gary1466

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  1. 86 series dif lock

    Not an easy job . Axle housings need to come off and differential needs removed to change side gears ,brake pinion shafts need changed to along with the right hand brake cover and the diff lock shafts and valve
  2. Speaking of Elwoods

    Looks like the EL cheapo front end I installed on a 1486 Brand new frontend looked like a Dana 44 diff with a spider gear type reduction in the wheel. Worst job of welding I had ever seen on the top of the axle to attach the mounting for the pivot pin It had a racheting slip clutch on the drive shaft.
  3. 1086 volt gauge

    do you have a IH combine that you could swap them to see if that is the problem. 4 screws and unlatch the faceplate and just lift out the gauge
  4. 1066 hydraulics

    Good catch on that Pete I didn't think about how he was returning the oil. I have always returned the oil thru the fill tube. Sounds like you have a problem up top.
  5. 1066 hydraulics

    Oil will come down the side if you have the valves in neutral. If you are running the oil through the the flowrater there shouldn't be any oil till the relief opens. Just want to make this clear before you take it apart.
  6. 1066 Hitch pump flow test

    blown oring on the pump cover
  7. pto housing seal area

    It's the same seal as the 1000 bore so you can check that bore
  8. 1466 countershaft

    You don't have to remove the TA eliminator shaft but I would change the seals for the clutch shaft and IPTO shaft while you have it split.
  9. 1466 countershaft

    If it ran very long you probably ruined the bearing bore for the front countershaft bearing. Yes you need to remove the MCV to allow the IPTO gear to be removed. This will allow you to remove the shaft going out the front. the top cover needs to come off and remove the fork rails. Remove the 4 bolts holding the rear shaft in . Slide the top shaft out with the bearing assembly so you have access to remove the lower gears and spacers. Be sure to keep the gears and spacers in order as they come out. When you tighten the countershaft nut shift the top gears so that you have 2 gears engaged at once to lock the transmission from turning Many methods have been used to help retain the nut better. I used the lock plate along with Loctite
  10. 1086 transmission trouble

    Does it have a M&W Tenderfoot valve installed on the MCV It's a white colored valve with a small lever that pushes down a valve when the clutch is depressed. It locks up both sides of the TA clutches to stop the transmission so it doesn't grind getting in to gear from neutral.
  11. early 706 diesel on big iron

    looks like a 66 series deck plate
  12. Good times with good equipment

    MY Dad had a Waldon blade on a 806 It had 2 pins about 1.75 " diameter that attached the blade to the hoop shaped frame . You pull 1 pin and install a bracket between the blade and frame to make an angled blade. I worked at a IH dealer in the early 80s and installed a new blade on a 1070 Case
  13. August 1985 the Maquoketa closed. It was on the west side across from a now McDonalds. The building is now a Oreillys Auto Parts Marshalltown I think was a closed truck dealer. A nice building just north of highway 30 on the east side
  14. Pulling ripper with 1086

    I think by looking at the angle of the top link as it is lower the angle will pitch the ripper so that the rear is so low the shanks are touching the rear of the shank
  15. I forgot to add my oldest brother worked for IH as a territorial service manager in Illinois. He worked with Dan Renaud at the Farm Progress Shows I met him several times. I worked at the dealer in Maquoketa and I worked at the Blairstown Iowa dealership helping get 43 tractors ready for the FPS at Marion in 1983