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706 German

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  1. I rotated the tires on mine this winter and drove it around a little with out the duals on. It felt very tippy- a lot of weight on 4 18.4-38 tires. Just from the little bit I drove it around I wouldn’t want to use it with out duals when it is set narrow.
  2. Mine has 18.4 38 on it. When I bought it was set for 36” rows all I did to switch to 30” rows was switch the wheels side to side. And yes those hubs can be fun to manhandle.
  3. On my 9130 row crop they are all 8 the same with the large 10 bolt hub. I would think a 92 would be the same?
  4. The one I have is a magnum drawbar out of a 7140.
  5. We are by Canby. Still a few diamond in the roughs around.
  6. I am in SWMN so not real close.
  7. Where are you located? I have one laying in the shed I would part with.
  8. What year is yours. Looks nice.
  9. Just bought one and wondering what makes it a super eagle and what years they were produced. I will add more pictures once I get it cleaned up some. Thanks
  10. I am going to end up marrying the 806 and a 1066 support together to get what I need.
  11. That is what I am going to end up doing. Just holding out for the needle in the haystack still.
  12. In addition to the frame rail/hood issue you will need to move the bottom bung on the radiator over. What I did was took a bottom bung from a radiator off a 1086 and had a good radiator shop braze it on. Worked pretty well. I used a 766 gas air filter housing and welded the support from a 1066 to the bottom of it. Also cut the back side off the 1066 air filter housing and welded it on the 766 housing so I could use the 1066 hose to the turbo. With using the 766 gas filter housing the intake was in the proper spot to use a 806 gas hose to go from the filter housing to the front support. I used a 1066 fan without the spacer, not sure if I am going to put a shroud in or not. I used a 806 diesel fuel tank and just had to trim the seam where it meets the back of the head. I used throttle linkage from a 1066 and custom made it to mount on the back of the block to cross over to the other side. Any other questions let me know.
  13. One other note is my donor tractor started as an 806 LP.
  14. This has been a year long project as I have time and I am down to making the front tank support and I will be done. It is not the hardest thing to do, but definitely more than just slap it together, if you want it to look nice when done.
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