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  1. Rest in peace bruce you will be missed.
  2. I figured you may have some input on this one todd! I must admit i kinda posted it with you in mind. He has a video when he bought and ressurected this one. I like the looks of yours better though! Hes got some great content. He and his family recently moved from Minnesota to tennessee.
  3. https://youtu.be/pHr_bLZ2Y3M Here is a feller formerly from minnesota putting a diesel scout through its paces. Enjoy!
  4. Here is his obituary.https://www.echovita.com/us/obituaries/mn/zumbro-falls/allen-ervin-graves-14329087
  5. Aint that the truth. Cant replace men like him. Their mentality,work ethic,knowledge,and upbringing cant be replaced.
  6. BJ please delete this one. I accidentally double posted trying to fix title spelling
  7. I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathys and prayers for you all.
  8. Yesterday evening a local IH mechanic who ran his own shop for years passed away. He was very well known and well liked. His hands touched a lot of our tractors from my loboy to dads 460 and everything in between. Hes been largely retired for a while now. He at one time was pretty prominant in local tractor pulls as well. He and his sons built a super m that was very competitive over 20 years or more. He was also a nam vet. He was also very big into toy tractors and toy shows. He had 2 boys one of which was my classmate. Our families have known each other since before i was born. Please pray for the family. I may post the obit when it comes out.
  9. Yesterday evening a local IH mechanic who ran his own shop for years passed away. He was very well known and well liked. His hands touched a lot of our tractors from my loboy to dads 460 and everything in between. Hes been largely retired for a while now. He at one time was pretty prominant in local tractor pulls as well. He and his sons built a super m that was very competitive over 20 years or more. He was also a nam vet. He was also very big into toy tractors and toy shows. He had 2 boys one of which was my classmate. Our families have known each other since before i was born. Please pray for the family. I may post the obit when it comes out.
  10. Google black rock and real estate
  11. He was really gittin after it! We cant pull 4 bottoms with our super M in our ground.....at least not very deep.
  12. An old horse drawn corn planter would work lightyears better. That garden equiptment is usually pretty lightly built.
  13. Brakes on the back. Use em like a johnny bar on a semi.
  14. My cousins husband put the tubes in amd they are at 1' spacings. Thanks so far guys.
  15. We recently acquired a 10,000lb 2 post car hoist. We have in floor heat in the shop. Looking for suggestions on the best way to find the lines in the floor so we can safely drill in anchors. So far all ive come up with is a thermal camera.
  16. We run a 2350 on our 966. Plenty of lifting power and the tractor handles the load well.
  17. I would sell it not scrap it. Probably worth more sold to somebody who wants to use it.
  18. Does it whine at all when you pull the lever?
  19. If it raises and lowers properly i would offer 300 but wouldnt go over 350. 500$ is two bottom hydraulic plow pricing. Thats on steel and has a mechanical lift which can be very finicky and frustrating when its not working right. Rule of thumb round here for an old plow like that is 100$per bottom. I added 150 tops for pricing maybe being higher in your area
  20. Is that a kraut or a 282? Either way shes a beauty id keep it.
  21. Ya this is a stroker 360 build i guess.
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