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Hydro70

Look at this nicely restored 1586

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Looks like everything has new on it and he did make it look good with all that rubber on the front and back

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 Nice !! 

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I’d say repainted not restored.....

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Did that grab bar by the steps come on some of the 86 models ? I've never seen one before.. maybe an add on ? 

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2 hours ago, north of 60 said:

Did that grab bar by the steps come on some of the 86 models ? I've never seen one before.. maybe an add on ? 

K&M step and hand rail kit.

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Good looking rig , always like the looks of those old girls when there all painted up !!  I would paint or replace the lug bolts on the duals and front wheels , hub caps . Just those small details really make them look great 😊

Danny 

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Picture of dad’s almost new . His was an early one .not quite as pretty new as the one you posted hydro.

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Sharp as a tack!

That’s the result of many many hours of work and the results look wonderful.

 

Bravo

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On 5/11/2018 at 5:24 PM, CIHTECH said:

K&M step and hand rail kit.

K&M has a knack for making handy add on’s that function very well.

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30 minutes ago, lorenzo said:

K&M has a knack for making handy add on’s that function very well.

The '86-'88 series should have come from the factory with the K+M step/handrail kit as well as the door extension and handrail kit! Makes them so user friendly and looks better to.

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On ‎5‎/‎12‎/‎2018 at 7:53 AM, dale560 said:

Picture of dad’s almost new . His was an early one .not quite as pretty new as the one you posted hydro.

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Dale your Dads new one there looks like some of them in the literature from IH at that time...........whatever happen to it, yall still own it

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The new restoration forgot to put the sharp lookin chrome inside door handles on it...................Cmon Man

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As far as looks go the 86 series were my favorit IH tractor!

That one looks great!

Rick

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7 hours ago, Hydro70 said:

Dale your Dads new one there looks like some of them in the literature from IH at that time...........whatever happen to it, yall still own it

No dad lost that one in 83 he had it paid for. But was way behind on operating and land payments. He did the stupid thing and let the land and paid for equipment go and kept the big stuff with huge payments yet. The rest is history. 

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There is a picture out at their house of the 1586 brand new getting loaded on a delivery truck almost like the one you see of the 1468 getting delivered in the ads. But if I every find it later on after mom and dad pass I will post it.

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Oh, I like.  BK

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On 5/11/2018 at 6:24 PM, CIHTECH said:

K&M step and hand rail kit.

Looks like it could use one more step depending on your age and (lack of) height of back pockets from ground.

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Back pockets to the ground. I fall into that category

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