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1570 SN 8830029 - 1978???

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03-23-2012 16:12:35

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Is this correct? Got my big 1570 home today. Is SN 8830029 an early 1978 year model? These engines are amazing. Hasn't been started since last summer. Hooked up a battery and I think it was running in less than 2 complete revolutions.

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03-23-2012 17:56:00

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 Re: 1570 SN 8830029 - 1978??? in reply to Lamont, 03-23-2012 16:12:35  
Hey Lamont post a pic of the 1570. Those 504's are the best starting engines ever made. Is it wet down your way?

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03-23-2012 22:16:55

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 Re: 1570 SN 8830029 - 1978??? in reply to 1968 403, 03-23-2012 17:56:00  
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The old tractor isn't much to look at, a fuel leak and a hydraulic leak under the dash and a gutted cab, but engine and tranny are good shape. I have all the stuff to put a cab, complete with glass, off my 1370 on this tractor. My 1370 has a bad transmission. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with either one for sure. These old tractors don't bring what they're really worth unless they're parted out. I don't mind doing that with the 1370, but I sure hate to piece and parcel this 1570 with it being something that someone could put in the field. The guy I bought these two tractors from has guit his rowcrop operations and only doing his hay business now, so he really doesn't need these tractors anymore.

Yes, it is VERY wet here. We've had about 6 inches of rain this week and with the warm weather we've had, I've never seen things off and growing this fast.

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03-24-2012 06:21:41

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 Re: 1570 SN 8830029 - 1978??? in reply to Lamont, 03-23-2012 22:16:55  
We missed the heavy rains up here rained about a inch here. Wheat is heading out the tech-scout said we may be cutting in May this year.

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03-24-2012 08:00:56

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 Re: 1570 SN 8830029 - 1978??? in reply to 1968 403, 03-24-2012 06:21:41  
I noticed some wheat beginning to head out at Griffithville, about 30 miles South of here, Thursday and saw some farmers gathered up looking at one field. It's sure growing.

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