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Pictures of the IH 1066

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Walt davies

05-26-2008 15:51:19
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Hard to do this unless you are a green horn.
Walt

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4010 2510

05-27-2008 09:01:40
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
if it was green and yellow it wouldn't have happend.



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Steven f/AZ

05-27-2008 11:53:41
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to 4010 2510, 05-27-2008 09:01:40  

4010 2510 said: (quoted from post at 09:01:40 05/27/08) if it was green and yellow it wouldn't have happend.


That must be the reason our neighbor finally put a CASE front end under his 4020 with loader...



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Damp;Dservice

05-27-2008 12:55:19
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Steven f/AZ, 05-27-2008 11:53:41  

Steven f/AZ said: (quoted from post at 11:53:41 05/27/08)
4010 2510 said: (quoted from post at 09:01:40 05/27/08) if it was green and yellow it wouldn't have happend.


That must be the reason our neighbor finally put a CASE front end under his 4020 with loader...


Ditto Ditto Ditto, those 1370 axles work much better on there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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thurlow

05-27-2008 09:33:38
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to 4010 2510, 05-27-2008 09:01:40  
Does your Mommie know you're playing on the computer? I guess with school out, we can expect more of these childish posts. I've broken the spindles on two 4020s and one 4430; have had two 4020s (different from the 2 above) with broken front bolsters. If it's a machine with moving parts, something will eventually break/wear out.



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Steven f/AZ

05-27-2008 07:07:19
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
This is the reason we don't loan out equipment, period. If a neighbor needs our tractor or equipment one of us goes with it. I'd rather it was one of us running it when it breaks down than a friend/neighbor.



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flying belgian

05-27-2008 08:11:32
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Steven f/AZ, 05-27-2008 07:07:19  
If the oil ran out on the ground just hope nobody calls the epa. They would send 5 guys with white hard hats and before it is all done it would cost someone 80,000 dollars



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RodInNS

05-27-2008 06:12:26
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
I think Allan's got this one about right.... That didn't just happen yesterday.
Carrying all that weight around on it wasn't helping either, not to mention the fuel it's burning for you.

Rod



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Allan In NE

05-27-2008 06:25:56
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to RodInNS, 05-27-2008 06:12:26  
For sure,

If that boy would have gotten hurt, he'd probably end up owning the tractor, disc and the farm it's sitting on. :>(

Allan



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Walt davies

05-27-2008 09:18:00
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Allan In NE, 05-27-2008 06:25:56  
Allen that Boy is older than you are. He retired 3 years ago should have better sense than to plow up someones hay fields.
I have had to correct this neigbor on several things like shooting across my property to site in his rifles, shooting my Bull with a pellet gun ( should have had him arrested on that one but I'm a nice guy) using my side of the fence as his personal dump.
No he is not what I call a pleasant run of the mill neighbor.
Walt

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Allan In NE

05-27-2008 04:52:32
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
Not the kid's fault in any way, shape or form.

The bolster bolts worked loose and fell out or the pivot pin wore thru and broke. This has been coming on for a long, long time.

Kid just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Ease up on him a little; whoever owns the tractor is the guy who should answer.

Front ends wear.

Allan



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Question,,,

05-27-2008 09:54:26
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Allan In NE, 05-27-2008 04:52:32  
Wasnt that the tractor that was stuck in the fields a while back?? When ya pulled and pulled to get it out of the holes,, was the chain tied around the front axle?? Maybe with it being so cold outside back then, and trying to unstick it,, it might have fractured the housing??



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Allan In NE

05-27-2008 05:01:16
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Allan In NE, 05-27-2008 04:52:32  
Also,

I'd really question why we are hauling those front end weights around. Needless wear and tear on the front.

Allan



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Scott in SF

05-26-2008 21:04:43
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
Just curious, is that Disc out of the ground ?



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Walt davies

05-26-2008 21:32:55
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Scott in SF, 05-26-2008 21:04:43  
No but its not digging very deep in soft soil only about 6 inches. Sorry that some thought that he took the tractor without permission had that what he did wrong was disc up 3 nice hay fields. He was only supposed to do some light work around the edges and the road into them.
He was having so much fun he just couldn't quit I guess. No matter he was wrong when he disced the fields up.He offered to by the parts and rebuild the tractor i hope he does because Victor really needs it right now for farm work.
the front end must have been loose on the pivot pins I would think he would notice something was wrong with it. I guess the moral of the story is if he comes asking again to just say NO!!!
Walt

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rednekelmo

05-26-2008 20:06:48
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
well I knew you were pissed by how incoherent you were this morning, now I fully understand why.glad it was you I think if it was me I'd be in jail for fellony assult.hope it goes back together ok for you.don't forget to file a report with the sherrif that way if the guy welches you can nail him and get insurance to cover some of your losses on the tractor and the hay crop



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Dan-IA

05-26-2008 19:30:11
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
No other way to slice it, I'm confused.

First I thought he was running it hard on through some deep ruts, I've seen that really muck up a front end. I don't see ruts.

Then I got to thinking if he's got it in about Lo 3rd or higher and wide open throttle and jumps off that clutch he might be doing wheelies, that front end won't take that. But that disk in the ground would make that a little harder to do.

So I don't know how he did it. I usually see more trouble with the wheel bearings.

I'd be pissed. You're pressing charges or at least billing him for damages right?

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omahagreg

05-26-2008 19:04:29
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
Looks like one of those deals where you would have to work hard to make such a mess! Sorry for your troubles. Greg



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1206SWMO

05-26-2008 16:50:04
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
You hate to see that happen but no one got hurt..Since there is no ditch there it probably was ready to go and it wouldnt have made any difference whom was driving it.



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Walt davies

05-26-2008 18:19:21
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to 1206SWMO, 05-26-2008 16:50:04  
It wasn't that it was ready to go it might have when we were using it an then we might have taken a better look at it before we used it. A loose front end usually lets you know something is wrong.
The main thing here is he wasn't supposed to be plowing up our hay field. He did for spite to get back at me for ruining his hunting grounds.
Walt



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E.B. Haymakin'

05-26-2008 18:36:55
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 18:19:21  
I agree Walt, you don"t use another persons" equipment without permission. IF he had been working for you, that would have been different. The way I see this he was joy riding at your expense, and was probably hoping something would get damaged. If he says he"s going to fix it, get it in writing. It would be worth the affidavit by the looks of it. Hope we don"t see you on Judge Judy.



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Big Mike

05-26-2008 18:33:25
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 18:19:21  
Did ya call the Sheriff???



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Big Mike

05-26-2008 17:27:51
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to 1206SWMO, 05-26-2008 16:50:04  
There had to be some problems there. It will be interesting to see how this plays out...



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IaGary

05-26-2008 16:42:01
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
One of my 1086s looked just like that once.

Jacked it up had to replace the ball and socket and some hydraulic hoses and I was back in business.

Just rebuilt the front end the winter before and must not of got the bolts tight enough.

They got locktite on them the second time.

Gary



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Coffee Helps

05-26-2008 16:17:22
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
Sad, real sad. Nobody hurt, apparently- that's the good thing.
Why I don't borrow things: for some reason, the things I borrow break. (Some will disagree, of course, with this view of borrowing).



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cadet trooper

05-26-2008 16:13:45
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
What the heck Walt???!! By the looks of the final location of the steering bolster it pretty much wiped out the bottom end, OUCH!!!



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KIP in MX

05-26-2008 16:04:39
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
Looks to me like it was ready to go no matter who was on it. Flat ground and disc is straight behind it. Casting cracked and no one saw it?



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Steven f/AZ

05-26-2008 15:58:36
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Walt davies, 05-26-2008 15:51:19  
Did the engine survive? Looks like the oil pan might have been bent up enough to contact the rods/crankshaft and cause possible damage!

Someone must be one deep pile of doo!



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Walt davies

05-26-2008 18:13:03
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 Re: Pictures of the IH 1066 in reply to Steven f/AZ, 05-26-2008 15:58:36  
Not sure yet as we can't test it out until we get it back on all fours.
The pan was crack and cut at the bottom and there was no oil in it. I just hope he shut it down in time.
I talked to Victor and Bill said he was going to fix the tractor and by the seed to reseed what he disc under. That of course doesn't help Paul an I for our loss of the hay and all the work we put into getting the field ready.
Walt

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