dirtpoor

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  1. If you can't/don't want to get it going I would love to have the Engine side panels. Farmalldr is a great resource. I have been in the planet drive and the torque converter on mine so I might be of some limited value. I Don't stop by here very often so if you need something PM me. Dirt
  2. Thanks Dennis for the reply. I will call those places. I covered the front with 1/4" hail screen and ran the fan pulling. Ran all afternoon without heating. Sure was hot in the operator set though. 80 degree ambient. Dirt
  3. A common problem with wet converter housing setups. Make sure the scavenge pump is keeping the oil level down in the converter housing. I would bet that the converter seal is out and filling the housing with oil. If it pushes good your converter body is probably fine. Dirt
  4. Thanks Tom, The ones I need are aftermarket. The OEM ones are heavy steel with louvers. There is a 74 25c in Canada on Machinery Trader that has what I am looking for. Dirt
  5. Anyone have any ideas where a set are? I want the type with expanded metal so I can fasten hail screen to them. Called Browns, Blue Ridge, and Thill. Doing a lot of waterway/crop field work with lots of residue and the Rad needs cleaned out every hr. Thanks Dirt
  6. I'll have a look at the hoses. Thanks
  7. While we are on radiators I have a question. I have a 5088 that I use to mow with. When it's hot and working the tractor good it runs warmer than I would like but I live with it. When I head down the road into the wind it gets into the red real quick. Rad core is clean of dirt. Fan belts and pulleys are good. No change in fan roar when the AC clutch kicks in. Core looks clean inside (no Lime). Fan blades are undamaged. Is this normal? Dirt