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560Dennis

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560Dennis last won the day on July 24 2023

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    Madison,Ohio
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    All Machinery in General , Passion for Farmall's, 560 Diesel , Farmall C , Restoring Fordson Model F ?? Year . Fairbanks Morse hit miss 1919 . Would like a Farmall M and H someday .

    Hunting and Fishing

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  1. Maker of cappuccino at Starbucks , they seize up a lot ,what im thinking
  2. How Do you make the gaskets for that ?
  3. agree looks fixable ,call an expert Do they Cast one out of aluminum
  4. I personally have not seen many that would match that ,but that’s my opinion looking on Craigslist as an example ,good luck ,
  5. Only worked on C,s or 560 D so don’t know if I can comment unless it’s that model .
  6. They worked them hard ,so all the major systems have to be check over as close as Farmalls do. so make a list of things to check and go through it carefully at inspection. What I’m suggusting . Want to post some photos of your project,we can comment what’s your budget for repairs ?
  7. Going to a restaurant this week . Waiters are robots. I guess you walk into it order from kiosk. Scan a table number and sit down and the robot brings out the food. Don’t know how to get a refill of lemonade . Or if I spill it. Just have to make the best of it. Hear the food is excellent. Let you know how it goes!
  8. The grill looks ok to me ,what’s the problem with it? All fixable in my opinion . The tractors are 75 years old ,a few dents are inevitable . Should see mine ! one with damaged crank port is not bad ,i cut out a insert for it and trim and weld in patch.
  9. You have to preheat cast to 450 F then weld with cast rod . need to drill holes at the end of each fracture to stop it from . spreading . See the edited photo I’ll stop there
  10. good for you. Got the hot set ups there , like the good start with the cultivators for sure
  11. My opinion having cultivated with garden tractors . Anything big inside our hoop house would be very difficult to maneuver. I know I’d punch a hole in it ,to many things to watch . Rather use two wheelers with tiller .
  12. Not an expert ,but sounds like that it is one line loading up ( how I describe it , ) not all . Maybe one injector put heat infer red thermometer on the exhaust to find which is cold .
  13. Took me ten years to find a good used pickup. Good luck ! I’m not much help !
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