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Thought for fun I would post a "Tractor for the Day" picture. I am not sure how often yet, will see what the response is. I will run out of tractors if I do it too often. So the first one is the 1486. First picture is one of ours and the second is one that I really like but have no clue who owns it or where it lives. Please feel free to add your 1486's to this thread.

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don't know why but it keeps being upside down when I add the file

 

 

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1486 day I brought it home after my friend George's sale last spring. (taping exhaust)

 

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Put it to work on the baler last summer

 

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Put it to work feeding cows this winter

 

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1 hour ago, 1466fan said:

don't know why but it keeps being upside down when I add the file

 

 

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Must live in Australia

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1 hour ago, INTERNATIONAL 1466 said:

Thought for fun I would post a "Tractor for the Day" picture. I am not sure how often yet, will see what the response is. I will run out of tractors if I do it too often. So the first one is the 1486. First picture is one of ours and the second is one that I really like but have no clue who owns it or where it lives. Please feel free to add your 1486's to this thread.

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Look at the weights on that thing!  What is that 9 sets there?

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The 1486 has always been one of my favourite tractors since the beginning… Finally got to buy one in 2017!

 I am in the process of giving it a complete restoration, fixing up all the leaks and anything that needs to be fixed and now I’m going to paint it, Hopefully this week!
I will post some pictures later…

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Less than 4000 hours, been in the family since day 1......last pic is delivery day.

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The 14 I had out of Hagler Nebraska. Fresh motor and it started better than most tractors I have been around. Only problem was the TA WAS STIFF! I never liked the 86 series until then!

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16 hours ago, hobbyfarm said:

Look at the weights on that thing!  What is that 9 sets there?

I could do that too. Just counted up the sets I have and it's 11 .... I will need some good bolts for it .

Certainly look better with the extra weight on them 

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6 hours ago, m.c.farmerboy said:

have to be an 86 to get in??????

Hoping to do this regularly for a while. Going to pick a specific model each time. I am thinking of a new new one each Sunday, but maybe more often possibly two a week.

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25 minutes ago, INTERNATIONAL 1466 said:

Hoping to do this regularly for a while. Going to pick a specific model each time. I am thinking of a new new one each Sunday, but maybe more often possibly two a week.

I like the new one every Sunday idea.

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By the time you get through 86’s, 66’s, 56’s, 5X88’s, 2+2’s, number series, letter series, 40/60 series, put the 544/826 together since they are a little bit their own. That is several weeks. 👍🏼👍🏼

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13 hours ago, Mr. Plow said:

Less than 4000 hours, been in the family since day 1......last pic is delivery day.

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Nice looking rig!  I just dont get how you guys can put so little hrs on tractors!  We avg 500 to 1200 a year on all of em but 3 of 12 machines. 

Wish we had our 886 dad bought new yet.

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It was bought in 77/78 as the primary tillage tractor on a 340 acre grain farm (no livestock).  In 82 grandfather retired and gave up the rented ground.  Since then it has done tillage work on 120 acres, half of which is no till beans.  So it only sees the disk and chisel in the fall and field cultivator in spring on 60 to 70 acres per year.  Have 656 to plant with.

It's "more than enough " for what we farm, but its paid for and matches the equipment we own.

Not, spraying, feeding, baling,  cultivating, hauling manure, blowing silage, etc. Keeps the hours down for sure!

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BTW,  the duals (and weights) are original to the 1206.....

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For your viewing pleasure.  1979.  7500 hours; rebuilt radiator to PTO a few years ago.  Purchased it from the neighbor when he retired.  I am the 3rd owner.

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I think you have enough hp for that disk!!!😄😄😄

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