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bkorth

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About bkorth

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  • Birthday 01/13/1968

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    randolph, nebraska
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    farming, feeding cattle, tractor pulling,kids sports

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  1. I wonder how much clearance there is when it's turned full stop
  2. bkorth

    Our New 656!

    They are a handy tractor but my 2cents is leave the muffler on, that thing will be deafening with a straight pipe, unless of course you plan to put a turbo on it๐Ÿ˜€.
  3. The 460 was a puller back about 30 years ago, bored and stroked, she was a mean one, actually still is but in disguise. Now he put on the bench seat and takes his wife or grandkids on tractor drives and parades.
  4. D19 , really sharp, he and his son have a shed full of Allis, even a manure spreader with a stained wood floor. The son built a building in town, I've never been in it but I've been told the inside looks like the front of a dealership with displays, brochures, toys, pedal tractors, and a parts counter.
  5. Had our annual community club fair this weekend, which includes the FFA ulumni car, truck, and tractor show. I took a few pictures with my phone so apologies if they aren't very good quality. Two of my nephews in their Peterbuilts, my oldest son on the 88 Oliver, youngest son on my 1066, a new firetruck, and a few others.
  6. I I used an impact and it worked great, just don't push down, let it work on its own weight.
  7. Looks like the aneriod is disabled on the fuel pump eh Danny๐Ÿ˜
  8. "Crop inspecting" is that what they are calling it these days?๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
  9. I have a 1997 515CH with a steering issue, when you use either loader function while trying to steer at the same time the loader function slows way down and will almost stop depending on engine rpm. The pump checks ok and I realize that steering has priority but I've been around several of these machines and have never seen one this noticeable. Is there an adjustment somewhere on the steering valve to even this out a little, I can't seem to find a mechanic that knows anything about these systems anymore.
  10. I helped my brother bale straw for his hogs a couple summers, he hired a friend of his who had an 856 and a pretty new New Holland baler, don't know what model but man would it eat oat straw . He would run in H1 and pull the ta going through the ditches, two of us on the rack and it was keep up or get buried. My brother and a cousin each built a rack that was 10ft wide and 20ft long , 200 bales on each rack and the baler brought 1 with him that would hold 150 so 550 at a crack, 3 racks in the morning and another 3 late afternoon. With those big racks you actually threw the first four or five layers down into the barn door, only problem was 2/3 of the bales were still on the rack๐Ÿ˜. Work hard , sleep like a rock, good times.
  11. bkorth

    Nebraskans

    I'm about 120 miles north, Gretna, Elkhorn, and Omaha all kinda just run together. I have a niece in Elkhorn.
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