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A long time friend’s son started helping me this summer a little bit when he has time. He’s a great kid and follows directions and loves old equipment. Him and his father have the whole color spectrum in equipment. He just bought a 826 from a local large farm that has engine problems and is missing some sheet metal. He is really proud of he first IH and asked me if I could help him locate the pieces he needs. He needs the 2 lower long white side pieces that have the international on them, the air filter side shield and the little square cover under the steering wheel on the column. He said he has checked with Macfaddons and they don’t have anything. If anyone could point me in a good direction or has any of the pieces that would be greatly appreciated. I post some pictures of his tractor. It was pretty abused where it came from but he plans on restoring it. Thanks everyone   9F62609F-6A48-45EF-9FB0-2A41C4643360.thumb.jpeg.9d775e8f1b5a572b6323b089b01f30d8.jpeg61F20E6E-341B-482B-9A36-260259455C74.thumb.jpeg.3345030ba40920546d6c8d4a67c3d018.jpeg139D0CC0-0ED2-4F35-850F-65E48444EDBB.thumb.jpeg.fe6c48e95cc788c7f0a165e006963570.jpeg

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try cook tractor they have yards in both Missouri and Illinois.

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Bates Corp

Devon's Tractor

Hines Repair

Tony 

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Goodrich TRactor parts in Newark Valley had an 826 that donated hood etc to mine in 2010. 607-642-3294

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Roeters in Grant MI, they have all sorts of stuff for all sorts of tractors over there.

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The small square under the steering wheel is the ether start button.

That is what the wire hooks to.

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Thanks guys, I’ll check them out. 

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If those dont work i have another guy you can check with.

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Might have some of that stuff at Colfax tractor. @nepoweshiekfarmalls might be able to help you. 

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Is he within driving distance of MacFadden’s?  I just assumed he had only called and asked if they had the parts.  I wanted a front rim last year....pretty sure they had Lots and Lots of them, but they  must have  been busy as over the phone they told me they didn’t have any.  First rainy day, I took a drive out there anyway.....and got one, of the several, that they had.  Told my buddy they didn’t have a shifting lever cover for a 706 either.....he drove out....they had three. He bought them all.

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Thank you everyone for all your suggestions. Called a ton of places from most of the suggestions and Devon from Devons tractor parts recommended a place that had them and for a fair price. My friends son is very excited to get his tractor looking better. Thanks again. 
 

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Try all states ag parts if none of the other places don't pan out. I was in one of their warehouses once at one of their yards and they had shelves stacked up with tin and trim pieces.

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Please keep us updated with photo's if you can!

 

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That right fender though 😖

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Knights Tractor, Ellsworth Wisconsin just parted out an 826 2 months ago, and a bunch of other 806-856 tractors!! 651 307 1206

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11 hours ago, Bgriffin856 said:

That right fender though 😖

Got to love how these employees on big farms treat stuff. I guess the employee that ran the tractor decided he didn’t like it and pretty much destroyed it. It was purchased new by the farm he got it from back in the late 60’s by the now owners dad. Funny thing is my dad worked one spring for him when the tractor was new. 

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Here are a couple pics of his tractor. He has put a bunch of time into it. Replaced a lot of gaskets that where leaking, head rebuild, new seat and a chrome straight pipe😬. The tin arrived yesterday and I took it over. He was very happy with it. DB6A6CE8-EE14-468B-BAD1-C9C9F2931260.thumb.jpeg.693704f423ee530f6f85d0983a71c31d.jpegF80783A2-49E7-4F33-BF06-0A77C251904C.thumb.jpeg.4321cb30908bdcd0c5cc696188814ed7.jpeg93F3C0C6-E02D-4D1C-A78D-5FC728BA8770.thumb.jpeg.97d68135dabd9143835d890f57915947.jpeg

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On 6/25/2020 at 12:04 PM, NY1468 said:

Got to love how these employees on big farms treat stuff. I guess the employee that ran the tractor decided he didn’t like it and pretty much destroyed it. It was purchased new by the farm he got it from back in the late 60’s by the now owners dad. Funny thing is my dad worked one spring for him when the tractor was new. 

That is when that employee would be looking for a different job....

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On 6/25/2020 at 11:04 AM, NY1468 said:

Got to love how these employees on big farms treat stuff. I guess the employee that ran the tractor decided he didn’t like it and pretty much destroyed it. It was purchased new by the farm he got it from back in the late 60’s by the now owners dad. Funny thing is my dad worked one spring for him when the tractor was new. 

When I was at BT&I, we had a 60 or 70 Series JD 4WD come into the shop because one of the employees had run the tongue of a disk/blade plow and cracked the rear axle housing while trying to hook it up.

The floor mat in the cab was all tore up from him using his spurs to "rake" it as he was operating the tractor.

It belonged to a BTO down at Ashland, KS.

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2 hours ago, NY1468 said:

Here are a couple pics of his tractor. He has put a bunch of time into it. Replaced a lot of gaskets that where leaking, head rebuild, new seat and a chrome straight pipe😬. The tin arrived yesterday and I took it over. He was very happy with it. DB6A6CE8-EE14-468B-BAD1-C9C9F2931260.thumb.jpeg.693704f423ee530f6f85d0983a71c31d.jpegF80783A2-49E7-4F33-BF06-0A77C251904C.thumb.jpeg.4321cb30908bdcd0c5cc696188814ed7.jpeg93F3C0C6-E02D-4D1C-A78D-5FC728BA8770.thumb.jpeg.97d68135dabd9143835d890f57915947.jpeg

AS THEY SAY..SHES TAKEN BAG...LOOKIN GOOD THERE SON...GREAT GOING ON IT.REMEMBER YOU WILL HAVE MORE MONEY IN IT WHAT ITS WORTH.

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It's nice to see young people taking a interest in this kind of stuff

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On 6/27/2020 at 8:12 AM, NY1468 said:

Here are a couple pics of his tractor. He has put a bunch of time into it. Replaced a lot of gaskets that where leaking, head rebuild, new seat and a chrome straight pipe😬. The tin arrived yesterday and I took it over. He was very happy with it. DB6A6CE8-EE14-468B-BAD1-C9C9F2931260.thumb.jpeg.693704f423ee530f6f85d0983a71c31d.jpegF80783A2-49E7-4F33-BF06-0A77C251904C.thumb.jpeg.4321cb30908bdcd0c5cc696188814ed7.jpeg93F3C0C6-E02D-4D1C-A78D-5FC728BA8770.thumb.jpeg.97d68135dabd9143835d890f57915947.jpeg

Orin,

Judging by how “flat” the ground looks the tractor must be somewhere other than your place.

 I still need to get down your way to look at the hitch.

 

Jeff

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On 6/27/2020 at 7:12 AM, NY1468 said:

Here are a couple pics of his tractor. He has put a bunch of time into it. Replaced a lot of gaskets that where leaking, head rebuild, new seat and a chrome straight pipe😬. The tin arrived yesterday and I took it over. He was very happy with it. DB6A6CE8-EE14-468B-BAD1-C9C9F2931260.thumb.jpeg.693704f423ee530f6f85d0983a71c31d.jpeg

Someone needs to begin feeding that young man some beef and potatoes and if that does not help, beer.  Strong wind may blow the poor youngster away!

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