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  1. My 706 has those shaft covers but not the dipstick. We are the second owner of our 706. The original owner took it to the dealer and had the 756 shifter setup installed back in about 1970. I can't imagine what that cost to have the dealer change over the shifter with new parts... Thx-Ace
  2. This spring we accidentally left our 826 (d358) idling all night. The next morning I drove by and heard it running and thought oops. when I walked up to it there was fuel/soot dribbling from the muffler... I decided to Rev it up to clear it out. When I opened the throttle up fuel/soot shot up in the air and back down all over the everything! I let it clear up and shut it off. Then I went home to change clothes. when we used it later that day it smoked for a long time but eventually cleared up. Thx-Ace
  3. acem

    504 Farmall

    Mine is at the bottom right of the dash, to the right of the key if memory serves me correctly. I'll get a pic when we go do hay today. Thx-Ace ,
  4. acem

    40 Years ago

    Congratulations! I hope you have 40 more great years together. Thx-Ace
  5. I bought one a few years ago for 800. Farmall, narrow front, lpg, 3 pt, one remote, pto, no ta. It was in non running condition when I bought it from a widow. But it turned over by hand and I was sure I could get it running I bought a tune up kit, a battery, and some propane in a tank. It started up and I drove it on to the trailer. I used it to rake hay yesterday. The points are a pain to set correctly and I know how to set points. Thx-Ace
  6. Photos? My phone won't take pic you can see in moonlight. My digital sr will but I don't carry it on a tractor... Thx-Ace
  7. I was moving hay today and didn't get finished before dark. the moon was full so I kept on going.You can see really well off an open tractor (826 in my case) under a full moon. It was a beautiful night. Thx-Ace .
  8. The 915 was a popular combine in rice country when new. By the mid 80s everyone wanted a 1460/80 and they were dirt cheap. Dad bought a 915 rice special in the late 80s for 1500 with a 16.5 810 header. Ran it until the hydrostat went out and bought a 1460. I still run the 1460. Thx-Ace
  9. Didn't Michael Jackson get in alot of trouble for such behavior? Thx-Ace
  10. acem

    9/11

    I was listening to 'dial a real' on the radio (a call in buy/sell radio program). someone called in and said the jd should check the news, something big was going on. He said it would wait, dial a deal was too important to interpret with news. Thx-Ace
  11. The pics of the children on the 'queen' cross the line of inappropriate contact. I have little tolerance for the trans supidity. My (step)daughter's husband decided he is bi and cross dresses. He left her and is now in a relationship with a married couple. male and female. Pagan Rome had nothing on us. Thx-Ace
  12. I always thought soldered connections were best on a wiring harness. I am preparing to rewire my catalina 27 sailboat and learned crimp connections are preferred for vehicle applications. Apparently soldered connections can unsoldered with high amps due to heat and vibration. Crimped connections are preferred due to the mechanical connection. Crimped and soldered then covered with heat shrink tubing would be ideal in my opinion. Thx-Ace
  13. I live the view from your tractor...Thx-Ace
  14. We always lifted and lowered ousted by hand. two men, one on each end. Thx-Ace
  15. acem

    Caseih commercial

    Tennaco did not buy the ih construction divesion. Dresser bought it out. I believe they are still made in Poland. Thx-Ace
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