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IH 1456 S/N 10014


Long Farms

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Yank em off and toss em in a pile and find better condition arms. No way to build them up and look right. Plenty of them in salvage yards. Ive parted out several 1466s, 1086s, 1466s and 1486s to better my 3pts. 

Added 2 sets per wheel of 400078r2 wheel weights. Even installed IH square head bolts. Dont get to use them too often because they are hard to come by and i normally stack on more weights. 

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On 8/21/2022 at 10:13 PM, DT Fan said:

Doubt if I ever get to Texas, but if I do, stopping at your place is number one on my list!

X2 although I really want to get to Axal flows place in Texas before eternity.. stopping by to drool over Brian's 1456 collection would be awesome 

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Aftermarket spring loaded rod. Some like them and some dont. Adjusted right with stock rod you wont get gear grind but these help even more i think. I didnt get a pic, but had to pull trans bottom cover off to replace the shaft o ring. The brake pad still looked good. 

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We’ve never had one wear out, but I always buy a new one, then put it up to the old one, shake head, and install it anyway.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen one more than maybe 20% worn, will they actually wear right down in thickness?  I should learn the correct sequence for making the fine adjustments. Have a good neighbor that’s good. he always sets us up.  

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On 8/25/2022 at 7:52 AM, Long Farms said:

Aftermarket spring loaded rod. Some like them and some dont. Adjusted right with stock rod you wont get gear grind but these help even more i think. I didnt get a pic, but had to pull trans bottom cover off to replace the shaft o ring. The brake pad still looked good. 

I was wondering what that was.

Thought maybe someone seen the flex in the rod and put a sleeve over it to make it tougher.

The original worked well when adjusted right.

 

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