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  1. bauerj

    USS Hornet

    My step-son just found this image. Apparently they found the USS Hornet where it sank. It has what appears to be an IH I-4 as an aircraft tug still on the deck.
  2. Must be a boy she knows that’s pulling. If not, she’s figured out it’s a target rich environment.
  3. Tom, Attached is the line setting ticket for my 1568.  Located in New Ulm, MN


    1. FarmallTom


      That is really cool!

      Did you buy this tractor new?

      Can I get a description of the condition, etc?

      Also, owner name, ph@. and/or email would be helpful as well.




      PS - The closest I currently have to yours is 7354 (IA) and 7362 (no info)

  4. bauerj

    Introduction and questions about IH trucks

    Greg, where are you located?
  5. bauerj

    Road trip to Minneapolis.

    The IH warehouse was on University Avenue between Minneapolis and St. Paul ( Midway area ). It has been repurposed, but I can't recall what it is now.
  6. bauerj

    How far would you drive a tractor home

    Drive it. I put more road miles on my Magnum in a couple of days driving back and forth to my other farm 7 miles away. 30 years ago I drove an IH 93 combine home 120 miles at 10 miles an hour. It took 2 days. Had to quit on the first day as my sag wagon driver got tired of driving a pickup that slow. All that just to junk it out for the engine.
  7. bauerj

    Any of you guys remember rendering lard?

    We still do, but at a small scale. The butcher sends the fat back with the meat from our butchered hog. We cook it down in a crock pot. Feed the cracklings to the farm cats. They go nuts over it.
  8. bauerj

    Few pics of some Red for you

    Wife volunteered for combine duty last fall when time was getting tight. Gotta love it.
  9. bauerj

    Ih grain dryer

    I have an parts manual for it !
  10. bauerj

    A TD35 in Australia

    I enjoyed the video. In an effort to reduce wasted hand cranking of my TD-35, after flipping the decompression lever I generally turn the magneto by hand until it engages so I don't have to crank the engine to get the magneto engaged. Have fun with the new toy!