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  1. Thank’s for the guys who gave me the torque specs and valve clearances! Son in law learned how to inspect a head (his was cracked), properly clean surfaces that mate with a gasket and to use a feeler gauge/set valve clearances. And yes, I made him do the actual work so he learned how to do it, not how to watch it be done. Rick
  2. Here's a picture of the two side by side, sentry on the left and test harness on the right in case anybody was wondering what to look for
  3. My trucker friend sent me this yesterday. One 1206W and two 806's. Thought you guys and gals might enjoy seeing them.
  4. Got this from a great trucker friend of mine. He has a 966/1066 hybrid. 966 front mated to a 1066 rear. He's my go to guy when I buy something in tim buck two. And as stated, he's more than a business acquaintance. He's a friend. His son did this as some of the highlights in his own life. I thought it was really cool so I asked if I could share it with all of you. I got the green light. So enjoy. I'm gonna send him a link to this once it's up so he can share your replies with his son.
  5. Hey guys. I was studying serial numbers and discovered that this might be the last one built. Number 501 was first and they made 2,572 of them. Added together you get 3073 as the last one built. I bought the tractor after discovering it was the last one made. I talked to the owner and he also confirmed that it was the last one to roll out the doors of farmall. Anyway here is the picture. Hope you enjoy.
  6. Thought you might like this picture that my son has hanging in his room. It used to hang in the pik rite dealership here. I think it was taken in PA, but not positive. If so, I'm sure it was probably near Lewisburg. Gotta be early nineties.
  7. Friend of mine text this to me tonight. Thought it was very fitting to post it on this red site.
  8. Friend text me this picture yesterday afternoon. Stated this, Coworker yesterday. And I'm not surprised. From what he tells me his coworkers are lazy and careless. And surprisingly enough, no damage.
  9. A friend sent me this to me this morning. Happy Thanksgiving all.
  10. Friend of mine sent me this today. It's a Tractor Supply Corp video. It's actually him on his 826. The video is playing on a 80 foot screen in Times Square. How cool is that? Had to share.
  11. This is really cool. A friend sent me this and I had to share it with the rest of you. The tractor is a 1466. The wagon is a Brent 440. His dad built the wagon from scratch. Pretty amazing? His sister loves decor. And this was on the table for Father's day/Sunday dinner. I'd say he's a very lucky guy.
  12. That's the thought I had today when I lined up three of my babies for a bath. Was getting them ready for tomorrow for the Marshalltown Iowa Veterans Home Tractor Show. I don't have any white or brown tractors to complete the sandwich. But wanted to share just for fun. Planning on taking a bunch of pictures tomorrow. Will try and post them tomorrow night.
  13. With show and ride season approaching I brought 4 out of hibernation today. And it wasn't bad at all. Took them all on about a three mile ride to get the fluids stirring again. Kinda fun to have a tractor steering wheel in my hand instead of a truck one. I also enjoyed the smell of l.p. burning vs gas or diesel fumes. The 656 L.P. will be getting a new battery. But I knew it was bad last fall. Figured it could set with a old battery and not waste 6 months warranty off the new one. But a booster charger brought it to life. The 460 diesel needed that booster charger to. The cables were kinda dirty. I load tested the battery, one time bad, the next good. So the jury is out on whether it's good or bad. But the tractor ran and drove fine. My little Navy H needed the points shined up and it took right off. And last was the Super M L.P. Other than a few extra revolutions from setting the last 6 months it needed nothing. So all in all it was a good day. Might need a couple batteries but that's part of the hobby so I'm not sweating it. Check and change some fluids and let the fun begin. I will pre apologize for the blurry picture. Kinda blustery here today. Hoping to crank a few more up tomorrow. Don't know if there will be a photo op or not. Depends how the day goes.
  14. Trucker friend of mine emailed this to me tonight. Very cool. Didn't wanna put it in my other dealerships post as it's not in Iowa.
  15. Friend of mine is looking at a 186 Hydro tractor. Has been studying pictures. If you look at the lower right side of the picture is shows a MCCORMICK sticker on the bell housing area. Does this sticker mean anything special. His 3488 has the same sticker. Does it simply bring light to the fact it's a hydro tractor? Thanks in advance for your responses.
  16. Anybody ever see this before? Found it on Dubuque, Iowa Craigslist this afternoon. Here's what the ad said. HEAVY DUTY WIDE TREAD REAR AXLES used on IH And it said for 1206 and 1256. Decided to share and see what you guys had to say.
  17. This image was on the intro from the advertisements. I was half paying attention to the TV, but I realized what I was seeing and had to rewind it for a second look. I am guessing 706 or 806.
  18. Friend of mine told me about this today so I checked it out. Raleigh, North Carolina craigslist. The ad stated 1 of 124. Have no clue if that's true. Gotta be fairly rare so I'm sharing. Not advertising by any means. Just thought the 06 series guys might like to see it.
  19. Friend of mine sent me this picture yesterday. He's doing his MARITAL DUTIES ( going to the in laws ) which he has no problem doing just his funny way of saying it. His in laws live in Texas so he does some scouting while traveling to and from. This particular tractor is in a salvage yard somewhere around Hillsboro, Texas. I know it's not as rare as the 756 L.P. that was talked about in the other post but considering I had a photo I thought I'd share anyway. I enjoy the pictures on here as much as anyone. Anyway just sharing the photo. I'm not connected to this tractor in any way.
  20. Found these over on Tractor House earlier today. A one owner 826 and a two owner 756. Farmer retirement making them for sale. I like my German Diesels and I'm a sucker for nice originals which is how these are being advertised. It's a good thing storage space is at a premium here and I don't have tons of extra cash burnin' a hole in my pocket. Otherwise I'd be making a call. I'm not affiliated with them but wanted to share the picture anyway. Enjoy!
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