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I-1456 S/N 10279

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Neighbor to the West and fellow board member Jim Hartman (Axial-flow) sent me pics of his latest 1456. Bought it out of OH, sold new in Canada. 

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Cool! Looks like it fits right in with the rest of the IHs I see. I see some red tops, another diamond cab and even the 4 post ROPS?

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39 minutes ago, Cool1566 said:

Cool! Looks like it fits right in with the rest of the IHs I see. I see some red tops, another diamond cab and even the 4 post ROPS?

I know he has an 826 wheatland,  a 966 or 1066 hydro, 3488 or 3688.

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Tractordata shows 294 built, just a few more came after this one. Wonder when the hydraulic outlets went to that style?

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Way to go Jim. Looks like a nice one. 

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I really like the looks of the 56 series wheatland/standards with the diamond cabs 

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Nice tractor! You guys gotta lot of 1456 down thier

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Looks good.    Wish I could find one affordable.     Surprised most of them came with 18.4-38 rubber.     Has one of the frame rails been replaced???

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6 hours ago, nate said:

Looks good.    Wish I could find one affordable.     Surprised most of them came with 18.4-38 rubber.     Has one of the frame rails been replaced???

Has to have been. Ive always seen standards with mostly solid frame rails. 

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34 minutes ago, Long Farms said:

Has to have been. Ive always seen standards with mostly solid frame rails. 

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The one on the right side is correct for a standard.   They could of ran out at the factory and threw a farmall one on the other side??

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3 or 4 of those 1066's configured like that came into NE IN around 20 yrs ago.  They were from FL where they were used on the beach for trash pickup or something. Seems as though some had the shade on the ROPS. May have rotted off the ones some from the salt 

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