New to binders with an interesting find.

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  1. nybinder

    nybinder Farmall Cub

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  2. Chris Cooper

    Chris Cooper Farmall Cub

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    Pic not accessible.
     
  3. Mark Aycock

    Mark Aycock High Wheeler

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    Yeah. What he said. I don't have permission to view the photo.
     
  4. nybinder

    nybinder Farmall Cub

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    Should be fixed now.
     
  5. Chris Cooper

    Chris Cooper Farmall Cub

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    That's amazing-- you got a really neat truck in what appears to be great shape.
     
  6. DT466

    DT466 Farmall Cub

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    Wow! Cool truck.
    Dean
     
  7. nybinder

    nybinder Farmall Cub

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    It is in really good shape. Only bad area is right under the hood where the firewall meets the cowl. My plan is to update the axles with a rear out of 450/550 and a heavy bus I beam. I have to move spring perches and put the correct gearing in it. Won't be easy, I'll post that build under the skunkworks. I know there is not a lot of information on doing that to the 1500B so if anyone has pointers or suggestions feel free.
     
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  8. Bryan Johnson

    Bryan Johnson Farmall Cub

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    Thats a sweet find!
     
  9. Darrell Tuxworth

    Darrell Tuxworth Binder Driver

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    PICS!!!!!! WE NEED MORE PICS!!!!!!!

    Darrell
     
  10. Bryan Johnson

    Bryan Johnson Farmall Cub

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    I second this, we need more pics
     
  11. nybinder

    nybinder Farmall Cub

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    More pics uploaded.
     
  12. Darrell Tuxworth

    Darrell Tuxworth Binder Driver

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    That rig is so nice, and to find it in such great shape is amazing. From the pics very little needs done cosmetically, just the front seat repaired really.
    If you don't mind me asking how much did you get it for?

    Darrell
     
  13. nybinder

    nybinder Farmall Cub

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    I picked it up for 3500

    Chris
     
  14. stroker3

    stroker3 Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    Appears to be in nice shape overall. Name on it is perfect..."corn binder bungalow" .....:laugh:
     
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  15. Gringo Gomez

    Gringo Gomez Farmall Cub

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    Wow!
     

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