Dan Robinson

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  1. Eastern Iowa IH Dealerships

    Sorry for the screenshots. Here is the IH prototype building in Marengo. It's owned by Todd Roberts "The Farmall Shop". He sells parts and does a little bit of repair work. Has an ad in the TO magazine.
  2. E4A mag question

    E4A mags were changed to automatic impulse in 31 or 32 I believe. All regulars had Manual impulse, and the first F series had automatic until 33 or 34.
  3. Eastern Iowa IH Dealerships

    I work in Tipton, live northeast in Mechanicsville. That was the Oliver dealer in the 60s I believe, i would have to look back thru some receipts of grandpa's. It could have been IN very early, I'll ask my boss. The current dealer is on the south end of town at 102 Cedar street. Was David Farm Equipment for a lot of years, in 2012/2013 it was bought by H.D. Cline Company. Which is family owned out of West Liberty. Keep posting Eastern Iowa dealers!! I have a few pics I've found on the internet of Montz Implement in Mechanicsville, which closed in 82 or 83. Before my time.
  4. 1456 belly tank

    Here's what Brian told me about. To get the original cylinder style. If you aren't too worried about originality, you could use one of those small square "chatter box) pumps. https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/productdetails.asp?RecID=85
  5. Rare Axle Extension

    I'm sure he does. I've bought a few things from him and he's a bit high on his prices. That's why he doesn't post prices I bet.
  6. IH implement greaser???

    Grease cup is what I call them. Used on binders, threshing machines, wagons, etc. The pipe and bottom half would stay stationary, you would unscrew the "lid" and pack it full of grease, then screw it back on till the grease pushes out. Every so often you would go around and give each cup a turn or 2 and that would force some grease in. When they bottom out, it's time for more grease.
  7. 7588 #501 selling this morning

    Sold for $151,000. Going to Swenson in Minot, ND. He also bought the 2 in Canada.
  8. Corn Picking with the 14P and Farmall H

    Thanks! It's on an H presently but it goes back to the owner, he let me bring the whole thing home and unmount it. The 24 will eventually go on an M or MD for next fall.
  9. IH mounted cultivator id help

    I bought 2 461s last spring, one has the late style cylinders and the other has the early style, long rod/tube style. Here's a pic of the late one this summer.
  10. Corn Picking with the 14P and Farmall H

    Nice 14P! I would like to try a little check corn someday to say I did. Last 2 year we've planted 10 acres of wide row to play with corn pickers. Here's a pic of my #24 I picked up this past sunday.
  11. 1456 tach drive

    Go to a salvage yard, the are the same from a 806D-1456.
  12. Funny noise in my new to me M-TA Thought is was an axle bearing, but...

    I think those are the stars to knock the sand out of the castings when they were made at the factory.
  13. IH 1026 Hydro Registry

    Here is a local 1026. Still owned by the same family that bought it new. Has 14k plus hours, while still being used a couple times a week. Has 6 bolt front wheels, clamp-style rear castings, fast-hitch, non-tilt wheel. I have expressed my interest in trying to acquire it someday, but the one grandson would like to restore it someday. Its the only demo that I know that is original to the area. Located near Mechanicsville, Iowa
  14. RPRU 1206 Beauty Des Moines

    Here's the tires.
  15. M with MW transmission 9 speed

    An M&W 9 speed gives you 4 extra gears between the standard 4th and 5th.