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  1. Howdy, getting ready to tackle a long time coming project. I have the 1967 806 split and engine parts are back from the machine shop. Head is completely rebuilt, block is bored .030 over, crank is polished to standard size. Now to put her back together, just looking for any pointers or previous experience that may help me avoid costly time consuming re work. I still need to order my rebuild kit, was wondering what company everyone has had the best luck with for rebuild kits (tractor joe, jen sales, etc....)??? Would you guys recommend new lifters, push rods or stick with original, didn't have any issues with them. Appreciate any input, thanks.
  2. Took advantage of the 50 degree day and moved a bunch of diesels to the shop before the cold weather sets in. I'm in the process of putting lights up and had to snap this picture while on the scaffolding. Closest is the 856 custom. Needs 3 point arms, tach, fuel and temp guage. Needs the steering valve looked at, gets hard to steer at idle. Also going to slide the rear wheels out. 28" on center is just too close.... Next is my 806 standard. Needs a bunch of fuel leaks fixed, oil leaks, new seat. Bunch of lost motion in all the steering pivots need welded up. New front tires and rims. Also needs a better exhaust pipe. 3394 needs a seal in front right planetary. Radio hooked up, oil change, new hydraulic couplers. Dad's 806 with the cab is getting a bunch of smalls painted and cab interior work. Under the plastic is a Super M-TA diesel. It's owned by the guy I bought this farm site from, he wanted to leave it there to work on it over the winter. Stuffed full and it's not even December.
  3. Going to be rebuilding my 806 gasser, has serious oil blow by. Haven’t decided if I should do an in frame or major overhaul kit. Looking for suggestions on who to use for my rebuild kit and which type of kit I should use. Thanks for any info and advice.
  4. Hey guys, I’m in the works of purchasing parts and a 560 for a Farmall 560 puller. I have access to a d360 in many pieces that I’d have to find most of the bolts, front cover, rear cover, injection system and basically rebuild it, I also can get a dt360 and all I’d have to do is front cover rear cover and do something different with the injection system, so basically the dt360 would be cheaper and more plug and play sort of project imo. So, my question is, if you all where doing this what engine would you do, what injection system, would you do anything to the rest end/transmission? I’ll probably TA delete it, possibly needle the diff. This will be for 7500#-8500# and maybe 9500# 8mph class and occasional 10mph with 20.8 cuts. Thinking 300-500hp depending of cost of things and money at the time. Also, I know the d360’s are getting harder to find and are getting g expensive to find/get parts. That why the dt is looking like a better solution. Thanks
  5. Hello everyone - Greetings from Charlotte, NC. Unfortunately, my father passed away recently (he was 58) and I'm left with three Internationals: 1966 806D (pictured), 1967 806D, 1974 1466 These tractors were never show ponies - always work horses on a dairy. He bought the '66 806 before I was born (I'm 29). Because of this, they're all in need of a good amount of work - particularly the 806s, they both need a new clutch. I don't want to sell the tractors - I'd like to keep them and restore as I find time & money. Although I spent the first 20 years of my life milking cows, stacking hay, and cutting silage - I stepped away from that after college and now work in engineering. It's safe to say that these old tractors inspired my fascination with engineering and mechanical stuff. My first goal is to get them all running - some have been sitting for a few years, but were all running when parked. The '66 806 just required a new battery and a shot of ether to fire right up. I suspect the others will be the same. This will take years of work and tons of money, but hopefully it'll be worth it in the end. I'm sure I'll need the help and support of this community. Pictures of the other tractors to come shortly. Thanks, -Chad
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