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BillyinStoughton

12-20-2011 11:26:51




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I've always been a red guy, but a coworker of mine had an old WD-45 sitting out behind his place and was looking to get it out of there. I traded him 50 small squares of hay for it. At least to this point I don't have too much money in it.

I knocked the loader and rubber off of it last night...hope to have good rubber bolted up to it by the weekend. The engine is free though I do see the building of a new wiring harness in my future. I'm hoping it won't take to much to put fire back in the old girl. I dragged her home from the Big River out in Ferryville, WI.

I'll keep you posted as to how good or bad this turns out. :-P

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79fordblake

12-23-2011 21:53:10




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 11:26:51  
You may never get on a Farmall again :)



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Ted J

12-22-2011 17:02:43




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 11:26:51  
Just in case you might want to get rid of it, I will throw my hat in the ring for first shot at it. Let me know if you want to sell it. I'm in La Crosse.
Thanks, Ted



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steve(ill)

12-20-2011 20:27:03




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 11:26:51  
get it running and your several hundred dollars ahead. If it runs good, you make want to keep it !!



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Vito

12-20-2011 17:35:17




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 11:26:51  
Most uncomfortable tractor I ever ran.

Vito



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JMS/.MN

12-20-2011 14:36:11




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 11:26:51  
That is a Paulson loader on it- lots of them around here.



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BillyinStoughton

12-20-2011 17:58:47




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-20-2011 14:36:11  
Actually you can read underneath the orange paint it says, "International 310". I actually sold the loader today for a hundred dollar bill to a guy looking to put it on a Farmall H. As of now I'm money ahead! OOH RAH! Well...as long as you don't take fuel into account.



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JMS/.MN

12-20-2011 20:51:40




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 17:58:47  
If it says IH, it is not original.....paint/decals, are cheap. I have at least 3 Paulson"s- the mfgr. Yes, they made them to fit many brands of tractors. Big difference is the cyl- AC and Ford needed the low volume, high pressure cyl, like on yours..(skinny)..IH and others used the high volume, low pressure cyl Those had a larger diameter. Otherwise, the loader boom is the same, but mounting brackets may differ, depending on the width of the tractor it fits.

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BillyinStoughton

12-21-2011 03:52:16




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-20-2011 20:51:40  
Good to know...thanks for the clarification.



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BushogPapa

12-20-2011 12:30:59




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 Re: Followed me home... in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-20-2011 11:26:51  
Watch out....ya just might LIKE it..!!!

Real handy tractors...

Plenty power and not bad on fuel..

Ron..



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