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kenworth 362504 112 826 either
826
new 1969 built until 1971
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in good shape,with cab
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85 pto HP from a 358 cu in.6 cyl IH engine @2400 rpm
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856 older but bigger engine
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856 built from 67-71
100 pto HP from a 406 cu in.6 cyl @ 2400rpm
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The old Inters of yesteryear are a much different looking machine from today's Case IH models aren't they?
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narrow front 806 in Farmall trim,predesessor from 856
above.
806 was built from 63-67 with 95 pto HP from a 361 cu in.IH engine.
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Real IH`s,back in those days noone was even dreaming about to be taken over. :-[
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dealer lot from those years,early 60`s
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JD, the trike above made me think of that other comment I posted in your other Inter thread :-)

I guess it is amazing looking back & seeing all of these tractors in the above lot & not seeing one with a cab or even a R.O.P.S. Unheard of in today's agricultural world :-P
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The 856 older than they 826? I thought the 856 was follow up the 826. The 806 was the first series in this line, then the 826 and last the 856
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i thouth that to,but i lookt in a book.
806 63-67
856 67-71 same in size
826 69-71 15HP less
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In my opinion 826 has an european engine, same as 946/1046
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could be,its diff.in size but never checkt that.
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826 has a german DT358 engine ( 5.8 litre )
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okay,dident know that,never thout they workt together that early.
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The 826 was built after the 856. It was a "no frills 856". It was for the farmer who wanted to upgrade from his 806 with out changing his full line of implements which he may be inclined to do if he went with the 856. It was also the answer for the John Deere 4000 which was a "no frills 4020" for the farmer upgrading from a 3010 or 3020 who didn't want to purchase a new line of implements. In the states during the 60's and 70's IH and John Deere were battling it out for the top market share and tryed to fill every nitch market availible.
Those were the days!;-)
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the way there were some German Diesels used in the 706 also.
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intresting history there JD70 :-)
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Thanks, I guess I am getting old!
I know the largest rivalarly to this day is Red and Green. I own both. What part of Switzerland are you from? I took a train through the Alps in 2002. Beutiful country.
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Whoops! Double clicked
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JD70,its the north eastern part,close to the lake of konstanz(Bodensee) wich is in between CH and germany.
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I wasn't to close I guess. We ended our trip @ Lake Como in northern Italy. We were visiting the manufacture of a machine we had purchased for the company I work for.
I enjoyed the country side the best. I was surprised at the amount of moldboard plowing that was beng done. Also seeing two way plows. Moldboard plows in the midwest are rarely seen anymore and two way plows unheard of. I wish to go back sometime.
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almost every field gets plowed,but since about 10 years some are not plowing anymore.
two way plows have a long history here,almost for about 80-90 years i am guessing now.
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what do you mean with a moldboard and a two way plough?
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