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Long Farms

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  1. Negative. Mounted where the manual says to mount it and where factory drilled holes are. Mounts in same exact spot as every other 2350, 2355 and 2450 does
  2. -rewired front main, rear main, LH and RH dash panels, main fender harness. -fenders are on work bench to be rewired. -new alternator -added alt shield -install late style ROPS and canopy -installed working horn -added muffler extension Comparison of early vs late style rops mounts. I already rebuilt brakes on the 1456 but its a nightmare to work on brakes on early style rops. Still alot left to be done buts its ironing out.
  3. S/N is WAY out of the range to be a legit Gold Demo. Way to early of a S/N even though it is a '70 model. Registry has really narrowed down the range to where we know for sure time period of Golds Rolling out. Not a legit gold demo.
  4. Completely rebuilt front axle, center tube took a trip to machine shop for new pivot pin bushing housing. New pivot bushings, pin, knee bushings, thrust bearings, pivot stay ball, new spindles, good used steering arms, new tie rods. Swapped out mangled up radiator with fresh one gone thru Rad shop. Replaced cut fan shroud with uncut shroud. New hoses and fan belt. New oil cooler hoses and over flow hose. Went thru rear brakes. They were sticking bad after it sat for a while. Cobbled up parts thrown in from 1466 brake parts. (Wont work correctly if mismatched). Worn pads, gunk filled housings. New Seal kits, cleaned housings, installed correct P/N parts for 1456 with good used brake discs.
  5. 90% of 1206s had 38" clamp on wheel centers. They were the 1st to really start breaking them especially when they turned up the fuel screw. 1256s & 1066s with 38s were offered with clamp ons or wedgelocks. Most 1066s ive seen with 38" clamp ons were low option tractors and 1 hyd. Youll see them in the south more than the corn belt. There was even the light duty 8 spoke 38" clamp on wheel center that normally came on gassers and they were junk.
  6. Worked some rough ground. Disked 3x and cultipacked. Disked and smoothed out cow trails. Added some jewelry to a 1456.
  7. Best i can figure its an oil reserve w/check valve for turbo oil supply line. They ruined a hard to find line by adding that sloppy looking crap on though.
  8. Found this in Lampasas TX. More than likely it originated in TX panhandle. Factory cab, 20.8-38s and 11.00-16s. Had the 1k lbs wheel weights that come from western tractors. Even had the factory 20.8-38 duals with it. Bought it as salvage. Didnt run missing alot of hyd parts. Guy i bought it from sold it to an old man 10 years ago, old man ran it, 3pt quit, he took it all apart then died. Alot of parts were lost or stolen. Widow sold it back to guy i got it from. Got it running day i got it home, got 3pt working shortly after. Guy took it all part and all it was, was a sheared key on hitch pump gear shaft. Front axle is welded up with center pin bushing housing broke out.
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