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  1. Songs about farming

    Corb Lund's "S Lazy H" is one that will bring the tears on, but accurate as can be.
  2. Set the parking brake on the MD for the last time

    Nice "to do" list, mirrors mine almost exactly, except the "my m&w dyno" part, my list will have to say "obtain an m&w dyno"!
  3. 7140 Decals

  4. Aermotor windmill advice please

    The genius of a windmill is how they figured out how to make it furl itself out of the wind when it gets too much. I don't really understand exactly how it works, but since the tail is offset from the center line of the wheel it works. I still have several operating Aermotor windmills and it's impressive to watch them in a hard wind, you can actually hear the wheel slow down as the wind blows harder. They will actually just kind of idle along and you can hear the wheel pick up speed as the wind goes down.
  5. 1700 loadstar front wheel cylinders

    I have an MT-127 parts book which covers the 67-72 Loadstar, here are the choices it shows, if you can figure out which you've got I can sure look up some numbers.
  6. My haul from National IH auction

    Nice, that 76 Buyers Guide is one that I do not have.
  7. Case-IH online parts catalog question

    It's in Tractors--Utility--Legacy. Or if you search by model and use 240 Farmall, it comes up at the top of the list, it's there if you just search 240, but it's on the second page.
  8. John Deere answer to a TA

    I learned the hard way that those planetary pinions are timed! It ran 19 hours, when we took it apart it had machined the teeth off those pinions just like it had been turned in a lathe.
  9. IH 537 manifolds

    Could very well be....I don't have a parts book that has the V537 in it, and that 448238C1 number doesn't show up and in any of the books I do have.
  10. IH 537 manifolds

    The V537 was the same engine series as the V605. The DV462, DV550 series was the diesel version of these. Completely different engine series than the 401,461,478,549 engines. I do notice that the exhaust manifold gasket is same for both 537 and 605, so guessing the manifolds were same as well. I do not know if the DV550 exhaust was the same or not. The 605 was a very popular engine for irrigation, so I'd sure try calling some of the irrigation engine service places in the big irrigation country. Duerst Machine in Burlington, Colorado would be one to try, (719) 346-5348, at one time they had a rather extensive irrigation engine boneyard.
  11. Dream job...?

    When I called the Wisconsin Historical Society to order Line Setting Tickets for several of my IH trucks, I told the guy he had my dream job. I would go absolute nuts in there with all that IH information!
  12. IHC 345 cc engine distributor wire question

    The resistance wire that IH used is usually fairly obvious where it comes out of the harness at the coil and also at the firewall. It has an odd asbestos/fiberglass type braided white covering. It is made right into the harness with the rest of the wires.
  13. IHC 345 cc engine distributor wire question

    The one from the coil to the distributor would be just wire. The one from the key to the coil will have a resistance somewhere, probably the section from the firewall to the coil is resistance wire unless it has a external resistor block.
  14. Farmall Parts

    Matt, the only thing I can think of is you aren't scrolling the list to the bottom or not going on to the second page. Should look like this:
  15. Farmall Parts

    On the CIH parts web site, when you get to the "find parts by model" web page, click the "browse" button up by where it says "find your model", then go to "tractors" -- "utility" -- "legacy". There are 2 pages, all the Farmall A, B, C, H, M are there, and Supers, be sure to go to the 2nd page too. It's obvious the who ever set up the pages had no clue what the various models were and where they should have been put, but I am very glad that it is online even if it's a little work to figure it out. If you create a "My Shed" login and enter your tractor models, it will populate the home page with all of your tractor models automatically each time you open the parts web site.