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Long Farms

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Looky there!  It’s got two sets of weights already, your work is half done!  Oh, wait, they may not be lined up to your specs. Darn!  Wish it was on my yard anyway!! Think I better move to Texas. 

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Dang...been repainted once already, too. lol

Someone surely installed the sway block drawbar support on the rear later on in it's life, I'm sure.  I like that style better.

Travis

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15 minutes ago, Sparky said:

Dang...been repainted once already, too. lol

Someone surely installed the sway block drawbar support on the rear later on in it's life, I'm sure.  I like that style better.

Travis

Alot of 66s and 86s around here have the cam style sway blocks. Worked better for toolbar equipment. I take them off and pile em up. No one around here wants them. 

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39 minutes ago, Long Farms said:

Alot of 66s and 86s around here have the cam style sway blocks. Worked better for toolbar equipment. I take them off and pile em up. No one around here wants them. 

Just curious why that is? I always thought they were a beter deal the the other style sway limiters.

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12 hours ago, Long Farms said:

Alot of 66s and 86s around here have the cam style sway blocks. Worked better for toolbar equipment. I take them off and pile em up. No one around here wants them. 

Boy I wish you were my neighbor I would have a drawbar swap program going on with you

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5 minutes ago, bitty said:

Boy I wish you were my neighbor on have a drawbar swap program going on with you

Fastenal is cheap way to send heavy parts. Bought a quick hitch out of PA and shipped to TX for $150. Food for thought.

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52 minutes ago, Long Farms said:

Alot of 66s and 86s around here have the cam style sway blocks. Worked better for toolbar equipment. I take them off and pile em up. No one around here wants them. 

Around here, I've not seen that style of drawbar support on anything older than 1980...kind of neat.

Travis

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My 1086 has the cam sway three point block style I like them much better also there's alot less linkage to wear out anything mounted like a chisel or plow it lasts forever its a great option I think

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12 hours ago, Long Farms said:

5501 original hrs. Very straight. Needs love but will clean up well. 

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I've never seen a tractor so evenly faded and lightly rusted like that  must not have ever seen a shed in its entire life was it near a coastal area did it have a loader on it  looks like mounts still there

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1 hour ago, Sparky said:

Around here, I've not seen that style of drawbar support on anything older than 1980...kind of neat.

Travis

We had one factory on an early ('77) 1586

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2 hours ago, Long Farms said:

Fastenal is cheap way to send heavy parts. Bought a quick hitch out of PA and shipped to TX for $150. Food for thought.

I'm going to send you a p/m

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16 hours ago, ihrondiesel said:

Looky there!  It’s got two sets of weights already, your work is half done!  Oh, wait, they may not be lined up to your specs. Darn!  Wish it was on my yard anyway!! Think I better move to Texas. 

Even has a clutch booster!

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15 hours ago, INTERNATIONAL 1466 said:

Where is the 85 front mount? Nice 1066, like those cam hitches way better.

Not sure. I just sold my 85 8r38" front mount. Id like a 12r30" 85 front mount. Still have my 78 6r30". 

My '75 has better sheetmetal and 6600hrs and set up way i like it, but '76 has 5500hrs all the late model parts except 6 hole wedgelocks and tie rod steering cyl. On top of all this i still have to go round up the other 1026 i bought. I just dont like having equipment scatterd out there. The sooner i get them home the better. 

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