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Old 04-03-2014, 01:48 AM   #51
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Looks like I have the oldest tractor so far...

Heres a pic of my '40 9N.... I have the loader for it, but im debating whether I should put it together or sell it and the 9N and buy a IHC tractor with a loader, (I dont like how all the hydraulics use gravity down.)
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OK. I'll be seeing you in a couple weeks in Missouri and I will be expecting a generous donation to get me started. Dam!!!! Winds Of Change would be a good name for a pulling truck. The expected donation just went up.....
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OK. I'll be seeing you in a couple weeks in Missouri and I will be expecting a generous donation to get me started. Dam!!!! Winds Of Change would be a good name for a pulling truck. The expected donation just went up.....
I meant sponsors like Bosch, Napa Auto Parts, etc. But if it will help. I could probably spare a $10.
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imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1396700496.079383.jpg here's one of the kids driving the lawn tractor pulling the chicken tractor to greener pasture.
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I meant sponsors like Bosch, Napa Auto Parts, etc. But if it will help. I could probably spare a $10.
I dunno Winds, "Winds of Change" would be a good name. Personally I would go with a "super farm stock" class tractor for pulling. I love all that black smoke. But I think you are on the hook for a major sponsorship deal here Winds. On the other hand trademarking the rights to that name might help defray part of the costs!!!
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I dunno Winds, "Winds of Change" would be a good name. Personally I would go with a "super farm stock" class tractor for pulling. I love all that black smoke. But I think you are on the hook for a major sponsorship deal here Winds. On the other hand trademarking the rights to that name might help defray part of the costs!!!
You and I are talking tractors. Rockratt is talking trucks. My heart belongs to the tractors. I don't know if I can sponsor a truck.

And I like when that black smoke is accompanied by some flames.
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You and I are talking tractors. Rockratt is talking trucks. My heart belongs to the tractors. I don't know if I can sponsor a truck.

And I like when that black smoke is accompanied by some flames.
Good God lass you may be the girl of my dreams!!!
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Good God lass you may be the girl of my dreams!!!
That really made me laugh.

Sorry. All ready taken. Not to mention I'm an old lady.

I always feel a little "unclassy" when I go to the tractor pulls and hoot and holler.
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I dunno Winds, "Winds of Change" would be a good name. Personally I would go with a "super farm stock" class tractor for pulling. I love all that black smoke. But I think you are on the hook for a major sponsorship deal here Winds. On the other hand trademarking the rights to that name might help defray part of the costs!!!
Here,here I agree!!!! Considering the top sponsor only anti'd up 10 bucks I have feeling this build is going to take a while.....

I agree about with the super stock farm tractor's as well but even though I bought the tractor my dad would beat my ars if I start cutting on it. Besides its a Kubota and they would laugh us out of the arena!!!!!Instead of "Winds of Change" we would have to call it "Winds of Shame".
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Here are my two:
The 856 is a 1969 with a 407 c.i. six cylinder diesel engine. From the factory it came with only two gauges...a fuel gauge and a green-red gauge showing condition of the air filter. Water temp., oil pressure, alternator and transmission oil pressure were warning lights. I added the instrumentation as shown. The gauge below the steering wheel is transmission oil pressure and the one hidden by the wheel is the factory air filter gauge. The right rear tire has liquid up to the top of the rim and the left is filled to the bottom of the rim to balance out the wheel slip.

The Belarus is a four cylinder air-cooled diesel rated at 57 hp. I'm not sure what year. Maybe '94-'96.
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