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  1. "Meter looking thing" If you are talking about the square, box-shaped piece located just below the oil fill, it is an hour meter.
  2. No, hydraulics weren't standard, but was an option. Yes, you can remove the hydraulic pump but you need the piece that goes in place of it to drive the distributor. I have the piece you need and I would be interested in the complete hydraulic system should you remove it.
  3. I put Champion W14 in mine. Runs just fine.
  4. Thanks Eason. I need all the help I can get.
  5. No wonder I couldn't find where the speedo cable went! If I understand you correctly, the speedo cable hooks up somewhere in the last picture where the light is shining on. Thank you for taking the time to reply to me. You have been a big help.
  6. OK. If it's not too much trouble, I'd appreciate it. I am guessing the speedo cable should be quite visible externally much like the tach cable is, but I'm not sure. It looks like Steiners has both the cables I need. I will be watching the forum for your posting. Thanks a bunch.
  7. Would you take a picture of the location where the speedo cable attaches to the chassis on your 544 Hydro and post it on here for me to see? I did find where the tach cable attaches to the chassis but for the life of me I can't find where the speedo cable attaches on my 656. I think an actual photo will help me more than the diagram photo you previously posted. Thanks.
  8. Thanks guys! I'll look her over closely today and see if I can figure it out. If not, guess I'll have to post back here.
  9. I did look in the parts manuals and it was no help to me.
  10. The tachometer and speedometer on my Farmall 656 hydro are not working and I would like to see if they are functional. However, I can't find any cables going to the instruments. Will someone please tell me where to hook up the cables. Pictures would really help a lot.
  11. Yes S H. The points on that plow pictured do indeed pivot up and down freely which as you know is quite different than the regular rigid points found on all the other fast hitch plow.
  12. AW I forgot to add the previous owner could have "torched" the original large point into small points to use with his Super C. Wouldn't be the first time I've seen a butcher job like that.
  13. Only need that particular plow for a 300U. The 350U has the traction control 2pth. Completely different lifting cylinder arrangement from a 300U. Beg to disagree on the hitch socket size of a 330U. Those are large points sockets on the 330U.
  14. Might work on your Super C, but I'm doubting it. First off, it would have to have the small points and from here I can't tell but am guessing it is the large points. If so, for sure won't work with the Super C. Secondly, you would have to have a place to hook up a top link on the Super C for the plow to work correctly. What I can tell you for sure is that plow was specifically made to work with the 300 Utility tractor. Forget right now the model number. See the piece sticking straight up on top of the plow. It is for a top link to hook to. The 300U is the only fast hitch tractor that requires a top link in addition to a fast hitch plow. Good luck.
  15. Also, important to most of todays applications of these tractors, with the single rib fronts the tractor is a whole lot easier to turn with less tire to ground contact on these big boys!