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Put the 3pt Woods on the 170 to pasture thistle and general cleaning along fence lines. Found the 3pt wouldn't lower when tractor was running so I had to lube some linkage and working better now.
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Over the course of the weekend I had every Allis on the place running except for CA-2, battery was dead. Even WD-Grandpa started right up after some battery charging. Cleaned up the All-crop drill and put away for the year. Drug a harrow section around with the NF-45, really smoothed out the new gravel and I had a ball doing it!


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Serviced the 66 all crop to get ready for wheat. Takes an entire cartridge of grease to do the entire machine. And no matter how much I clean, there are always mouse nests and walnuts everywhere!
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Had the power washer out to clean up the grain truck so I washed the 6080 and WD Micha. Everything in that shed was filthy!


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Skidded some red oak "tops" out of the woods for my neighbor with my D-17.
At 81, it's nice to have a veteran, now construction worker who knows how to work do the hauling the chains around and do the "hookin'" .
He had his property "logged off" last year which consisted mostly of really big Red and White Oaks.
The "tops" will keep his outside wood boiler "perkin" for a few years to come.

 
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The 200 moved some wagons around
The 170 did some mowing with the 3pt brush mower and the 185 drug out a car destined for the scrap yard.
Then a photo op
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Moved hay racks with the d14
1957 d14,1963 d17 series 3,1963 d15 series 2,ca,c, 2 b 10's,and a big ten
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Used the 185 to scrap a John Deere
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I replaced the sediment bowl gasket on my CA, fired it up and took about an hour ride on it,
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I bought a PTO generator and had not tried it till today. Hooked the 7040 to it and powered a jump hopper I bought today that has a 3hp electric motor on it. Happy to report all 3 worked well
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaulB Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Aug 2022 at 6:29pm
I went to a tractor pull on the other side of the mountain. I took the CA and entered 2 classes, 3,000 & 3500. They didn't have a 2500. I won both classes. This tractor is for sale if anyone is looking for a great running CA already set up for pulling.



Edited by PaulB - 30 Aug 2022 at 6:14am
If it was fun to pull in LOW gear, I could have a John Deere.
If you can't make it GO... make it SHINY
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 Got these ready for GOTO in 2 weeks still have a few others to get ready 

Grandsons D12 




He who dies with the most toys is,
nonetheless ,still dead.
If all else fails ,Read all that is PRINTED.
Just because you do not have the tools for job , it dose not make it a bad design.
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plummerscarin:  Thanks for scraping the JD.  If China needs some iron, best it be green iron.  Take care!
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Installed a rebuilt starter on our 1944 WC.
Hooked up the battery cables. Engine turns over but does not fire. Will file points tomorrow and retry starting this tractor.
Fred Dunlop, G,B,CA, WC,WF, 3 WD45`s,gas, diesel and LP,U,D10 series III, D12,D14,D15 SERIES II,D17 Series IV in Gas and Diesel ,D19 GAS and D21,170 185,210 ,220 an I-600 8070 fwd, 716H and 1920H
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Yesterday (9/24/22) my wife and I went to Culpepper, Va. to meet up with other tractor friends to go on a ride. We traveled over 40 miles of back roads just east of the mountains with a break midway for a steak and potato lunch. There were 12 tractors of all colors and great weather for going on a ride. As the leader tractor only had half a motor, it was a nice leisurely ride, not a race, and we had plenty of great scenery to enjoy on such a beautiful day.  She was on her D10 and I rode a CA.





Edited by PaulB - 25 Sep 2022 at 7:51am
If it was fun to pull in LOW gear, I could have a John Deere.
If you can't make it GO... make it SHINY
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Relined the brakes and freed up and lubricated all the linkages on my WD/WD45 tractor.

Not a fun job!!!  One side was easy: the other side anything but!  Finally got 'er dun and now good brakes again.
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Took the Golf Cart, Minibike and Advertising display the the Old Farmers Antique Club Fall Festival.
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Mowed 10 acres of second cutting grass with the wd 45 and #7 mower.
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Fired up my 1940 B for the first time in 3 months on Friday.  (Knee replacement put me out of commission for a spell.)  Took it for a long drive around the neighborhood and then came home and mowed the side yard with the Woods mower.  Gorgeous fall day made even better by some tractor seat time!    
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Nothing, it rained all day today. Thank goodness it did. I dug a 24" deep trench this week. It was powder all the way down.
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I used my D17 diesel to pull start my friends JD 70 diesel that had not run in 25 plus years after we checked all fluids and made sure the engine was free. It popped right off within 3 feet. It had been sitting in his dads shed since he passed away in the 90’s. We have been cleaning it and changing fluids for 2 days. Neat ole tractor even if its green.
1968 B-208, 1976 720 (2 of them)Danco brush hog, single bottom plow,52" snow thrower, belly mower,rear tine tiller, rear blade, front blade, 57"sickle bar,1983 917 hydro, 1968 7hp sno-bee, 1968 190XTD
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Originally posted by AC720Man AC720Man wrote:

I used my D17 diesel to pull start my friends JD 70 diesel that had not run in 25 plus years after we checked all fluids and made sure the engine was free. It popped right off within 3 feet. It had been sitting in his dads shed since he passed away in the 90’s. We have been cleaning it and changing fluids for 2 days. Neat ole tractor even if its green.
I think they are crude but there's a soft spot in my heart for those 2 lungers. One working in the distance is a neat sound.
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I grabbed this steering knob off of a Massey in a junkyard recently and
added it to my B this weekend.  I hope the pic comes through.  It's a
pretty neat little piece!




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Nice steering wheel knob Tim . Sometimes wonder if one would be useful on my non power steering D-15 ? Which I used today pulling our 6' disc harrow . Also wonder where you'd mount a steering wheel spinner ? Bottom of wheel ? Thanks !
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Fought a corn field fire with my 8070 on my farm.  
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Disk around it or plow?
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Walked past and gave it a little pat. Like a favorite horse. Yesterday I moved a fuel tote. 
Learning AC...slowly
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Steve, your right they are crude but I have come to appreciate it over the past week. Pretty cool that you don't have to split the tractor to replace the clutch. Brakes are simple to replace. And that diesel 2 banger has some massive torque.
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ACinSC, My B is definitely not power steering!  But the little guy is really easy to
turn.  I put the spinner knob on the bottom spoke of my 3 spoke steering wheel.  It 
seems to work perfectly.
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Thanks Tim .
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