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They’re gonna have to get used to repairing them somehow.....

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1 hour ago, 696IH said:

They’re gonna have to get used to repairing them somehow.....

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Bet if it was red Sledgehammer would have it for his boy

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There's one thing missing in that set. The can of either to get it to start once its back together :P.

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How come they let the kids 'work' on them----but not the grown ups??????????????

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3 minutes ago, mikem said:

How come they let the kids 'work' on them----but not the grown ups??????????????

Mike

^^this. Deere and this b.s. where they "own" the software in the tractor is crap. You spend hundreds of thousands of dollars and you still dont own it?

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I could see a red one too, "baby's first, second, third and fourth T/A replacement play set" for ages 1-4. Additional accessories "rear end replacement" and "pump screwdriver to keep up with green tractors" sold separately.

 

:lol:

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9 minutes ago, Indy Farmer said:

I could see a red one too, "baby's first, second, third and fourth T/A replacement play set" for ages 1-4. Additional accessories "rear end replacement" and "pump screwdriver to keep up with green tractors" sold separately.

 

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Yes indeed.

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Hopefully it shows them how to diagnose def pumps,  egr valves, dpf’s, bad senors, harnesss and computers because by the time they get old enough to work on tractors that is all they will be doing.  LOL. 

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1 minute ago, Paystar5000 said:

Hopefully it shows them how to diagnose def pumps,  egr valves, dpf’s, bad senors, harnesss and computers because by the time they get old enough to work on tractors that is all they will be doing.  LOL. 

For sure!!  No matter what color.

Ron

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Might not be a bad idea.  Some of these farm kids today are dumb and don't know much of anything when it comes to engines. 

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2 hours ago, Indy Farmer said:

I could see a red one too, "baby's first, second, third and fourth T/A replacement play set" for ages 1-4. Additional accessories "rear end replacement" and "pump screwdriver to keep up with green tractors" sold separately.

 

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Didnt need the screwdriver to keep up with green tractors of the same class. Needed the screwdriver to absolutley bury the green tractor 1 or 2  classes bigger. Thats a fact. As far as t/a's go theyre no different than the problems the deere stuff experienced. Same goes for rear ends too.

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Don't you just love it when greenies troll an IH site after all they get their feeling hurt easily.

 

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26 minutes ago, Bud W. said:

Don't you just love it when greenies troll an IH site after all they get their feeling hurt easily.

 

Thats just it at least you can turn up an IH diesel without adding a higher capacity oil pan and even then you would torch an engine pushing much past 20%over stock.

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I mean pick your poison deere 4020. You wanna lose to a 756,766,806,856,826,or maybe a hotter than stock 660? Doesnt even have to be much hotter. Our stock 660 will walk a 4010 and the rear end will hold up on the 660.

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1 hour ago, 660 driver said:

Didnt need the screwdriver to keep up with green tractors of the same class. Needed the screwdriver to absolutley bury the green tractor 1 or 2  classes bigger. Thats a fact. As far as t/a's go theyre no different than the problems the deere stuff experienced. Same goes for rear ends too.

Red mechanic doesn't have to be changing load draft seals weekly..... ;)

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23 minutes ago, bitty said:

Red mechanic doesn't have to be changing load draft seals weekly..... ;)

Correctamundo

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Fellows, doesn't matter what color they are, they all break down sometime. Red or green, nobody has built a machine yet that will run forever without some repairs.

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Regardless of the color, it's nice to see a kid's toy that's designed to be put together and makes something that works.  Hopefully it would inspire at least a few children to keep on doing it later in life on actual equipment.

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32 minutes ago, Black Shuck said:

Regardless of the color, it's nice to see a kid's toy that's designed to be put together and makes something that works.  Hopefully it would inspire at least a few children to keep on doing it later in life on actual equipment.

Might scare them away so they dont ever want to see a tractor again too.

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10 hours ago, Indy Farmer said:

I could see a red one too, "baby's first, second, third and fourth T/A replacement play set" for ages 1-4. Additional accessories "rear end replacement" and "pump screwdriver to keep up with green tractors" sold separately.

 

:lol:

Stuff like a TA tends to wear out when the red is in the field getting it done while the Deere guys are afraid to get them out of the barn😉

Sorry, had to poke back! lol

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17 hours ago, 696IH said:

They’re gonna have to get used to repairing them somehow.....

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Factory service training?????😆

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5 hours ago, hillskinefarms said:

Fellows, doesn't matter what color they are, they all break down sometime. Red or green, nobody has built a machine yet that will run forever without some repairs.

"Now ain't THAT the ever-lovin' truth!"

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"There's not a machine made that a man can't break, if he tries hard enough."

Quote from a sticker that "Kearns" machinery used to put on every Cat they sold.

Mike

 

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15 hours ago, IHKIWI said:

Factory service training?????😆

Or might be training for factory assembly workers.  I understand most of the 2nd & 3rd shift employees in the Quad-Cities keep asking "Would you like fries with that" when they're done putting their parts on at Seeding, Harvester, or Davenport.

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Cant get em to pass a drug test or if they do they make it less than 2 weeks and stop coming in or come in late at the Ankeny plant. True story i know some peoples.

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