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About kennehd

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  1. Thanks. That is type of scraper I am looking for... attached is a link showing a Henry G4 scraper that I hope to find. I plan to pull the bigger G4 size Henry with my D4 CAT. What is the cu yd capacity of your Reynolds? It is amazing what a 830 series Case o Metic will pull .. .. I have a 800 Case O Metic weighted and it's a good horse. https://images.app.goo.gl/FAiEtVFjaqGpwQ1G7
  2. Thanks for all the comments. The Rowse does look good. I like the two wheel short design for tight areas.
  3. Thanks guys ... I will look at Equipment facts link. I have been looking for a G 4 Henry for several years but no one turns loose of them very often. One sold on Purple Wave in 2017 at Altoonas, KS, .. haven't seen on listed since. I am interested in any brand of two wheel compact design hydraulic pan scraper in the 3 yard capacity range. Appreciate the comments.
  4. Hello, I am interested in finding a in small 2 - 3 cu yd Henry pan type Scraper if possible. They were a very compact 2 wheel pan type hydraulic scraper, manufactured in Topeka, Kansas for many years. Great for small jobs around a farm. The models I believe were G1, G2, G3, G4.. etc that I suspect is the struck capacity of the scraper.. but not sure. Any info on models / other info would be appreciated. Thanks, Dan
  5. Hello, I am interested in finding a in small 2 - 3 cu yd Henry pan type Scraper if possible. They were a very compact 2 wheel pan type hydraulic scraper, manufactured in Topeka, Kansas for many years. Great for small jobs around a farm. The models I believe were G1, G2, G3, G4.. etc that I suspect is the struck capacity of the scraper.. but not sure. Any info on models ? other info would be appreciated. Thanks, Dan
  6. Agree that a two wheel pan like I want will put a lot of load on the u/c but I will only use it occasionally on the farm .. not in production type work! If any of you guys know of a 2 or 3 yard hydraulic scraper for sale pls. PM me. Thanks !!
  7. Thanks everyone for your comments. The tractor has a swinging drawbar. I want to buy a carry type pan scraper Louie. Your T6 is really sharp !! Neighbor has a neat two wheel 2 cu yd Henry hydraulic bowl scraper. I tend to agree, ... about the size Pede.. 2.5 to 3 yard probably. I too like this little tractor Dennis, .. it has the same six cylinder engine as a Farmall 560, ... runs really smooth, .. sounds like a sewing machine!
  8. The T6 series 62 has 51 HP shown in Tractordata.com. I want to buy a used scraper for farm use, .. is a 2 yard scraper about right? This is a picture of my tractor. Thanks for comments. IHCDan
  9. The T6 series 62 has 51 HP shown in Tractordata.com. I want to buy a used scraper for farm use, .. is a 2 yard scraper about right? Thanks for comments. IHCDan
  10. Thanks everyone! Louie I really appreciate your great detailed information. The little tractor is a smooth running sweetheart. The factory shipping weight is what I was trying to find. I suspected that as equipped, it weighed around 8500 - 9,000 lb. My hydraulic flip top trailer is rated for a 10,000 lb load, .. I figured I could haul it without problems on that trailer. I have heavier trailers but the flip top is so convenient. For strange reasons I found 3 different weights ... and I could not find a data sheet like you posted. Thanks again, IHCDan
  11. Thanks for the reply Louie, ... I agree on additional weight but I still don't know the factory ship weight on a standard series 62, T6. I assume that IPTO turns at 535 or 550? I am I correct? I have seen two weight listings above 8,000 and one at 7800#. I will get it weighed, ... guessing around 9,000 as it sits. Yes, Worm .. I just bought it at the National IHCC Auction at Larned, KS. on 10/24.
  12. Thanks Louie. I should of provided more detail. As I indicated it is a bare T6 with hydraulics but no mounted attachment. The T6 is a (50" gauge) with 18" LGP track shoes. It has a four roller track frame with one carrier roller. I was just hoping to get the correct bare tractor weight for a T6, series 62 as there were various series of this tractor. Thanks, R4Dan
  13. I have a 1962 T6 series 62 tractor but I have not been able to find factory ship weight on the tractor. I have seen various posts stating everything from 8,800 to 10,000 lb. Tractor data does not show the weight of the series 62 T6. Does anyone know the correct weight. I can load it up and go to the local Co op Elevator .. but I suspect someone here has good information. Thanks in advance, IHCDan
  14. I would like to find a T4 or T5 for my collection. I've been watching Red Power Magazine, Harvester Highlights and the internet for months. Have NEVER seen one for sale. If anyone knows of any possible leads please PM me. Just seeking information here... nothing more. Thanks for any help. Dan Kennedy
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