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Ok, so I am sure I am not the first fanatic to name his tractor Ingy...

Thanks to some great advice from Shenninger, creator of the Acticulating 4wd tractor, I just returned from a 942 mile trip with the new addition to the family; a 1984 Ingersoll 448 #14062821. She came with a barely used snowcaster and high mileage mower deck as well.

(I will be selling my 1983 Case 446 soon, PM me if interested. It is the tractor pictured in my profile).

So Ingy already has the Linimar LX 770 engine upgrade, and only 1054 hours on the clock. She runs, shifts and lifts pretty solid. No leaks, major damage, frame repairs or cracks in the trans axle.

So I am looking for decals, headlight assemblies, a 3 point hitch and hydraulic pto for the rear, and AG (lug) tires, in case anyone has them lying around and just didn't put them on eBay yet :hide:

By the way, I got to see the Arctic 4wd up close and live... the pictures and videos do it no justice. These guys did some job on it. If I would have stayed there another minute, Scott and Brian would have had Ingy offloaded and I would have never gotten out of there. They are great guys, if you are ever in Central PA, look them up and stop by!

Thanks guys, this forum is great!
 

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Congrats and enjoy it. slkpk
 

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Congratulation on the new tractor.
 

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Ok, so I am sure I am not the first fanatic to name his tractor Ingy...

Thanks to some great advice from Shenninger, creator of the Acticulating 4wd tractor, I just returned from a 942 mile trip with the new addition to the family; a 1984 Ingersoll 448 #14062821. She came with a barely used snowcaster and high mileage mower deck as well.

(I will be selling my 1983 Case 446 soon, PM me if interested. It is the tractor pictured in my profile).

So Ingy already has the Linimar LX 770 engine upgrade, and only 1054 hours on the clock. She runs, shifts and lifts pretty solid. No leaks, major damage, frame repairs or cracks in the trans axle.

So I am looking for decals, headlight assemblies, a 3 point hitch and hydraulic pto for the rear, and AG (lug) tires, in case anyone has them lying around and just didn't put them on eBay yet :hide:

By the way, I got to see the Arctic 4wd up close and live... the pictures and videos do it no justice. These guys did some job on it. If I would have stayed there another minute, Scott and Brian would have had Ingy offloaded and I would have never gotten out of there. They are great guys, if you are ever in Central PA, look them up and stop by!

Thanks guys, this forum is great!
DITTO DITTO DITTO! But how come those "Cases" in the back ground are painted green and yellow???? <G>

Congratulations on your new acquisition! Looks like a nice tractor!
 

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Ok, so I am sure I am not the first fanatic to name his tractor Ingy...

Thanks to some great advice from Shenninger, creator of the Acticulating 4wd tractor, I just returned from a 942 mile trip with the new addition to the family; a 1984 Ingersoll 448 #14062821. She came with a barely used snowcaster and high mileage mower deck as well.

By the way, I got to see the Arctic 4wd up close and live... the pictures and videos do it no justice. These guys did some job on it. If I would have stayed there another minute, Scott and Brian would have had Ingy offloaded and I would have never gotten out of there. They are great guys, if you are ever in Central PA, look them up and stop by!

Thanks guys, this forum is great!
Thanks. It was Great meeting you Richard. Sorry I couldn't find anything else you needed!! ;)
 

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DITTO DITTO DITTO! But how come those "Cases" in the back ground are painted green and yellow???? <G>

Congratulations on your new acquisition! Looks like a nice tractor!
Oh those were at the OLD owner's location. Here are some pics after I cleaned her up with the pressure washer, adjusted the clutch and installed the "fat fender" upgrade parts from Scott;
 

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Looks like an '87 or '88 now!
 

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Looks like an '87 or '88 now!
Wait until I find me some diamond plate to build those foot rests... :cool:

Then the beer bottle holder for my Coron-ahs :trink39:

Then I am going to find some small driving lights to put in the hood for real nightime work... :thThumbsU

And some AG tires, rear PTO, 3 point hitch, york rake, scraper, heated seat...

Oh the list goes on, I am never going to get anything else done around the house! :Stop:
 
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