Yep, kinda like using a Hollander's manual for auto salvage. Knowledge is power. :thumbup:Hydriv said:I also suggest that you take some time to educate yourself by making use of the Parts Manuals in the Technical Library. Start with the parts book for the 150/190 tractors and get the part number for the rims you need. Then look at the parts books for the 130/180 models and the 155/195 tractors. If the part numbers match up, then you have a wider field to choose from.
Where are these farm auctions? I might consider getting out of the shop for a couple deals like you have described...chllngr528 said:You guys really need to get out a little. I see old cases all the time at farm auctions all the time.
What happens in your corner of the world is not necessarily what happens elsewhere. :sidelaugh: Besides, getting out for me is not easy because I am in leg irons that are hooked to my computer desk. Sometimes it's hard to get them to empty my colostomy bag on time. :lol:chllngr528 said:Well if I had unlimited money and storage I would have bought all of them ( the 155 190 colt and the 446). Next time I go to an auction if I see one its selling cheap I will buy it and post it on here for what I paid deal?
You guys really need to get out a little. I see old cases all the time at farm auctions all the time.