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About red5770

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  • Birthday 12/23/1953

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    N Manchester IN
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    IH tractors and equipment,
    70 Chevelle SS 396
    57 Chevy Bel Air
    Camping with family and friends.

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  1. I have the same Air Research T606 turbo setup from a TD-62 on my 560D. Still running the oil bath cleaner but have a dry air cleaner from a 656D that I plan to add, just haven't got it done yet. Was originally looking for a M&W setup so I didn't have to cut a new hole in the hood but this dozer setup came along reasonably priced. Went from 62 hp and a lot of smoke to 75hp and no smoke just by adding the turbo. I think the timing is at 0* now, plan to go back to 3*BTDC. I don't need any more power but would like to have some smoke, at least look like it's a diesel. It's a for fun plow day tractor, not a daily user. I want to do something similar to what Nebraska 1206 did on his turbo 560. Hope this link from 2014 works. Steve
  2. Double picture above was suppose to be this picture. Steve
  3. Looks like someone changed the rear couplers. Those look the same as a 1086. My 606 is bolted to the bracket in your picture and has the same couplers that are up above the clutch/brake pedals. I always called them pioneer ends. I can get you a picture after work tonight. Outlets point straight back from a block bolted to that bracket. Steve
  4. Thanks gorden76, exactly what I needed. Steve
  5. OK, I'm already wrong, it's a 51 tooth gear and has a planetary PTO. SN says it's a 59. Will parts from a 400 with planetary PTO interchange?
  6. BIL has a 560D with no hydraulic pressure. It's apart and the gear that drives the pump is bad, think it has 54 teeth. Is that gear part number 358860R1? Also the gear and shaft (think it's all 1 piece) that drives the gear above is also bad. I can't tell from my parts manual which gear that is, can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks for your help, Steve
  7. That was a fun day. Thanks for the memories. Steve
  8. We lost the kids favorite pony several years ago from possum poo, was sad day to say the least. Steve
  9. Congratulations Eason, Tina and I will be 39 years on Saturday, life is so good. Steve
  10. Thanks IHRunner, I wish more people in this world shared your (our) view of life, family and friends. That's the best there is. Happy Thanksgiving, Steve
  11. The latest revision in this catalog is dated 1-60. There is a picture of a 336, looks similar to yours but not the same. I thought I had an answer for you but I guess it's just information. Steve
  12. My 02 has 210,000 miles, injectors at 135,000 and 180,000 miles. $2300 the first time and $3000 the last time at a small shop. Oil pressure has always been good, 80 lbs cold and 60 hot. Never added a drop of oil between changes at 5000 miles. Steve
  13. Thanks, looks like it would fit but I wasn't sure. Ran into a guy with a 44A so it should work without changing anything. Steve