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  1. T-Mo

    2019 Plow Days in MO

    Usually one day event - and it usually has a very short notice time. Doug has to work with the local farmers to find a field. We usually plow in the Missouri River bottoms, where most of the fields are at. Corn and soy beans are the normal crops there. Here are some shots of past year's plow...
  2. T-Mo

    2019 Plow Days in MO

    All makes are welcome - and the GTs usually plow one field while the big guys usually plow another field. We had a few Cub Cadets, a couple of Cases, a couple of Wheel Horses, and a few JDs in the plow day events we had in the past. There is no area for camping, and I don't know if...
  3. T-Mo

    2019 Plow Days in MO

    Doug from the Mo Two Cylinder club is trying to put something together for the Treloar-Marthasville area. They still are harvesting the fields from what he told us a week or two ago.
  4. T-Mo

    Cub Cadet 5252E

    I test drove it yesterday, and it seem as if the differential lock got stuck on after I applied it. And from the research I did, it does seem to be a model to avoid. This one ran good, and drove good, and seem to be in good shape, but the differential lock thing does worry me, plus all the...
  5. T-Mo

    1944 Farmall B

    My plans is to straighten the grille and just clean it up a bit. I did pick up a new muffler and rain cap Saturday. Here's a shot from Sunday. Since this picture was taken, I removed the label from the muffler.
  6. T-Mo

    1944 Farmall B

    Since it was around a 6 hour plus round trip, I asked the seller to make a video of it running, and so here's the video he sent me.
  7. T-Mo

    1944 Farmall B

    I picked this up last month. It has the Henderson Midget loader. Runs good, but I had a small problem with the starter rod. But that's fixed now. Other than putting a new muffler and rain cap on it, and straightening the hood, it probably will stay as is.
  8. T-Mo

    Cub Cadet 5252E

    I see my local Deere dealer has a 5252E with 60 inch deck and 3 point hitch. It has under 300 hours. I did some preliminary research on these models, and most were not too glowing. But, I still may go take a look at it since it's at my local dealer, which I have a good relationship with...
  9. T-Mo

    Archive through May 23, 2019

    Digger, well said. Even though, I serve in the US Army from 1978 to 1985, I really don't consider myself a veteran - fortunately there were no combat zones during that time, except for Grenada which was around 1983, if I remember correctly. I have served with a lot of Vietnam vets when I was...
  10. T-Mo

    Archive through November 14, 2018

    When I lose stuff,it's usually because I put it in a place I know I will remember where I put it. Then when I need it, I can't remember where that place was!
  11. T-Mo

    Archive through October 19, 2018

    Makes me wonder why the discrepancy in the online manual that was publish August '63 to the hard copy version of February '64 that came with this 100? Was there a change in the '64 model year versus the '63 model year? The manual I have is R3 while the online one is R1. Going now to check...
  12. T-Mo

    Archive through October 19, 2018

    Charlie, I'm thinking that's a typo. My hard copy manual that I got with this 100 says 3 pints, plus the manuals for the 102, 104, 106, etc., says 3 pints also. I just checked the online manual has a date of 8-1-63, while my hard copy version has a date of 2-3-64. I need to check to see...
  13. T-Mo

    Archive through October 19, 2018

    I think I found the answer - everything I'm finding indicates 3 pints (except that one online manual). Luckily I have the original manual that came with this 100, and for some reason the capacity is different on it than the online one. It says 3 pints. So, 3 pints seems to be the amount required.
  14. T-Mo

    Archive through October 19, 2018

    Engine is free on the 100. But, quick question: I downloaded the operators manual for it and it says the crankcase capacity is 5 pints, while the 1x2/1x3 manual says 3 pints. I saw a chart (can't find it now) that said 3 pints for the K241. Which is it? 3 or 5 pints?
  15. T-Mo

    Archive through October 16, 2018

    One more picture.
  16. T-Mo

    Archive through October 16, 2018

    Harry, I had a 1250. I still like the narrow frames better, but after looking at the 100 some more, maybe.... Good news and bad news on the 100. I loosen the belt to the S/G to see which was locked up, the S/G or the engine. It was the engine....I pulled the plug and it isn't looking too...
  17. T-Mo

    Archive through October 16, 2018

    I know I should have went after the 108/128, but I'm not a fan of the wide frames for some reason.
  18. T-Mo

    Archive through October 16, 2018

    I brought the 100 home last night. I got it for half the asking price, but it does have some issues. They said it last ran last year to move snow. Ad said it needed a "car" battery, but the cable ends are regular L&G battery type. I was concerned about the muffler pointing up and being left...
  19. T-Mo

    Archive through October 12, 2018

    Harry, Are you referring to the seemingly little dip in the steering wheel or the newer CC in the background? BTW, I definitely can't get both - too many "other" tractors including 2 Farmall Cubs, and too small of a garage and sheds to keep them in.
  20. T-Mo

    Archive through October 12, 2018

    I have plans to go look at the 108 later today, but this also came up on my radar. Ad says it runs, but needs a "car battery" and "no cutting parts just plow". I actually would rather have a 100, but this has been for sale now for 30 days, so it might be gone already.
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