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8 minutes ago, Loadstar said:

I have not doubt that is the way they were built but it still looks wrong compared to other makes. They generally covered more of the back part of the wheel and less of the front . See this 1256 for example. Front of the fender only comes maybe a quarter of the way down the front of the wheel and over half way down the back. The D 17 was just the opposite. I think IH had one model tractor with the same fender arrangement. 

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But you have to remember on the D-17 you straddle the transmission when you set down just like on smaller utility tractors so you are sitting low towards the front of the tires which is why I’m assuming the unusual fender setup.  On the IH, you are sitting up high towards the back more.  It’s ironic you posted pics of the D-17 and the 1256 because I have both tractors.  

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something I found on FB would come in handy even on an auger to unload from the bin to a semi or truck, but the Lawn tractor would have to have a faster transmission lol

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4 hours ago, Loadstar said:

One of our Fargo trucks from 1952. 

 

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Awesome trucks rugged and quality built!

 

Here is an ad for Eicher air Cooled diesel engines

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On 9/7/2019 at 9:42 PM, lightninboy said:

 

 

On 9/7/2019 at 9:42 PM, lightninboy said:

 

 

 

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Vermeer 605 A baler.

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Spent a lot of time inside one of these with a sharp knife one summer in the seventies.

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On 9/7/2019 at 9:42 PM, lightninboy said:

 

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Spent quite a few hours inside one of these with a sharp knife one summer in the seventies, cutting grass hay off the rollers.

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Brochure of 4 pages of a Corn Sheller of French manufacture.
If you want more details, I can you online 4 pages

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Other combine harvester produced in France By BOURGOIN   little exemplary

Production halted because this machine was competing with the Axial Flow CASE IH combine harvester and other global manufacturers.

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On 12/2/2019 at 9:39 AM, acem said:

There used to be alot of loadstars around here.  I still use two.  Thx-Ace

I still use the 71 in my avatar. 

This combine ad is from the 1960 JD notebook. Back then JD, Massey and Cockshutt ruled the market here. It was rare to see an IH or Gleaner. 

 

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Fiat Tractor with Bucher fenders, Bucher became the general importer of Fiat Tractors in the early 60s and started to face out their own tractor manufacture.

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