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11-02-2012 09:08:50

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What are you wanting to do with it? If it's going to be stock or near stock, there's no sense dropping the cash on the 55-series parts.

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11-02-2012 15:05:30

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 Re: building a 466 in reply to DEEREMEYER1, 11-02-2012 09:08:50  
in my neck of the woods there are a lot of good running red tractors. with our general rules, farm stock, and some places hot farm) i want to push them to the limit like everyone else. at the same time i like to tinker with my tractor, like attend plow days, make hay and i do a lot of hay rides. last year in the heavier classes i did well, but need more. i'm looking for the 500 h.p range. i am not looking to biuld a pure hot farm tractor.

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11-03-2012 15:32:56

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 Re: building a 466 in reply to 4010 farmer, 11-02-2012 15:05:30  
At that performance level, the 55-series head is probably worth the investment. Not only do they have the better flowing ports but I believe they're also thicker and more rigid as well. Good luck with your project. Those Binders are pretty easy and cheap to hot-rod, but in my opinion, it makes more sense to put money into a tractor that's good for something besides pulling, a Deeres win that contest hands down.

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11-03-2012 16:59:10

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 Re: building a 466 in reply to DEEREMEYER1, 11-03-2012 15:32:56  
i agree, i know it will be a little harder on fuel, but in time i would like to get a loader for it as well. this is a cab tractor also. i really enjoy playing with it

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