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About barnsfull

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  • Birthday 12/15/1976

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  1. Oh yeah, they're amazing tools. Take one off and dig a electric or water line trench. On skid loader, skim around the driveway to take out weeds and grass.
  2. Here's another. Not as pretty as Lorenzo's, but still gets grain down the road. 1984, 400 big cam, around 750,000 on the clock. Another 1984, 427 with air tag. 80,000 miles.
  3. Ny bill, keep an eye on the cover for the regulator on your display. Those are hard to find as well.
  4. The one in the picture from the display is a 3s. Looks like the one in Hillman's literature. Came from a local estate sale. I have a self washing one as well. Will try to find a picture.
  5. Those posters are hard to find in nice condition. They came rolled up inside the vacuum can of a new pump to be hung in the milkhouse. After hanging in a parlor or milkhouse for a few years they got pretty rough. I framed a nice set to put in my display.
  6. Would like to know more about this cat. 3 hitch. Been laying in the corner of the shop and I was gonna paint it red to put on the 1456. But was thinking maybe find the right guy to trade it for a 56 series IH hitch instead. So, what model of green tractors was this style made for? I seen plenty with the over center handles, but never a cat 3 with this style latch handle. 7520, 5020, 6030 are my thoughts. What would be a value? If I can't trade it can I sell it for enough to buy a IH one? Thanks for all your help.
  7. While you're at Iowa 80, take time to see the truck museum if you haven't already. Very impressive.
  8. Found these today in attic area above milk house in old barn I bought a few years ago. Imagine they were tossed up there to be hidden from their Dad or grandpa. Pabst can cleaned up pretty well, but the Blatz can is pretty rusty on one side. I'm thinking from the 70's, anybody else have a better idea? All steel cans with aluminum tops.
  9. The manger or the steer?😉
  10. Probably any good automotive supply. We get ours at local Napa.
  11. Made by 3m. Pricey, but the best, quickest, and easiest that you'll find.
  12. barnsfull

    New joke

    Mto-. Barn is 40x80. It's on it's third journey in life. Built in 78 to feed cattle. Then closed in and insulated in 86 to feed veal calves. Then in early 2000's gutted out and is now our shop and storage area. Doesn't take long for it to fill up though.
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