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That's one for a 1566-68 with the belled bottom

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14 minutes ago, MarkG said:

What does wide leg mean?

Made special to fit the 1566 and 1568. It is wider where it bolts to the top of the axle housings.

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Hopefully someone here knows for sure ,but ive been told in the later 66,s IH changed and made them all wide? This particular one came off a Blackstripe766 that unfortunately was headed to be a puller .I tried to get it all but no sale so took what i could .Middle pic is a Leaman wide base that is on a 15 in the shop now .First pic is regular bottom from Leaman.This setup was headed to the 14 but the cab is just too nice to pull ac even still works one owner (till me)clean Indiana tractor,It will end up on either a 14 or Hydro 100.

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On 4/30/2021 at 10:07 PM, INTERNATIONAL 1466 said:

Made special to fit the 1566 and 1568. It is wider where it bolts to the top of the axle housings.

And how come they won’t fit a 1586????

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Thats cool, all these guys pulling cabs off to make open stations, i run from sun like a vampire, even a cab without glass is 1000x more appealing to me than an open station. That canopy looks like just the ticket. 

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On 4/30/2021 at 9:52 PM, MarkG said:

What does wide leg mean?

Euphemism?

Those jeans I wore in high school?

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