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henryrit

01-19-2016 16:41:11




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Not much progress over the summer months g had to work allot of overtime to fund my fun, lol) but finally getting some progress. Started fall of 2014 , sandblasted and rebuilt everything, but its finally starting to look like a tractor again. hope to get done in time for a couple shows this summer.

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redgems

01-23-2016 09:30:40




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
That is what a true restoration looks like! Nice work & congratulations. Tony



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Bill VA

01-23-2016 04:31:37




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Beautiful!!!!!!!

The only way I'd ever get something to look that good is buy it new.... ;-)

Once work!

Bill



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d beatty

01-22-2016 21:10:03




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
I see the early 450s didn't have a tachometer and have more room between the back of gas tank and back of dash.



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AJB-830

01-23-2016 09:11:49




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to d beatty, 01-22-2016 21:10:03  
I believe the tachometer was always an option on all 400s and 450s. I have a 350 that originally had no tachometer so I added one. Al



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Andy Martin

01-22-2016 19:20:06




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Pretty low number, 23rd one built.



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henryrit

01-21-2016 15:22:23




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
This is a 1956 ,serial number 523



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Duanes

01-21-2016 09:25:22




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Nice! What color did you use for the dash?



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henryrit

01-21-2016 13:48:01




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to Duanes, 01-21-2016 09:25:22  
The silver for the rims.



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fastfarmall

01-20-2016 11:50:21




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Yea, A new cushion, new front wheels, and painted hyd levers,or chromed, havent seen that in a restoration b 4!



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henryrit

01-20-2016 15:18:39




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to fastfarmall, 01-20-2016 11:50:21  
Yeah



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jeffcat

01-19-2016 21:26:17




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
I am soooooo drooling over that 450! Every picture from top to bottom is days of work and I just kept going WOW WOW WOW all of the way down. You should be so proud and when those four big pistons are at idle of around 500 rpm. Chug chug. I want one too.



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Dennis K (WA)

01-19-2016 19:24:08




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Very nice,
Going through a similar process on a SMTA right now.

Keep up the good work

Dennis



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Sapper55

01-19-2016 17:24:52




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Awesome job!!! Maybe my tired, old '41 H will look just as good. Great Job.
Regards, Sapper



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sd pete

01-19-2016 17:16:00




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
That is a purdy one.



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mijohn

01-19-2016 17:03:41




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to henryrit, 01-19-2016 16:41:11  
Nice job, You have a right to be proud of it! My first love of a farmall was a 450 gas. but my second and most steady is a 560D. lol, but I don't talk about it around the wife much, I hope you understand...



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lee little

01-19-2016 19:50:10




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to mijohn, 01-19-2016 17:03:41  
Super job! Looks better than new!



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cuby

01-20-2016 07:03:45




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to lee little, 01-19-2016 19:50:10  
I have been seeing lately of pics.on this site that on the IH tractors the rear wheel hub is turned with the dish in. Why? This is uncommun here in my area.



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Mark-IA

01-20-2016 09:45:48




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to cuby, 01-20-2016 07:03:45  
It narrows up the tread width for 30" rows, also fits on a trailer easier.



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henryrit

01-20-2016 15:00:02




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 Re: back at it, farmall 450 in reply to Mark-IA, 01-20-2016 09:45:48  
Thats exactly why ,to fit between fenders on a trailer.



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