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Now that I have the video thing figured out here’s a few shorts for your enjoyment.


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Here are some videos of my IH pieces in action over the last couple years that I’ve always wanted to share here but up until now I didn’t know how to do it.
 

First here is my 1975 IH 3331 push mower. 
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Next is my 1944 McCormick Deering 1.5-2.5 HP stationary engine. I made an oak wagon for it with the help of my dad and touched up some paint and added decals. 
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Then my McCormick #10 manure spreader made just for the Cub as I found out. I’ve don’t nothing to it, very dependable. 
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Next is my 3pt mounted #9 hay rake. They originally had a 7 ft raking width but someone modified this to 9ft. There was on caster wheel missing and I never could come up with the right one so this older style came from Pennsylvania and I got a plate modified for it. The whole unit works great. 
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Finally is a Gleaner grain tank off a pull type combine that I made into a grain wagon. 
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The stationery engine is nice but what really caught my eye was the exceptionally clean skid steer in the background. 75xt?

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It’s a 435. We’ve had it since 2013. Not quite 900 hours on it if I’m remembering right. 

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I had one of those 3331's that I saved from a scrap pile at an auction. Sold it at RPRU in PA to a kid with a cool little collection of them. I've never seen another until now.

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2 minutes ago, IHhogfarmer said:

It’s a 435. We’ve had it since 2013. Not quite 900 hours on it if I’m remembering right. 

435 was the next generation equivalent to the 75xt if I'm not mistaken. The farm had one for a while, traded it on a new sv250 when it had about 5000 hours or so. Would have been better off keeping the 435.

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1 hour ago, TractormanMike.mb said:

435 was the next generation equivalent to the 75xt if I'm not mistaken. The farm had one for a while, traded it on a new sv250 when it had about 5000 hours or so. Would have been better off keeping the 435.

It’s a great loader. We got ours from a Case IH dealer that used it to move feed as they were a Purina feed dealer. So it’s had a good easy life

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1 hour ago, KWRB said:

I had one of those 3331's that I saved from a scrap pile at an auction. Sold it at RPRU in PA to a kid with a cool little collection of them. I've never seen another until now.

Mine does not have a serial number, it came off before I had it but you can see where it was. For about a year and a half the only identification I could figure out was how to read the manufacturing date of the B&S engine which was built in November of 1974…. So probably safe to say the mower is a 1975 model. On FB I posted the picture of it on an IH page and someone had one of those mowers NIB!! It was a 3331 too so that was my conformation. From that serial number and they originally had an engine cover. But you would have to take those off to service the air cleaner so that’s probably why mine doesn’t have one. 

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