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Well here's the start of my next project that I picked up. This 1067 which I have blown apart and started in cleaning parts. Thanx to @Firebug  and @ebinmaine getting me started putting this together! Got the trans tore apart and found a bad gear thanks to both Eric and bill I got that covered . Also thanx to @WHEELHORSEFAN3 for his great generosity in his help as well for picking up some parts for me that I will later

on in the build need to help me out. Will keep posted on the progress. Happy hunting y'all !

 

 

 

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WHEELHORSEFAN*16

Im so excited right now I cant stand it, this is what keeps me up at night, sleep therapy isnt helping 😂👌🤘

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Firebug

I’m looking foreword to following this build. Looks like it’s going to be a full resto instead of just freshening it up

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The Tool Crib
1 minute ago, Firebug said:

I’m looking foreword to following this build. Looks like it’s going to be a full resto instead of just freshening it up

 It's dedication and perseverance ! 

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Firebug

That’s what they all take

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AMC RULES

:hand: Don't forget a liberal application of this...

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The Tool Crib
14 minutes ago, AMC RULES said:

:hand: Don't forget a liberal application of this...

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Ooooo yeah ! I just had shoulder surgery and now I'm working thru the pain! This should be interesting! :unsure:

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c-series don

Holy cow my friend you are in deep! I’ll be following this! 

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The Tool Crib

Yes maybe so. But this is what we all enjoy and the final result from the time spent!

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ebinmaine
44 minutes ago, c-series don said:

Holy cow my friend you are in deep! I’ll be following this! 

Me too!!

 

1 hour ago, The Tool Crib said:

Thanx to @Firebug  and @ebinmaine getting me started

No worries man... Good talking to you the other night.

 

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Mike'sHorseBarn

Man I love restoration threads, I can't wait to see how it turns out!

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jabelman
1 hour ago, Mike'sHorseBarn said:

Man I love restoration threads, I can't wait to see how it turns out!

one of the nice things about this site is seeing the amount of resto threads by members 

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WHEELHORSEFAN*16

These parts are making their way to Tennessee soon !

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Firebug

I think with all the wrenching you might be able to skip physical therapy for the shoulder

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Firebug

Those parts look familiar lol

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Firebug

Happy new year fellas! Randy, I was just wondering what size those front tires are? They look taller and narrower than any that I have on my tractors. 

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The Tool Crib
48 minutes ago, Firebug said:

Happy new year fellas! Randy, I was just wondering what size those front tires are? They look taller and narrower than any that I have on my tractors. 

 I believe those are 4.80 x 16. They are the original tires I believe I got that same size on my 855 that I bought from Amazon for 40 bucks for the tires they look great .

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The Tool Crib

 OK just started this morning cleaning some parts some manually with the sander others with electrolysis. Not the most fun thing to do but it has to be done .

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Firebug

That always makes a mess

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WHX24
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Chiming in to follow and offer some help if needed. Here's a 1067 I did awhile back Crib... came out pretty decent for a rattle can paint job. See if I can find the thread I did on it might be some helpful pointers in it for ya.

 

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The Tool Crib

Yeah I really love those front tires you have on that. Not sure yet the tire situation. Going through the gruesome task of cleaning parts and the 

drustizing . Was really looking for a 10 horse K241 to replace the HH60 but I settled on a k321 instead It has a 5060 trans which I split the case and found a bad cluster gear. Moving along.!

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WHX24

Since you are not staying orginal a 321 will be fine. The fronts are the Firestones in 16/8 and the only one to have them is Miller Tire to my knowledge. Somewhat pricey but worth it for this particular tractor IMHO. :)

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On 12/31/2018 at 10:17 PM, WHEELHORSEFAN3 said:

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On 12/31/2018 at 10:17 PM, WHEELHORSEFAN3 said:

These parts are making their way to Tennessee soon !

 

 

Road trippin, or fastenal shipment?

 

I have a bunch of these 2’ high 3’ wide 42” long crates, thought about doing some “mock runs” to see if an entire tractor minus the tires and wheels could fit inside one for any future Horse Rustling.

 

 

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WHEELHORSEFAN*16

Its gonna be a road trip, crib and I will be doing some "horse trading", he has a 701 that I want !

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