lowell66dart

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About lowell66dart

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  1. It took me a while to get back but I have had a little sucess. I attached a row builder to the tractor and decided to work it a bit. I was able to raise and lower the lift at the end of the rows as long as I din't throttle down. That was last week. Yesterday I was able to get what was left of the old remote handle off and replaced with a used one. Just like Pete said, by operating the remote the lift works much faster. I think I know what is going on now and just have to get into it. Thanks for all the help.
  2. I have an IT manual but it didn't have much info. The steering works very well. I just had to replace the lower arms. I removed the plate under the seat to reseal it when I first got the tractor because it was seeping oil. Everything was there and very clean. The remote handle was cut off with a torch as were the quadrant controls. I welded new quadrant controls on. I did find a new remote handle but haven't looked at it much. I can probably find a way to operate it to do the test. It may be the weekend before I get to it but I will reply back. Thanks for the ideas.
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  4. Last year I bought a 1966 Farmall 656 High Crop that was being used as a cane loader. All of the 3 point equipment had been removed. I finally found all the parts and am ready to work this tractor. My issue is that when raising or lowering the lift it responds sometime. I can normally make the lift work by snapping the throttle open and the lift will raise but it it jerky, Makes no difference if I have a tool on it or not. I have verified that the suction hose is in place. I also put it a new filter and it's overfilled with Hy-Tran. After a bunch of searching it seems that maybe I have an unloader valve issue? An opinions would be greatly appreciated.