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caseyc

12-17-2013 08:23:36
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Prices seems about right provided the fix is simple enough. I wouldn't give much more then that though...

Casey in SD




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gary in neb.

12-17-2013 08:44:44
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to caseyc, 12-17-2013 08:23:36  
it was private listed at 9k. found a 1066 for 10k with about same hours, with year round cab and a/c. which would be better???



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caseyc

12-17-2013 09:21:12
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to gary in neb., 12-17-2013 08:44:44  
IMO the 1066 would be a touch tougher horse. The year round cabs are ok. The cabs on the 86's are way better but the shifting can be more problem-matic aside from being on the "wrong" side. I had a 986 for awhile and I liked it. It was bought cheap though for the purpose of flipping. I kept it too long but did sell for a profit. Wouldn't mind a 9-1086 again when my budget allows to keep one.

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sflem849

12-17-2013 08:49:36
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to gary in neb., 12-17-2013 08:44:44  
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I don't like 86s so that wouldn't be a tough one for me...



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gary in neb.

12-17-2013 08:55:37
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to sflem849, 12-17-2013 08:49:36  
what is it about the 86 series you dont like? this would be my first large ih (got an H and had an M) so any info i can get it great.



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12-17-2013 18:02:09
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to gary in neb., 12-17-2013 08:55:37  
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Same thing a Casey. The shifting is weird and it can be a pain to shift if it is worn out. From what I read that is a curse of all "modern" Internationals. I never liked how the cab sat so far forward either. It is weird to look out of and back up to an implement. I'm sure you would get used to it, but I never ran my FILs long enough to get used to it. I should add that his 986 was worn out junk so that probably added to my bad opinion.

As stated, the 986 cab could seal the deal if it will be an everyday workhorse.

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Allan In NE

12-17-2013 10:03:24
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to gary in neb., 12-17-2013 08:55:37  
Tractor is running fuel out of the exhaust because it isn't being worked hard enough.

"Lazy" treatment is very hard on diesels.

Allan



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12-17-2013 14:00:00
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 Re: 986 on ebay in reply to Allan In NE, 12-17-2013 10:03:24  
Yep, my 986 is not worked enough and probably needs new rings as it uses more oil than I like it to during planting season. About a quart after 16 hours work pulling the planter. Oil pressure is good and steady plus no noises or heating or any other problem. Oil usage has remained constant so I will put off doing the rings for this coming season.



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