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Nothing fancy, just working tractors on the farm.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/MBCm98GsAHqFH4BN6
This is a Same Argon 70. It's 70hp, has a Lambrogini transmission. 24 speeds forward, 16 reverse. An Italian made tractor with a turbo charged Deutz engine. They had used it to clean out ponds before I got it so I had to replace the two stage clutch. I also had to rebuild the front differential, not because it went bad but because some bolts came loose inside and I procrastinated on taking it apart. My bad.


https://photos.app.goo.gl/NoYmWMfaoeY11ANEA

Putting in a solar cattle watering system with the little Bobcat.


This was my grandfathers tractor, an 8n I think, my uncles drove it from Iowa to Arkansas. Here they are getting ready to head out. They built the cab since the trip was in winter, Feb. 1946.


https://photos.app.goo.gl/XEiCcYkrs62pn5Mo6
https://photos.app.goo.gl/tDqkwiggUEYPANxV6
My old 9n. I did a lot of work with this little tractor.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/5Nunb9Lufar5wP7F9
This was my first tractor....just kidding :)

https://photos.app.goo.gl/6XUSvRG6ZKPZikLQ9
This is a John Deer 350 crawler, kind of a tractor I guess. We went across the state to pick it up.

View media item 3539https://photos.app.goo.gl/w6Ms4PGhy1EpuneH7
My brother inherited my uncles International 300

https://photos.app.goo.gl/PnhVh5PD1ukscB3s6
View media item 3535My wife going to pick up hay with our Deutz 6806. I usually use this tractor to bale with.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/87887zHFDXNjkLz18
Just picked this one up. Haven't unloaded it yet. I figured it would be easier to take the blades off and sharpen them with it up on the trailer.


Sorry I didn't have better pictures. I hope the links work. Hope you enjoyed.
 

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Thanks for the great post, although the photos are a bit hit and miss. Do you have all these photos on your computer? If so, you can either right click on them then copy and paste them to your post, or click on the "UPLOAD A FILE" button and select what ever photos you'd like to post... use the full size option rather than the thumbnail so we can easily see them.
 

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Bill every time I find something I would like to make a comment about the site confronts me with, "(You have insufficient privileges to post comments.)". I have searched everywhere I can think of, read the rules and cannot find out why this is happening and how to solve it? Can you help me?
Thanks, John Mitchell
 

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https://photos.app.goo.gl/PnhVh5PD1ukscB3s6

My wife going to pick up hay with our Deutz 6806. I usually use this tractor to bale with.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/87887zHFDXNjkLz18

Just picked this one up. Haven't unloaded it yet. I figured it would be easier to take the blades off and sharpen them with it up on the trailer.

Not sure what is going on. I can see all the pictures when I edit the post and in the quoted reply. Hopefully they will show up now. I put some links in just in case they don't.
 

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Bill every time I find something I would like to make a comment about the site confronts me with, "(You have insufficient privileges to post comments.)". I have searched everywhere I can think of, read the rules and cannot find out why this is happening and how to solve it? Can you help me?
Thanks, John Mitchell
I'll pass this along to the powers that be. Sorry about this!
 

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Nothing fancy, just working tractors on the farm.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/qauyvRaVKeWK4ZHe6

This is a 885 David Brown/Case, not sure of the year. I think it's around 45hp. It was pretty rough when I bought it but I straightened it out the best I could, used a little bondo and painted it. I also had to put a clutch in it. It was a two stage and was over $800 for the whole pack. I bought the parts I needed and overhauled it for about $80. It only has 2400 hours on it. They just let the clutch get out of adjustment and burned it up.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/MBCm98GsAHqFH4BN6

This is a Same Argon 70. It's 70hp, has a Lambrogini transmission. 24 speeds forward, 16 reverse. An Italian made tractor with a turbo charged Deutz engine. They had used it to clean out ponds before I got it so I had to replace the two stage clutch. I also had to rebuild the front differential, not because it went bad but because some bolts came loose inside and I procrastinated on taking it apart. My bad.


https://photos.app.goo.gl/NoYmWMfaoeY11ANEA

Putting in a solar cattle watering system with the little Bobcat.


This was my grandfathers tractor, an 8n I think, my uncles drove it from Iowa to Arkansas. Here they are getting ready to head out. They built the cab since the trip was in winter, Feb. 1946.



https://photos.app.goo.gl/XEiCcYkrs62pn5Mo6
https://photos.app.goo.gl/tDqkwiggUEYPANxV6
My old 9n. I did a lot of work with this little tractor.


https://photos.app.goo.gl/5Nunb9Lufar5wP7F9
This was my first tractor....just kidding :)


https://photos.app.goo.gl/6XUSvRG6ZKPZikLQ9
This is a John Deer 350 crawler, kind of a tractor I guess. We went across the state to pick it up.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/w6Ms4PGhy1EpuneH7
My brother inherited my uncles International 300

https://photos.app.goo.gl/PnhVh5PD1ukscB3s6
My wife going to pick up hay with our Deutz 6806. I usually use this tractor to bale with.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/87887zHFDXNjkLz18
Just picked this one up. Haven't unloaded it yet. I figured it would be easier to take the blades off and sharpen them with it up on the trailer.


Sorry I didn't have better pictures. I hope the links work. Hope you enjoyed.
Most of your photos are blank.
 

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Thanks for the great post, although the photos are a bit hit and miss. Do you have all these photos on your computer? If so, you can either right click on them then copy and paste them to your post, or click on the "UPLOAD A FILE" button and select what ever photos you'd like to post... use the full size option rather than the thumbnail so we can easily see them.
I'll work on it, thanks.
 

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Ok, trying this again. I'll post them one at a time.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/qauyvRaVKeWK4ZHe6

This is a 885 David Brown/Case, not sure of the year. I think it's around 45hp. It was pretty rough when I bought it but I straightened it out the best I could, used a little bondo and painted it. I also had to put a clutch in it. It was a two stage and was over $800 for the whole pack. I bought the parts I needed and overhauled it for about $80. It only has 2400 hours on it. They just let the clutch get out of adjustment and burned it up. I made the front end spear out of a rear end spear. Because of the odd linkage it took a little figuring to get it to work but it turned out great.
 

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Still not sure what's going on. In the post above, I can see the picture when I created the post and I can see it when I edit the post but it's not showing up in the post!!!
 

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You are trying to post photos using google photos. It ain't working! If you have the photos on your devise, you can add them to your post by selecting the "UPLOAD A FILE" button and follow the directions.

I get the No permission thing now and again as well.... must be a glitch.



I opened your link to google opened the photo and then copy and pasted it into this post. I can put it in your post if you like.
 

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You are trying to post photos using google photos. It ain't working! If you have the photos on your devise, you can add them to your post by selecting the "UPLOAD A FILE" button and follow the directions.
I get the No permission thing now and again as well.... must be a glitch.
I opened your link to google opened the photo and then copy and pasted it into this post. I can put it in your post if you like.
I don't get a permission notice, the pictures appear just fine in the post until I post, then they disappear. I put the links in there to try to get around the problem but I'd rather just post the pics. I'm working on getting around the problem, I'm not giving up just yet. It appears that if I put the pictures in my album then post them they will work. Thanks for the help!!!
 

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Ok, I may or may not have gotten the hang of it but check out my edited post. I put the pictures in my gallery and was then able to put them in the post. The videos I had to upload to Youtube, put them in the gallery and then put them in the post. Kind of exhausting!!! I'll keep working on figuring out a better way. Thanks guys and gals!!!
 

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For the record, when I edited my original post, copy and paste didn't work and there was no upload link. Those might be options for when you are creating a new post.
 

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Where are your photos? Are you using a computer, or one of them iphones? If you have the photos on your computer or on a stick or chip or card, you can select the UPLOAD A FILE button just below were you are typing your message. Click on it and find the photo on your devise, open it and it will automatically download. Select the FULL IMAGE option and it will go into your message wherever your flashing cursor is sitting... beware of that part!
If you are using a phone, I can't help you, I don't have one that I could use for that sort of thing.
Just avoid using a third party photo storage website, I find them a pain in the youmpa!
 

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Where are your photos? Are you using a computer, or one of them iphones? If you have the photos on your computer or on a stick or chip or card, you can select the UPLOAD A FILE button just below were you are typing your message. Click on it and find the photo on your devise, open it and it will automatically download. Select the FULL IMAGE option and it will go into your message wherever your flashing cursor is sitting... beware of that part!
If you are using a phone, I can't help you, I don't have one that I could use for that sort of thing.
Just avoid using a third party photo storage website, I find them a pain in the youmpa!
The files I'm trying to attach are on my computer. The problem is with editing my original post. I'm having to put the files in my my gallery under the Media tab, which I don't mind doing. When I post a new message, like this one, I see the upload a file tab but when I edit my post I don't get that option. It's not really a problem now that I've figured out how to do it. I'll give it a test....
My first tractor
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yep, works like a charm when you are in the original post, it's just in the editing a post that it becomes a problem.
Thanks for having patience with me.
 

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Sorry mate, I'm catching on! When you edit one of your posts, it lets you change the text. Do't touch the photos.... not sure why you would need to, unless you are wanting to remove them from your post.
When you hit the edit button, SAVE CHANGES, MORE OPTIONS, CANCEL buttons will appear at the bottom. Select MORE OPTIONS and it will open your editing ability to the degree that you think you have discovered something way better than sliced bread! Then continue... select the UPLOAD A FILE button and select a photo from you computer file as normal. Again, edit what you like, but be sure that the cursor is where you want the photo to be inserted.
 

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Sorry mate, I'm catching on! When you edit one of your posts, it lets you change the text. Do't touch the photos.... not sure why you would need to, unless you are wanting to remove them from your post.
When you hit the edit button, SAVE CHANGES, MORE OPTIONS, CANCEL buttons will appear at the bottom. Select MORE OPTIONS and it will open your editing ability to the degree that you think you have discovered something way better than sliced bread! Then continue... select the UPLOAD A FILE button and select a photo from you computer file as normal. Again, edit what you like, but be sure that the cursor is where you want the photo to be inserted.
I will give it a try. Thanks again for the help
 
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