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Mr. Plow

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  1. Agree...there wasn't technically any overlap in production.
  2. Only reference I can find.....
  3. Call them....they will take a card over the phone.
  4. There is a Farmington Implement video with all of the video used for the accompanying stills in the literature above. Might be worth getting a copy, just to get it all assembled....and.......it's a cool old video!
  5. Rode hard...........and NEVER put up......wet or dry.....
  6. Factory white fenders, or dealer installed (at time of purchase) take offs from 1206's that got aftermarket cabs?
  7. I guess it was a Data book, not a ledger.
  8. PAG seed corn....."Pickin' and Grinnin'"
  9. Nothing quite like a 1911......a John Browning masterpiece.!
  10. Getting the shafts off the gear box is the real trick.
  11. Making progress as time allows.
  12. That 1470 on the auction site could probably cut beans at 8-9 mph with that head and 466 power!!!!
  13. When you hit the wall, you hit hard.........wall just isn't as far away as it used to be.....
  14. Looks like a narrow frame QA, might be SOL on the 1450 mounting..... Must be a stout shelf to hold that up!
  15. Heck of a shelf you've got there, considering it's holding up a Cub snow thrower! I also love new tires......those would look perfect on dad's 656!!
  16. Ha ha! The early ones had lighter pivots (this one is an mid 1978 model) Not common failure, but not unheard of. 1600 series added struts from axle to rear corners of the separator frame to help take out all of the twisting. Once they start to crack its all over.
  17. IH photo studio loved the air brush! Lots of early 86 series became tri-stripes in the art studio for the next years updated literature.....dressed up 14....
  18. Dads early 1978 1460 decided to give up her rear axle Wednesday afternoon. We pulled the old one Wednesday night. (Stripped it of cylinder and spindles as part of the core on the replacement) He went and got a salvage yard replacement for it today. Almost completed install, but replacement axle has longer pivot pin and we need a spacer collar. Of course that happens with 5 acres of beans left and rain forecast. Thank goodness for forks on the loader!
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