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Bored with the snow? I Have the solution...

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crazylocha

03-06-2013 19:19:55




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At the upcoming auction (Friday)....

Not Mine!!! 801 W/Loader

I will run by tomorrow (Thursday) to peek at whats out there, and am willing to get pics if anybody wants.
4 Day mini vacation so not in a big hurry for day #1, probably afternoon.

Send text if want pics @ Three52 Eight16 Two342 or...

Send email Rustydrumfarms . AT. Gmail.

Would be somebodies interesting project.

Don't see too many with loader like this. There are transportation companies on site and can bid by internet.

If I find any snowblowers will let yall know.

Might trade in my flip flops if warm enough!

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crazylocha

03-07-2013 18:12:21




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-06-2013 19:19:55  
Went out to do preview (deciding what time to get up and brave the morning chill).

This Pretty thing

Was right about the 9xx:

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On the other hand... Have seen this particular problem discussed a few times on this forum.....

Talking about this "8xx" W/Loader

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Best try at pic of Serial #

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best i got was:

Model: 65(?)0

Serial#: 1968(?)2

Those welds sure made it a non stater unless somebody wants it for the loader frame

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Fordfarmer

03-07-2013 21:47:01




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-07-2013 18:12:21  
I agree... looks like 650 to me also. Can't see the shift lever well enough to tell if it's a 4 or 5 speed, but 650 would be 5-speed/single disk clutch. That one is to the point of only being a parts machine - and not a real good one at that.
I could see that 960 finding its way to Sounder's place... Fenders, running boards and serial number all point to it being a '55, 2-piece pedestal and wide front are newer.

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crazylocha

03-07-2013 06:15:37




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-06-2013 19:19:55  
Just for curiousities sake, will check numbers and all later today.

Then there are these....

Right color, Maybe its an Elenco???

Wrong color but wouldnt kick this old girl out of barn

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crazylocha

03-06-2013 20:07:35




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-06-2013 19:19:55  
Pretty!!!!!!!!!!!!

FORD 900 OPEN 2W/D

Also not mine



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crazylocha

03-06-2013 20:03:22




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-06-2013 19:19:55  
As always hope you and the family are well. Stalk almost everyday. Learning mostly. Let me know what else you are looking for on the basket case. Always a bunch of last minute stuff not listed, and occasionally a free for all pile of whatevers.
Perusing during dinner so still only halfway through list. More will be added late tomorrow am sure.



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Fordfarmer

03-07-2013 06:42:54




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-06-2013 20:03:22  
We're doing well here, thanks. Hope you are too. Think I have almost everything I need (or have it ordered) for the 5000. Got a few things from Ultra and Ken, some parts from local NH dealer, and just got an order from YT. If I was there, I'd probably be looking pretty hard at the 7000 and 7600, maybe the 6600's and 4610SU (listed as a 6610). Maybe you can talk Sounder into that 9600... shouldn't be too expensive! Might be more than a week's work for him on that one...

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Fordfarmer

03-06-2013 19:45:07




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to crazylocha, 03-06-2013 19:19:55  
Long time, no see! How ya been? Those loaders are fairly common around here, but usually show up on N's. I haven't looked at their sale bill yet... I looked through the Sugarland sale bill, and wanted to fill about 3 semi's. Have to be content with the 5000 basket case. Did pick up some parts for it today, and ordered a couple other parts.



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WayneIA

03-07-2013 03:36:50




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to Fordfarmer, 03-06-2013 19:45:07  
(801 with loader) looks more like a NAA too me



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Fordfarmer

03-07-2013 06:03:35




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 Re: Bored with the snow? I Have the solution... in reply to WayneIA, 03-07-2013 03:36:50  
No nut on the end of the axle, so it's not a NAA. Think it might be a 6/800 rather than an 801 though... end of axle is smooth rather than slotted... but I don't remember which year the slotted axles started.



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