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About EJQ

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  • Birthday 02/22/1978

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    North Western Wisconsin
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  1. D358 help needed

    Ha. That's what I did as well. Got all State ag parts looking for a another now.
  2. D358 help needed

    I'm replacing the gaskets for the water manifold on my 826. I need to know what to torque the nuts to so I don't crack the ears. Thanks for any help Erich
  3. Do you live in Wisconsin like me?

    Rice Lake huh, I'm only 35 minutes from there. Not a bad area really. Erich
  4. D407 oil leak

    Thanks everyone. That's the part number I was looking for. Erich
  5. D407 oil leak

    I have an oil leak on my 856. It's leaking oil from where the oil tube going from the oil pump up to the top oil cooler. I remember some time back someone posted a part number for a square cut o ring to replace the original round type one. Does anyone know what that part number is? I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance Erich.
  6. Farmall 706 Pedestal Serial Number

    I believe the part number for the 656 front peristaltic is 369855R1. The correct part number for the front pedestal on 806-1206. 856-1456 is 379989R1. Not sure if a 706-756 would be the same front pedestal as the larger tractors or not.
  7. I'm about done with NAPA...

    I'm with MTO on this one
  8. Looking for

    Here's my 826 serial number. 2510120U08781* Desiel, Hydro, hyd seat, straight steering wheel, dual PTO, Dual Hyd w/ the front set under the platform, 3pt, narrow front, and open station w/ deluxe fenders. My grandfather bought it used back in the early 70's it still has the M&L Anderson from Barron WI key chain. Not sure if they sold it new or not. Erich
  9. Not the usual oil discussion

    Sorry it took me so long to reply. It's on page 120 of my owner's manual. It states to use 10w oil cut with kerosene. Two different ratios depending on the anticipated ambient air temperature. I took a pic with my phone but don't have an image resizing app to post it. Erich
  10. How warm do you keep your house?

    We have a two story brick house. 950sq/ft per floor. Built around 1900. A/C and heat on the main floor. One duct in a bed room upstairs. Most Windows were replaced in the mid eighties with Anderson Windows. They are due for replacement again. We spray foamed between the rafters in the attic. That helped a lot. We go through 1000 gal +/- of LP a year. Winter 65 when home. 60 when not. Summer 74 when home. 77 when not.
  11. Not the usual oil discussion

    Well since this topic is all over the place I would like to add this. In my operator manual for my 856 and 826 it states to use 30wt but to add 1 to 2 quarts of diesel fuel to the oil depending on the ambient temperature the tractor will be used in. Does anyone still do this?
  12. 856 Hard starting

    How many hours on the old girl? It may be time to have the injectors rebuilt. They need to pop off at the correct psi. I just got the farms old 806 going after sitting for a decade. Rebuilt the pump, pump drive, and injectors. Doesn't spin over fast but pops right off down to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Erich
  13. Happy birthday Danny

    Happy birthday Danny. I hope you have a good day.
  14. Post your Projects Here!

    This is how far I've made it so far. I must say that it was a fair amount of work but well worth it. Erich
  15. Post your Projects Here!

    I just finished working on my late grandfathers 826 Hydro. I thought I'd post a few pictures here with before and after. The engine is fresh and the pump along with the injectors have all been rebuilt. The Hydro worked good so I left it alone. New breaks and new tires all the way around. I even found a NOS IH fender mount radio to install on it. I would like to thank everone that help me with this project. I can't say enough how helpful Devon from Devons tractors parts was with suppling me with so many parts. Jeff Foreman for his help with the front badges and Scott Knight for having some very hard parts to find availible for me to purchase. This is what it looked like when I brought it home last year. This is a photo of the in progress work. more to come.