Post in 'The Gear' started by smokinj, Jun 6, 2013.
Any you guys in this video?
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Some of the guys in that video are regulars over at the onlycubcadets forum. I wasn't there!
That's a cool way to knock out a 60 acre field. GTG Anyone?
60 acres I'm rolling one of these:
Yea I will never have to worry about one of those....I use to run a 4 bottom plow with a Super M back in the day....lol
I got to run one earlier this spring. You can turn some dirt in a hurry with that thing.
Biggest I have been on is a 4240. Growing up we had a super M that was a great tractor.
This was an 8235R. Fun to drive, but need to have serious work to do for the11 gallons/hour and $700 fill-ups.
Spent a fair amount of time on a 4440 and 4450 MFWD (4x4) (both similar to that 4240, and neither one of them had "stock" fuel settings, ) as a kid. 5 bottom or later we switched to a 3 bottom over/under setup. Could haul a** with that setup!
I bet that is an awesome set up. The super me was wto after warm up low 3rd gear.
Ran a MD with an International 82 pull-type combine too. Rare setup here in the 21st century! Man you needed gorilla arms to drive that one (wide-front) but I still loved the start-on gas, run on diesel motor it had. Fill it up in the AM, it would run 6 hours to lunchtime, come in, fill it again, 2 qts of 15W40, and we were off till sunset. Memories.
I have detail a 9500 combine took 2 days with an air compressor and one day with a power washer, and 3 hours to detail the windows. It was a very long 3 days.
Beats the 3 minutes you spend trying to put the fire out!
If you ever do that again, start with the leaf blower to get the big stuff out of the way. Much better than the air compressor.
Its so pack in there you need that 135 psi coming out out a needle kind of force. The farmer I done it for has a special set of long, longer and very long air blow kit. Longest was in the 4 foot range. This was after 3200 acres in Hamilton county one of the largest crop per acre in Indiana. (I will not be doing another)
Gotta wonder if it was overcast or is that just soot hanging in the air?
Time is money!
Dunno if it looks expensive, but it sure sounds expensive! Holy turbo!
A lot like a Saturday night tractor pull! But can you imagine how rough that field is when they're done, lukem's R had better have an active seat.
Indeed, but still not enough turbo judging by how much they are over-fueling.
Just saw this pic come up in my background screens, from when I first brought that Cub home. Figured J would get a kick out of it. I pulled those concrete wheel weights and replaced with iron the following week.
Maybe the Deere hats have something to do with why that Cub was always giving me little things to fix.
That needs to be frame up and put in the shop.........
Tractors can make for some great memories eh?
I don't believe there has ever been a little one born that didn't want to "sit on tractor".
Very nice More wall hangers!.....Just need a little splash of yellow and white.
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