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Long Farms

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  1. Adam and I completely rebuilt the front axle on this 1456 over the weekend. Broke knees loose. One took 5hrs to break one side loose and 5 min to break other side loose. Sanded axle knees, wire brushed center tube, pressure washed insides, greased and oil slopped knees. All new pivot pin, bushings, spindles, bushings, wheel bearing kit, tie rods and new hardware. Also installed a better shape alt bracket and alt shield, correct ether inj set up, better oil pan, fresh oil and filters, power washed insides of frame rails and rear axle support and new tilt steering bushing.
  2. Thats a very early one. #18 off the line. Is it salvage or in resell lot?
  3. That one in Sullivan sold and i saw it in Beaufort MO earlier this month at Doug Hoefts.
  4. Pm me your name/contact info.
  5. No telling what all dealership decals are out in the yard at Colfax. Thats where i saw most of the Cali decals i snapped pics of.
  6. Ill get F-8063 logged in. I-9559 has yet to resurface. Very little I-1026s have surfaced.
  7. I ran across 1206 F-15422 in South East KS few years ago on a trip north. no idea who the owner was.
  8. You bought a good looking 1026. PM me your name and contact info so i can log it in too.
  9. New oil cooler hose, rebuilt inj pump and rebuilt starter. Getting a hot wash since i ripped all the old wiring and panels off.
  10. As usual, 1 side is loose and off in 5 min. Other takes 1" impact.
  11. Board Member DEMONSTR8R IH 1456 gold demo i started working on to fix up.
  12. clean or dirty its still a great looking 1466.
  13. PM me your full name for the contact info. wedgelocks weren't as common as clamp ons but 34" wedgelocks would be rare.
  14. Sharp 1466, don't forget alternator belt shield. Also 26501 isnt the S/N. Thats the build code. All 1466 start with 26501U#####. the the SN is after the U
  15. I was medically retired from the Marines back in 2010. Served 8 years, 4 combat tours. Was going to enlist for 3rd time but my body was all used up and previous injuries when i was younger started taking it toll and setting in. Navy doc said "marine, your like a double AA battery thats all used up, heres your paper work, enjoy early retirement." And i am. Feel like im 20 years too late in the tractor game though. Looking back i should have been buying trucks and tractors back then but instead i drank enough beer state side to float a battleship. I spent most of my military career over seas and i partied all over the world in true Marine Corp fashion. Came home, sobbered up, got married, had kids, starting buying bigger and bigger toys and cattle here and there.
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