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  1. Ok that makes sense. Thank you
  2. On my 1066 hydro it sounds like the tractor is under load all the time. When I cycle the hydraulic levers either way the engine gains rpm then when released goes back to laboring. This tractor came from factory with out a 3 point and I put one on it. Now that the 3 point is on when I lower the 3 point it is still under load and when I raise it there is a noticeable increase in rpm then when it raises all the way up and stops the tractor bogs down again. Any ideas where to start? Also the tractor is equipped with power beyond. Thanks,
  3. This 1066 hydro came from factory with out a 3 point hitch. I bought it with water in the engine oil. The hydro only has 500 hours on a rebuild so that was the selling point. After much deliberation I decided to put a 3 point on it. The project went pretty good and I am just finishing up cleaning up and painting some of the smaller parts before I put them on.
  4. I had one at the time I set up the account. It has been gone for a couple years. I redid the injection pump, injectors, complete wire harness, and several other things. It needed an overhaul and I didn't want to take that project on at the time so it went down the road. On a side note the 886 in the first picture is a German. It is the last ih tractor my grandpa bought new. He has been gone for 7 years now. The 886 has 3500 hours on it. He had it repainted 15 years ago because one of the doors started rusting. Needless to say the 8 won't be leaving.
  5. Is this 3rd arm an IH? If so what is it off of?
  6. So I have been along time lurker reading this forum daily. I have tried photobucket and other apps and wasn't happy with any of them. Well I finally figured out away to resize and post pictures from my phone. With that being said here are some random pictures.
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  8. I messaged you.
  9. We have a boss at work. The mounting plates float side to side and up and down. The have a steel cutting edge that is spring loaded works very well. https://m.bossplow.com/en/box-plows/skid-steer-plow
  10. Make sure you have the banjo bolts in right one has an orfice and one does not. I had a very similar issue.