought a working 856 diesel for $3000, a friend got an 806 diesel Wheatland in about the same condition as the one pictured for $500, I'd keep looking before I paid much for the one pictured.
  8. A year ago I bought a working 806 diesel for $3800, the year before that I bought a working 856 diesel for $3000, a friend got an 806 diesel Wheatland in about the same condition as the one pictured for $500, I'd keep looking before I paid much for the one pictured.
  9. My Dad and all the other old timers (including my father in law who bled green) said a John Deere was the hardest pulling plow there was. I'm lazy but I wouldn't mess around trying to cut down a plow. Unless you have a lot o to plow 2-14s or 2-16s would be good for a 300. Someone talked about what they were advertised to pull, I wouldn't put much faith in that, 560s were advertised to be a 5 plow tractor and nobody dreamed of anything more than a 4 bottom around here and we are classified as mostly silty loam soils.
  10. Everything I've needed for dual hubs I got at the John Deere dealer, Case IH had the same stuff, but was 2-3 times higher.
  11. This says 20-25% porosity.
  12. When we had a 234 on a 560 and we never disked the end rows, the bouncing helped it lift the picked.
  13. I know you said you don't want to run a hard line in, but that would be best. When my 1486 was running lower oil pressure than my neighbors I put new gauge and sender on, and it still didn't show as much pressure as the neighbors. Checked them both with a mechanical gauge and they were about the same.
  14. Some people have added a swinging drawbar to an aftermarket three point, something like the pic in this link https://www.google.com/search?q=aftermarket+three+point+on+560&client=ms-android-verizon&prmd=sivn&sxsrf=ALiCzsYfOi9Ymxt4_HUM8VccT5Q-TRsU0A:1662583941608&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjnqv7px4P6AhVCg4kEHSy9CroQ_AUoAnoECAIQAg&biw=592&bih=280&dpr=3#imgrc=tAr7lkSDpoOsnM
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