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  • Birthday 06/25/1952

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  1. Congratulations Bill. Love the picture.
  2. Bib overalls here. My IPhone fits perfectly in the front bib pocket.
  3. As others have said it’s really pretty basic. Four philips head screws hold the bezel in place. Lower center straight screw is the adjustment screw. Sealed beam unplugs and sets in a formed mount. Here’s the only thing in the parts manual concerning headlights. Top pic is from service manual.
  4. I’ve seen it done. The alfalfa mill near here has one they use to seed alfalfa with. Have only seen it from the road but I noticed they had fabricated transport wheels in the rear somehow. Will see if I can get a picture for you.
  5. Thanks for the pics, Tony. Always enjoy seeing different crops in different parts of the country.
  6. Yes. I put one in my 5088 that I got from Mike. Fit perfectly. Sure beats glueing one in for a guy my age.
  7. I would speculate that it depended a lot on the area of the country on how popular they were. In this part of NWOH we did a lot of spring plowing. The right wheel was spun out to match the furrow on the 4-14 mounted plow. It stayed there through spring planting as our 450 was used to work ground. Corn was planted in 36, 38 or 40" rows. Soybeans were planted in 30" rows. Corn was cultivated first and the wheels had to be spun out to match that row width. Then it was time to rotary hoe and/or cultivate the soybeans and the wheels had to be spun in to match that row width. Sometimes the corn
  8. 2+2 Guy

    Contentment

    Nothing beats the simple pleasures in this life.
  9. I can just barely remember a mobile feed grinding service that used to come and grind cow feed (chop as dad called it). They had the feed grinder/mixer on one truck and another box truck with all the supplements in it. The grinder/mixer truck got hit by a train one day and that ended the on farm service. That must have been in the mid 1950's. Seems like 100 years ago.😵
  10. Thought I’d throw in some Red Tractor pics also.pics also.
  11. My brother and cousins had some rye for cover crops that they needed cleaned. Local elevator not too interested in doing it because they are concerned about the possibility of contaminating seed wheat with rye. Brother found a guy that does mobile seed cleaning. I just thought it was a really neat set up. He salvaged a 1975 wooden Clipper fanning mill and mounted it on a trailer. Totally self contained and can also treat seed.
  12. My Dad used milk cans in the 1950's. Finally got a bulk tank sometime in the 1960's. I remember every so often the milk processing plant would send back a bright and shiny new can. I remember Dad telling me that they re-plated them every so often. I used an old milk can at the 2013 Roundup in Lima and again at another show.
  13. Thanks for the pictures, guys. Certainly have enjoyed them. Safe travels to all of you.
  14. Looks like a good time. Thanks for posting the pics. Gonna have to get up there one of these years.
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