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Re: New Holland Super 66 - 4H update

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10-30-2012 09:00:52

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I know right where that wheel is, and should not have any trouble finding it even with the snow we got this morning. should fit in a flat rate box. Need your address again. Was hoping to get to looking for that needle this week but sounds like you are making out good on cost as it probably would have cost that much to ship if I did find it. As for the air cleaner ours never did have a glass type air cleaner, thinking that was aftermarket. On the engine ours was rebored once and was in need of it again when we got rid of the baler but it was because of several heat strokes in one year that is the reason we changed balers, kickers were not to be found to fit. Remember on that engine it fires both plugs at the same time.

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10-30-2012 09:49:44

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 Re: New Holland Super 66 - 4H update in reply to Leroy, 10-30-2012 09:00:52  
Ugg - snow. Hopefully it'll melt fast and you won't see any more for a while.

I was just in Ohio (holmes county), that's where I got the needle. We made it out of there in time to avoid traveling through the storm.

I'll turn my email on with this reply (if I can figure out how to) - if could send me an email, I'll give you my address.

As for both plugs firing together - I did find that out the hard way when we were trying to get it started.

It really confused me, I thought that the magneto was really messed up somehow - but it all finally started to make sense.

And as for not having a kicker - no need here, that's what the 4h kids are for :) We've got a small army of picker-uppers.

As I repeatedly tell them, "it builds character".

And in fact, I believe it does.

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10-30-2012 15:59:36

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 Re: New Holland Super 66 - 4H update in reply to JRSutton, 10-30-2012 09:49:44  
You were about 160 mile east of me with about 10 mile farther south or about 3 hours from me at towards the western side of the state and about 35-40 mile from the Indiana border. You were in Amish country there. The Amish that I work with tho are about 55 mile northwest of me in Indiana. I did have your address till the computor crashed. email sent.

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10-30-2012 16:50:01

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 Re: New Holland Super 66 - 4H update in reply to Leroy, 10-30-2012 15:59:36  
Right in the heart of amish country. The friends I stay with are amish.

We went out for the big horse auction in Dover (but not buy a horse - just to watch)

They've got some fantastic bone yards out there for oddball parts. That's where I got the baler needle - stuffed away on a dusty old shelf with about 20 other needles of various shapes and sizes. Don't think those things have seen the light of day in 40 years.

Also got a few better versions of parts for that IH rake we did, those will come in handy too.

Every time I go out there, I seem to find just what I'm looking for.

(except for a glass air cleaner!)

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