REDPOWR4EVR

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About REDPOWR4EVR

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  • Birthday 11/11/1996

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    Glenwood City, WI
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    1466 Black Stripe, 5240, 966, 67' 806, 66' 806, 656G, 58' 560, 58' 460, 46' M, 46' H

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  1. 1486 Serial number one?

    Who has the last production 1086? I thought i heard once Scott Knight has it. But i'm not sure
  2. M puller

    So i have a 40 M I'm making a puller, and i've already decided my setup. Stock stroke 4.310 bore. I bought a set of arias pistons to do it from a guy who lost interest in doing it for a song. I have a late 1950 block from when i put the 281 in my 50, i'm wondering if i can use that block and bore it that far or if i need a 264/281 block to bore it that big. Also can i get by with a planed 8060 head or should i hunt up a 362174R1 head. I'm not going to fork out a grand for an LP head so it's one of those two. Give me your opinion as i'm new to making power with a 4 cylinder, I did build a very competitive 301 in a 460 though, so i'm not totally green
  3. Farmall M 9 speed

    I have a 9 speed M i want to run on my generator, Pretty light load just running the house and well pump for the cows. Not Milking here anymore So all we're running is the well pump and maybe the welder or air compressor. Its a pretty healthy M with a rebuilt 264 3rib manifold and some minor carb work with a 450 gas head. It runs good. Could i run it in 9 speed high at a lower engine RPM to save some gas when i run it? Theres a voltmeter on the generator so i wouldn't need to know the exact PTO rpm but I'm concerned it'd be too low of an engine rpm to run it. Give me your opinion.
  4. Free to a good home, these books

    I would take the Massey Harris book, but shipping it to WI would be expensive
  5. Snowman got that 282 running?

    Stamped in a flat boss behind the oil filter OR not both behind the alternator on the right front of the block it will be stamped D282, or D236. Look and see what you are supposed to have. If you have a 236, 282 crank/pistons and you will have a 282. If you need help call Dillan 715-641-0612
  6. Snowman got that 282 running?

    If it is the crank i have one here out of a D282 i'd give you a deal on
  7. I have 1066 frame rails if interested. 641-780-1277