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  1. The front outlets are attached behind the seat on the junction blocks for the rear outlets.
  2. Front outlets for 56 series mount under the deck.
  3. Steering system, hydraulic system for remotes or dipstick tube are the only possibilities I can think of.
  4. "Fireball" looks ready to lite it up. Nice looking machine. The white panel and the 656 emblem are a nod to the early 656 tractors.
  5. The 1440/1460 combines use them too.😊
  6. This photo is just cool! That 1086 just looks bad a**! Thanks for sharing, Danny.
  7. We put a LOT of hours on those 2 706 tractors of ours. The engines were never an issue, except that 1000-2000 hours was average for engine life. BUT, we worked them hard and pushed their limits. The one 706 was never unhitched from the grinder mixer between overhauls once! Today, with larger diesels for the big jobs, they last longer after an overhaul.
  8. The changeover was in 1966. Serial number 37, 237, so this is a 1966 706 born with a 291 gas engine.
  9. 1026 with diamond cab. 1256 with ICB cab. 1456 with diamond cab.
  10. We featured the 56 series in Des Moines back in 2017.
  11. A man wearing a housedress......πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
  12. Grandpa used to take front weights on and off. I don't. 4 to 6 will keep most of my tractors from bouncing around. Plus, I like the look!
  13. Depending on tire size of both units, a 656 and a 706 have roughly the same belly clearance. A 706 can have various rear tire sizes from 16.9-34 to 18.4-38.
  14. Pair of 706 diesels: 1 282, 1 310 on the same farm sale. These got away from me.😞
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