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About fbh31118

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  • Birthday 05/28/1977

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    Michigan
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    Is it Plow day yet?

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  1. Little bit of balast to help with plowing. Not IH but they do get the job done for the season. Maybe I'll find a Massey collector to trade with.
  2. Great plow but was struggling to get good results. Adjusted the coulters and cleaned things right up.
  3. Steering was pretty sloppy so we broke out the old file and tightened up the coupling.
  4. Battling leaks. Water jacket, governor shaft seal and so on. I know that I should have done all of these in the rebuild but it's really tough tossing something to old but i digress.
  5. This is the original engine from the tractor.
  6. Warning! Lots of pictures ahead. Hope you enjoy. Oh, these Brillman cabels are fantastic. Great quality packaging, product and so on.
  7. Some plow action. Hope you all enjoy! https://youtu.be/5iGQdb1FIdU
  8. fbh31118

    Bolt size

    Question for the group. What is the bolt size and length for these hubs? I want to say it's a 5/8" and should be square head to lock in the casting but I don't have my books with me. Thanks for the help.
  9. Taking 10 days of vacation. Praying for good weather and a load of work gets done on this machine. Going to try and make the final push to get this wrapped up this week. I will try and snap a few photos and video
  10. Thanks for asking, I'm hoping to get it done yet this summer. I have to go back and fix some of my other screw ups but most of that is just leaks and drips that need further attention. If I had the foresight, the flat sealing surfaces of the block would have had a few tenth taken off in the mill to get things to seal. It just boils down to lack of experience with this type of restoration. It's nothing serious but need to be finished before paint.
  11. After a lot of waiting, I finally got to put the tractor out in the field and see what it would do. All I can say is WOW! Wasn't planning on it but I ended up running an old New Holland square baler and running up and down some pretty step hills. Everything ran very well and with no lack of power what so ever and my buddy who is a Deere guy even remarked how impressive it was to run. Pardon me as the video is very poor with me trying to keep the baler in the windrow.
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