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  1. We need a dog thread. Please feel free to add as you see fit. New dogs, old dogs, dogs with tractors, whatever. Pictures are encouraged! I'll start. The first is our ~9 year old Australian Cattle dog-Corgi mix. She's her Momma's girl. My wife adopted her when she was single and she knows her job -protect the family. She's fiercely protective of both my wife and daughter. Put a new knee ligament in her last winter. She slipped in the icy tractor tracks in the yard in January last year and ruptured her equivalent of an ACL. It was a long 6-month recovery; she was pretty much cra
  2. Hi Guys it has been a couple week's cense I posted with my head removal and heading to machine shop. cracked in #1 and #4 right between intake and exhaust valves. Repaired and new seats installed, 4) new starter valves installed. Because I had over heating problems I removed water pump and flushed and back flushed the radiator. I am now all cleaned out and water pump looked good. Did get some mouse debris from back flush from upper tank. Install head this week with new head gasket all back together and valves adjusted, so it was time to start it. Fire and started ri
  3. Started soybean harvest the other day.
  4. I’ve been thinking about building a striking anvil. What is that you ask? Good question. A striking anvil is a large, heavy block of steel mounted on a 3 legged stand that is simply used to beat on. This saves wear and tear on your anvil and generally has a hardy hole (square hole on anvil) to accept hardy tools to perform different tasks like bending, cutting, or fullering. They can be made however you would like but are normally shorter than your anvil because when used with a “striker” (another person swinging a large hammer while you hold tooling) you don’t need a really tall platform to
  5. My job took me to Johnson county Iowa. Was pretty much business as usual till I got there. Their was a old car in the way. Poor place to park a non running vehicle in front of my trailer but that seems to go with the territory lately. We tried starting it but failed. So three of us pushed it out of the way. After swapping out the trailers I snapped some pictures. Looks like it was sold new in California and has since migrated to Iowa. Don't know if theirs any Cadillac fans on here? But thought I'd share. Looked interesting to me. Almost forgot, look at the big battery that's in it 😏! Afte
  6. Bought a couple windbreakers the other nite. Tried putting one on the 400 real quick after work before it got dark. Think it will work ok even tho its off a super mta. Head light cut outs are not zactly right for 400 so im gonna have to think of something there. Some the brackets or small pieces are missing so i was hoping to find parts breakdown on ih online parts catalog but have no idea how to find it. Any ideas? Anybody have any helpful brochures? Pictures? Stories? The other one is for a 656 but bought it hoping it would work on the 560 even tho i dont use it in winter at this time.
  7. Tony asked if I would post some videos of the plowing they did today. He will add commentary.
  8. They went from plowing to pulling out in California today. Tony will be along to add commentary.
  9. Went to the state fair today. Most things are the same from year to year. I myself like to visit the 4H and the FFA tractors. My wife likes to check out the photography at both of those places as well the main photography area for the fair. And of course the fabric and threads area in the varied industries building. We stream lined it as we're not big crowd people but still wanna see stuff. Main thing we noticed in photos and tractor restorations, exhibitors were down in numbers big time. On the plus side, the quality in tractor restorations was up. The last few years some of them didn't look
  10. Well, this is a tractor forum😋😂🤣
  11. Here’s some pics of the ‘dealership’ they have created for a movie being filmed locally, sorry I couldn’t get better pics, there is a MFWD 5488 and a 2wd 5088, some Magnums and a 574
  12. The first one in the link is a old cabover Freightliner. Just in nice shape.And possibly headed to Florida if reasonable trucking can be found. The other two were just there when I stopped to look at a trailer for the business. It just wasn't good enough so I passed. But grabbed a few pictures while I was there. The old Fleetstar had a 290 Cummins, I THINK, and a 9 or 10 speed, twin screw, and air brakes. It obviously didn't run as the brake canisters were pinned to release the brakes. http://m.diamondtrailsales.com/List/Truck/ForSale/28327281
  13. Some friends of mine painted this. They're not in the business but should be in my opinion. I asked for permission to share. They said yes as long as I didn't reveal my source. They're definitely not the toot your own horn kind of guys. My kind of guys. 👍👌. So I'm happy to share these with you.
  14. Here's another one. Friend of mine sent it to me so I'm sharing. It's kinda a early one. THREE DIGIT SERIAL NUMBER😁! https://carbondale.craigslist.org/grd/6795139331.html
  15. Here's the latest creation to come off the wife's turbo needles. And here's the backstory. Last Christmas (2017) my wife gave away several small bears. When we delivered two to the secretaries at Central Trailer Service in Altoona, Iowa, the place we get our trailers worked on, the service manager made this statement, Where's ours? So my wife's brain went into overdrive. Especially after we learned more about him. He's a Harley guy and his nickname is The Kool Aid Man. You'll understand after you see the pictures. So here's Harley, the Kool Aid bear. She had no pattern to foll
  16. I received some pictures from a friend last night. They aren't the type to blow their own horn so names and location will NOT be disclosed. So I'm gonna share the pictures but no particulars. Please share your thoughts. I will let them know. Thanks in advance.
  17. Awhile back we discussed on here that a great topic idea would be to post pictures of your equipment that correspond to today's date. So, let's see pictures of your pride and joy. Working, playing, restored or in work clothes. I will start with my 1966 Farmall 1206.
  18. Wife and I were reminiscing this morning about when your young you want time to go faster and now that we're older we wish it would slow down. And a few milestones came to mind I thought a few of you IRON HEADS might enjoy. So here goes. Five years ago today I found my wife's dad's 756 back. Had to wait till Monday to make the call to buy it but it's been five years already. Unbelievable. And the coolest part about finding it on 11-11-2013. First off it's Veteran's Day. It's also my wife's dad's mom's birthday. Hope you can digest all that. We've tuned it up a bit as the pictures will show.
  19. The guys that farm around our acreage farm with green equipment. And the guy that farms across the road from us also uses green equipment. And when Maxx is outside and they are around he absolutely goes nuts. Barking continuously and running back and forth along the fence of his kennel. It's hard to get him to quiet down. Well we let him out today and some red equipment was using the field. People were parking there I'm assuming due to a wet spot. And he was a completely different dog. Barked a few times and we called him off and he walked away. And this has happened before. During
  20. Cranked up this morning and headed towards town. This morning was fuel morning. Was driving somewhat out the side window as usual😀. Anyway I spied a load of yellow and white paint. So we had to go check it out. The owner was pretty sure they were sold. And assured me they wouldn't be scrapped so we moved on. After taking a few pictures of course.👍
  21. Just found this on Craigslist. Thought you guys might enjoy seeing it. https://dubuque.craigslist.org/grd/d/h-806-lp-gas/6490394964.html
  22. I wanted something a little more heavy duty for trail/off road use on the back of my Scout. It had to be heavy enough to hold up the whole rig and also have at least one tow point for recovery and tie down purposes. I know you all like pics so here it goes. The first bumper I made. It was done in 15 minutes, painted, and thrown in for a next day trail ride. This one worked but wasn't as nice as I wanted it to be. (The tube is an Allis Chalmers planter frame) After a visit to the local welding shop for supplies. The goal was to sleeve heavy wall tubing into the frame and build off of
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