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961 with 2 row corn picker

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Tom Bond

04-24-2020 16:13:50




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Now this is what I call spreading out the tires!

https://annarbor.craigslist.org/grd/d/manchester-ford-961-tractor-with-2row/7102359327.html




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Tom Bond

04-25-2020 17:41:10




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Tom Bond, 04-24-2020 16:13:50  
Are these the types of wheel spacers your talking about?

https://columbiamo.craigslist.org/grd/d/hartsburg-ford-wheel-spacers/7107322843.html



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WayneIA

04-26-2020 03:41:19




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Tom Bond, 04-25-2020 17:41:10  
No. The spacers referred to are two inches solid cast with 8 holes to use with a special nut bolt similar to the ones used with the pie wheel weight disc.



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Ford9000puller

04-25-2020 06:25:59




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Tom Bond, 04-24-2020 16:13:50  
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I better just stick with Ford pickers and not venture in to New Ideas! Lol. Although it is pretty unique



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showcrop

04-25-2020 04:23:43




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Tom Bond, 04-24-2020 16:13:50  
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Ford9000puller, when are you picking it up?



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WayneIA

04-25-2020 04:08:11




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Tom Bond, 04-24-2020 16:13:50  
What a load on that poor 901. I didn't realize that New Idea even made a kit to mount that big picker on a Ford .Brings back memories, back to 1959 when I first fun a 16-66 picker- sheller from a dealership doing custom work, an all the acres I have run one on since. Ha, Mr. Bond, I see there is a auxiliary hydraulic remote valve on that tractor that would fit an NAA, I have a good detented valve that would fit that 961. Could we somehow trade

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Dean

04-24-2020 16:20:37




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Tom Bond, 04-24-2020 16:13:50  
Interesting but the pictured tractor does not have the 2" spacers universally used with 9** tractors with mounted two row pickers.

FWIW: I sold a set of these spacers (with adapters) a few years ago. They are hard to find.

Dean



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ford9000puller

04-24-2020 17:06:29




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Dean, 04-24-2020 16:20:37  
Those spacers only had to be used if you were running 14.9 28s. 13.6 28s will clear without spacers. Itís close but it works.



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Dean

04-24-2020 20:20:50




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to ford9000puller, 04-24-2020 17:06:29  
In the mud?

Dean



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WayneIA

04-25-2020 04:18:03




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to Dean, 04-24-2020 20:20:50  
O ya, in the mud!



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WayneIA

04-24-2020 18:16:46




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to ford9000puller, 04-24-2020 17:06:29  
That's when you make sure the final drive bearings are up to snuff



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Dean

04-24-2020 20:19:58




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 Re: 961 with 2 row corn picker in reply to WayneIA, 04-24-2020 18:16:46  
Bingo.

Dean



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