While I have been parting equipment out for over 3 decades, I can not help everyone with all of their needs but I can help by giving you, the aspiring Grimy Man, enough information to help yourself.
So take your time, search for alternatives, don't replace what can be repaired or rebuilt.
We have shipped parts to Russia, and the mechanics and equipment owners there certainly exercise ingenuity and resourcefulness.
Like the time we shipped a turbocharger from an IH 573B engine to Moscow. 1 tells us how we (and our leaders, both candidates, and press) may have "jumped to conclusions" once again. My lede does not tell the whole story or cover the full analysis. ) points out even more selective bias (hell, why be polite, just call it "lying" like she does! Glen reports on the news bias still being pushed months later! I was impressed with the video of Chisto Prudov showing a panoramic view of Moscow.
The Grimy Man is better described in this article by John H. Proff or not I don't know, but he did his job well in passing them along. (or reading the papers, watching your televised imitation of news, and listening to any professional "authority".) They are why I put these databases together over the last many years.
It has taken a lot of time to create and organize them. Of course all the manufacturers names belong to them, I am not associated with any, and they are just reference points to help identify part numbers and get you going in the right direction.
Tractor shows, tractor races, and the mere pride in taking care of our equipment, whether restoring tractors for show or for survival, we can all be the Grimy Man. We have language barriers, and most of you viewing the following video will not know the words, but you still know these men. You will recognize the traits and spirit of these Grimy Men even though you do not know them personally.
The video was supplied by the good folks at "English Russia" where indeed "something cool happens daily on 1/6th of the earths surface." You can also see a pictorial record of the history of Russian crawler production and design and agricultural tractor development in our picture albums.With his help, an old #12 7T grader is now back at work and providing income for its owner.If you ever need professional assistance, with professional results, on exporting and importing to and from Mexico, be sure and call Tito Ingenuity with tractors transfers over to other areas as well.This D7 3T has been in the Zapata family for over 40 years.As you can see, it is used in road maintenance and for pulling a disc.For the period of 1991 and before, prior to the advent of Nielsen Music radio monitoring and point-of-sales data, the rankings are based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No.