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Taking down some fence down and the 1586 was put to work on the winder

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I see you have dual pto shafts also, i put one in mine 25 years ago, makes them a lot handier.

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Figured you guys of all people would have had one on a belt pulley on a H or M...............Have to go all high tech on us.

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Whatever it takes. My cousin used their JD 8245R on a Flexi Coil post pounder because the parking brake on the 5488 doesn't work.  

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2 hours ago, TP from Central PA said:

Figured you guys of all people would have had one on a belt pulley on a H or M...............Have to go all high tech on us.

Old timers talk of jacking up the old ford or dodge pickup. Put a disc blade welded up to make a spool to the lugnuts. Put pickup in gear and wind. We rented this hyd winder and it is nice 

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Think you used enough tractor there Butch😁

(If Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were helping you roll wire)

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😁😂🤣

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3 hours ago, from H to 80 said:

I see you have dual pto shafts also, i put one in mine 25 years ago, makes them a lot handier.

Yes it was in tractor. This one someone welded the small and big shaft ends together. But i think all you really need to do is put the 1586 pump and casting onto a dual pto

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1 hour ago, dale560 said:

Old timers talk of jacking up the old ford or dodge pickup. Put a disc blade welded up to make a spool to the lugnuts. Put pickup in gear and wind. We rented this hyd winder and it is nice 

Dale560, What brand winder is that? I have a mile of so of fence I need to take out. I wonder if I could adapt it to a fast hitch? 

Not wanting ti hijack, but anybody got any winder preferences? I'm looking to buy one.

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17 minutes ago, dads706 said:

Dale560, What brand winder is that? I have a mile of so of fence I need to take out. I wonder if I could adapt it to a fast hitch? 

Not wanting ti hijack, but anybody got any winder preferences? I'm looking to buy one.

Common sense. Made here in North Dakota or maybe right across border in South Dakota. 1250 retail. They pull really good. We have a pto winder but the drive rubbers are worn out.  There is another brand the rental place has also but they wind up on a tapered drum so you need drum to unroll wire if using it again.

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And not to hijack the thread. Notice the 66 hood and muffler best thing about the tractor.

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2 hours ago, sandhiller said:

Think you used enough tractor there Butch😁

(If Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were helping you roll wire)

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I was thinking this exact thing with this exact quote in mind 😆

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1 hour ago, Ihfan4life said:

Can you get some more pictures of the winder?

Tommorrow

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4 hours ago, Ihfan4life said:

Can you get some more pictures of the winder?

Here are pics from website.

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I built my winder out of a drive motor off a zero turn walk behind. Works pretty good almost too fast tho cant imagine trying to wind with more flow than the 656 has. 

Also why reuse a 60 dollar roll of wire except for repairs? 

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25 minutes ago, mader656 said:

I built my winder out of a drive motor off a zero turn walk behind. Works pretty good almost too fast tho cant imagine trying to wind with more flow than the 656 has. 

Also why reuse a 60 dollar roll of wire except for repairs? 

We plan on unrolling some of the barb wire it was only a 9 years old. The high tensile is getting given away.

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I think you might want a little more horsepower and for sure some loaded duals to handle that fence roller!!! Lol 

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I got a frame from common sense for 50 bucks, just need a few more parts to finish it, haha

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On 4/22/2020 at 11:10 AM, dale560 said:

Taking down some fence down and the 1586 was put to work on the winder

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66 series turbo and manifold too? Puts the muffler really close to the windshield. 

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1 hour ago, FarmerFixEmUp said:

66 series turbo and manifold too? Puts the muffler really close to the windshield. 

Guys estate we bought it from done this on his other 1086  he kept. He wrecked a lot of 06 56 and 66 so he had parts. I actually like this muffler on there super quiet 

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