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    WWII Farmall H

    Taking 10 days off starting tomorrow. We'll be praying for good weather and favorable winds as I will try and get the final push in to finish this project up. Hope it all comes together as there's lots left to do.
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    2020 Blunier Plow Day - Roanoke, IL 61561 - October 24th -UPDATED

    Just put in for vactaion! So miss seeing all of you folks. :groupwave::greenthumb:
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    WWII Farmall H

    Ya, it wasn't too bad. Most areas were average to light and I think there was only two spots that I had to do that in the entire field. Once the baler had some bales put through it, it would handle the entire throat full in 1st gear, which seemed pretty good for an antique baler. Live power...
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    WWII Farmall H

    Finally got a chance to get the tractor out in the field and spend the day working the dog snot out of it. Didn't know it was going to happen the way it did but the baler ended up behind the H. Lots of steep hills and areas of heavy crop and all I can say is WOW! That machine has way more...
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    WWII Farmall H

    Finally! New battery cables ordered from Brillman Company today, cloth covering and everything. I bought a set of cotton braided, copper core spark plug wires just to drive the neighborhood nuts and man do they work, according to my mother.:roflol: https://tinyurl.com/yahpolkb...
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    WWII Farmall H

    Is/was brand new. LOL! I looked through the spark plug hole the other day and could still see cross hatching in the sleeves yet, for what it's worth. This is my first IH motor from the bottom up so I'm still learning as I go. Made a boat load of mistakes but I keep moving forward.
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    WWII Farmall H

    So the H has driven me nuts with not quite running right, for awhile now. It has really bothered me that the mag has not snapped over when the motor was at tdc. So after several attempts it was clear that the mag drive was 90 degrees out. The slot in the drive is now sitting in the 9 and 3...
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    Any John Deere owners???

    Quick question for all those with Deere experience. My daughter was given a Deere 110 and she wants to have her own tractor for plow day(s). I don't have any current knowledge on the Deere scene and was wondering about places to start looking for rear lift brackets. This is somewhere between...
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    WWII Farmall H

    Hopefully this picture works.
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    WWII Farmall H

    Wow!! Spring time already. So much work to get done and as usual not enough time to get there. Got started a couple of weeks ago on trying to get this thing started and get some work done because a guys gotta plow, right. Same thing as last spring, no fire for some reason and the mag not...
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    Things that Kill my Cub time.

    Trying to wrap my head around the new forum. :ROFLMAO: Oh no, we lost some of our custom emoji's...... rip.
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    WWII Farmall H

    After giving the main fuel tank another rinse and adding the stand pipe filter it was an oil change and some testing. https://youtu.be/K3Ygzt1PPvc
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    WWII Farmall H

    More parts showed up today. Might have to put them in this weekend and see what happens. Hope to get rid of the fuel starvation issue.
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    WWII Farmall H

    That is no lie Mike! Wife and I are in the middle of moving right now.
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    WWII Farmall H

    Man I need to get some work done. It's been awhile.
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