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  1. From a brochure that I have. It has print date 10-73.
  2. I have a 2001 on a 1967 International 504 (utility model), also have the operator's manual for 2001 and parts book for IH loaders. The loader on the 350 tractor pictured in the link you provided has identical front mounting bracket and mountings to the rear axle as is on my 504. Manual and parts book shows those mounts also used on International 340 tractor. (Same front mounts also used on I-606 and I-460, but with different number subframe.) Loader subframes have the rear axle mounts welded to them and are model specific due to different model tractors having different chassis lengths and a
  3. "Walker-Schork got caught up in the Walterman scam " What was this about?
  4. I saw Fifi in Greensboro, NC more than 25 years ago. One daughter and I took the inside tour of it. I sat in the left seat as tour guide told of the airplane. Possible that he could have been Randy Sohn. Also saw it fly over nearby our farm on two occasions in different years as it was transiting from city to city in southeast USA while on tour. Saw a B-24 in Greensboro on another occasion. B-17's have been in Winston-Salem, NC on several occasions over the years. First picture below of Liberty Belle in 2005. It was the one that made a forced landing and then burned in a cornfield in Illinoi
  5. I bought a grapple for use on my Bobcat 753 about 17 years ago. It was built by Loflin Fabrication in Denton , NC which is about 50 miles from me. https://www.loflinfabrication.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Loflin-Catalog.pdf Loflin was the inventor of Root Grapples. I have their Standard Duty model, 60" width. It is a stoutly built unit that has had no damage in all the years of use handling a lot of logs, limbs and brush, rocks , broken concrete. etc. Once you get one, you will wonder how you ever got along without one. I'm on email list of this company ( https://www
  6. First thing you need to do is get an operator's manual for the tractor. It will have a diagram page and an index page telling exactly where every wire connects. It will eliminate confusion and save you bunches of time when installing the new wiring harnesses. Pics 1 & 2 below are pages from a manual so you can see what it will be. Pic 3 is from my 856 parts catalog. The catalog has pages with the parts numbers for all the items in the pic. I have not been able access the new and improved Case/IH useless website parts lookup, so I do not know how much of the wiring systems are even listed
  7. "Plan and simple the new parts website stinks." HaHa! You got that right! New Holland parts website is the same way. If you can not get the above pages large enough to read or print, I can e-mail them to you. They may be in a more printable form by e-mail.
  8. I have not tried getting onto the new Case/IH parts site. Here are pages from my 1456 parts book. When parts numbers listing shows two different numbers for a given part in a diagram it means that there is a tractor serial number break involved. The listing of parts numbers show the tractor serial number below or above which either of two numbers for a given part will be used on. You need to know your tractor serial number. " I am looking for a part number of the shoulder bolt that goes into the rear pivot, 4 used. No part number shown, so I am guessing it is NLA????" Not necessarily
  9. You were lucky. VERY lucky. You do not know how lucky you were !
  10. Back in April there was a thread in Coffee Shop about repair of a New Holland 195 Box Manure Spreader. Here is link to it... https://www.redpowermagazine.com/forums/topic/129648-nh-195-box-spreader-repair/ I participated in the discussion because I had a gear case problem with a similar design New Holland spreader. I just recently got the gear case dismantled. It was a S.O.B. to say the least. After much study and thought, I determined that the only way that I could get the shear hub off the apron shaft to disassemble the gear case was to sacrifice the shear hub. Pictures below show wha
  11. I found the three dots and it gave the option to edit. Yes more clicks..... not good !!!! Improvements to any system should make things easier, not require more motions. I'm hoping that attaching a picture will now not be more time consuming. I guess I'll find out sometime in the future. Good night.
  12. Now, how does one edit a post should they need to correct a typo, for instance?
  13. So now we have to make more motions to get to the next page ? 1st motion is move mouse to place little arrow over the box and left click mouse, then look at keyboard to find the key on keyboard that has number of page desired then punch the key. Old system was faster. When at bottom of page just put arrow on button for next page, click mouse and it was done. Old better . New not better.
  14. Problem already. How do I go to page 2?
  15. Dispose of it. All it does is get wet, stay wet and cause rusting of the steel hydraulic lines that supply oil to power steering. Had to make a brazing repair to rusted lines on one of my tractors recently.
  16. It is a video game, google ARMA3.
  17. 7and8and1456


    I have a Case Corp. brochure that has print date of 7-95. Picture attached. You can see the IH models listed that had a ROPS available in the program that Case/IH was running at that time. 504 models were not listed. Is your 504 a Farmall or International? Also attached pictures of a Farmall 544 with original factory IH ROPS.
  18. It sounds like what you have is hornets and not wasp. Is the nest a grey ball shape ? If so it is probably Bald Faced Hornets. Hornets nests are usually found in trees and shrubbery attached to branches and small limbs. Hornets can be ill tempered. If nest is only a " honeycomb" looking thing about two or three inches in diameter then they are true paper wasps , either yellow or red in color. Paper wasp nests are usually found in buildings up under the eaves or rafters. Wasp and hornet killer in aerosol cans will do the job for you. Go out after dark , use a flashlight to see with and get c
  19. This one is steam powered. I saw it in 2006. It is at Denton Farmpark in Denton NC, home of Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion ( https://dentonfarmpark.com/48th-annual-southeast-old-threshers-reunion/
  20. I bought two canopy assemblies about 15 years ago from a member of RedPower, 756Man, Mark Mathis from Missouri. He was at the The Southeast Old Threshers Reunion at Denton, NC. He was having them built near him. Below is his original advertisement for the canopies and his parts business. Also pictures of canopies on my tractors, parts book page for IH ROPS and a brochure picture of a 1066 equipped with ROPS . I prefer my fenders to be mounted as wide as possible , so I mounted them as seen in pictures instead of bolting them to the "ROPS" frame uprights. There are four bolts , 7/8 inch dia
  21. Yes , leave them alone. After all, Bigfoot Lives Matter!
  22. Last time I needed one I took the piston with o-ring on it to my local hydraulic hose shop. They have every size o-ring anyone could need. They had the tiny one in stock for a few cents cost. As someone above said, I think it was #3. Here is a site with a size chart https://o-ring.info/en/o-ring/Technical Handbook/16 - ERIKS nv - O-ring Technical handbook - O-ring Size Chart.pdf
  23. It is Sorghum Sudangrass Known as the “haygrazer,” sorghum-sudangrass has excellent re-growth potential and is well-suited for multiple harvest systems.
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