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redtop1460

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About redtop1460

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  • Birthday 10/20/1984

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    Central NJ
  • Interests
    Farming, tractor pulling, snowmobiling, IH

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  1. Awesome pics, I wish I could of made it to Harry Griest's sale a few years back, I heard the 1456 went cheap along with some other stuff. Tractor was returned close to original
  2. Great pictures! They need a board on here for all things IH pulling related
  3. We have that exact cab on a 966 since the day it was bought at the dealer
  4. I buy all my hardware from McMaster Carr they usually have whatever I'm looking for
  5. What's the serial number? Looks like an early one with the badged oil cooler. Also looks like a solar turbo. Tractor probably had decals from factory. Nice looking tractor definitely worth saving!
  6. Yeah, I'm trying to look up the adjustment procedure for that valve?
  7. Happy Easter everyone, I've been rebuilding a International 1206 the tractor was partially parted out and destined for scrap. I just fired the engine after rebuild and now I'm working on the steering. Most everything was removed from the steering tower including the lines from pilot valve to hand pump. I've got everything put back together now, including hew hoses, rebuilt cylinder, and cleaned and replaced some lines. The pilot valve was completely seized and rusted from sitting exposed to the elements. My question is I have a pilot valve off a farmall 706 that I know works. Could anyone tell me the difference between these two? They look like the same housing but the original one( I 1206) has a cap on top with an o ring, and the 706 one looks to have an adjustment screw with a jamb nut. There listed as two different part numbers , even different part numbers between the farmall and international 1206s? Fyi my tractor is a I1206, no T/A, no pto, and 1 remote.
  8. I wish they had stuff like this in the Northeast!
  9. Yeah a lot of deals at that sale, I wish I had more play money
  10. Haha, your the second guy to say that, I'm definitely going to fix it up and hang on to it
  11. Honest auctioneer for sure, I wasn't planning on even bidding but there was little to no interest on it so I threw my hat in the ring. Needless to say I was very happy!
  12. I just picked one up at an auction, I believe it's a 66 series it has the straight levers without the balls on the end. Gonna need a full rebuild but couldn't pass it up for 60$
  13. This ones for sale on Craigslist, thats gotta be a record price! http://www.tractorhouse.com/ListingsDetail/Detail.aspx?lp=TH&OHID=26489037
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