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Ruby Red

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  1. Got my Birthday Present Home, 3820D loader, back hoe wasn't to be found, will be a good unit to remove stones and small trees, to break up more new ground. Records show only 611 units build. This is Ser. #600. Carl
  2. Gave the 766 a little run and worked up a bit of ground, and a bit of rain today again
  3. Finally got the Scout out of Winter storage, see if we will get it over the 40 thousand mile mark this year
  4. Changing the clutch in your 108 is a easy task. Remove the tunnel cover and you will easily figure it out, also noticed your seat suspension springs are turned backwards, turn them around and you won't slide off the seat, for the clutch disk we make our own of aluminum and they are in destructable. Carl
  5. TD5 Jordon I have a complete manual on the 8A gear matic winch, It covers operation, disassembly, rebuilding, trouble shooting, complete parts break down and all original part numbers. There mailing address was 7400 - 132nd street, North Surrey, B.C., Canada. If you still need one I could make a copy and send to you Carl
  6. Red Turbo My trucker Dell will be coming to Lloydminister, Al. to pick up a 1680 Combine and to Derwent for a IH deluxe cab, could be in the next couple of weeks. Send me your email or phone # and I will get in touch with you Carl
  7. Agislife We're interested in your tractor splitting tooling and more. Where in Sask are you, as we would also be making a trip to our friend Gerald Parker up at Hudson Bay, Sask. Also have some IH things to pick up in Derwent, Alberta from Gary Algot Carl
  8. Our gem 1965 International 1500 also got packed till Spring. Dry and warm with the Cubs
  9. Just had 30 + Cubs and Cub Cadets out, run them all and realigned them for the Winter
  10. Kevin What part of this do you not understand, the silver solder method is the exact same process as used on the original, manufacture of these lines. I do not come on to this forum to ager members, just to try and help out where I can? I didn't get to be 70+ years old by being completely stupid, have only worked on IH tractors, farm equipment and trucks for 58 years. I rest my case Carl
  11. Do not Braze fittings to pipe with bronze rod, bronze has a very low tensile strength, and will not stand up to vibration. Use only silver solder, do not butt the ends, over lap fitting to pipe, tin both parts, set together and weld, much higher tensile strength and will with stand vibration, just like OEM. Carl
  12. That shield fits every 06 56 and 66 series, Farmall, and Internationals. Its the shield at the lower end of the dash / steering pedistal enclosing all the Hyd. steering lines and transmission shifter linkages Carl
  13. Harlo is the Company supplied the Fork Lift attachment to International Harvester, and many assembled at the Hamilton Plant Carl
  14. I have seen IH 240, 340, 460 and 560 in factory Fork Lifts, set ups. 404, 504 and 606 were the last of the Farm tractors used, The later ones were all based on more of an industrial design. Carl
  15. Our 504 tractor forklift has the forward and reverser, these units were assembled in Hamilton, Ontario at the IH plant. The # is a 5421, started with a regular 504U, flipped the diff, and removed the reverse gear idler, #54 designates 504 tractor and 21' is the maximum mast lift, they were 3 point hitch, and PTO delete, and the steer axle is none adjustable. Carl
  16. And a bigger project, not a black stripe model just painted like one, 1971, 966 Hydro previous owner butchered the cab to make open station, roll bar, came with 6, 75 lb weights, 10 hole weight bracket and set of flat top fenders, want it for snow blower tractor so a replacement white deluxe cab is going on and tractor painted up to original colours, also has dual aux. valves and strong hydro Carl
  17. Got several more projects, a 1962 B414 gas, from the original owners son, (5000 hr) cleaning up nice and very straight sheet metal and fenders
  18. Picked up a Steiner 230 from my cousin in Massey, Ont, 120 km. north of us, we brought the first Steiners into Canada in 1980, sold 11 of the articulating tractors when we were in the Lawn and Garden business, also had Cub Cadet till MTD ruled.
  19. Blew the straw into the barn with the 350 Farmall on the 56 Blower
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