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I am currently looking at buying a 504 diesel and was wondering what problems, if any, these tractors were known to have? Or if anyone had any advice from their own personal experiences with them. Anyway to get some more ponies out of a D188? It's going to be pulling sled for the rest of it's days while I own it! I currently have a 504 gas burner and haven't had any bad problems with it. Anything is appreciated! Thanks!
So today I went on a mission to pick up a 504 utility from Craigslist that looked to be a good parts donor machine for other 504's I have. However after I picked it up and left I stopped for a quick sandwich and took a peek at the SN. Low and behold its #601....the 100th 504 to be built. So what do you folks think, should I restore it? It is rough and missing a lot of parts, the transmission is believed to be bad...PTO is out of it, but I have it. Sheet metal is poor. I know the 504's aren't very collectible. Looking for any thoughts.
Hello, I have question concerning the hydraulic filter on an International 504 diesel (serial # 2175 S.Y.FF) I believe I only have the 12gpm, not the 17gpm hyd pump. I put fresh hydraulic fluid (mobil hydraul 56) (13 gallons) in with a new filter sourced from NAPA. The filter happened to be the one with the two little donuts. Hydraulics worked fine however there is a whine to the hydraulics that I am not fond of. One time this whine, after a couple of hours of light work, went much louder. The next day the whine was back to its normal sound. I would like to get rid of this whine and after some reading found that the "donut" filter is no longer recommended as it does not have enough capacity. I called Allied Precision about there filter extension kit as it looked like a great product. Unfortunately, he was out of them and may or may not make more. If he does it will be during the summer, so give him a call if interested. Seemed like a good guy. I will buy one if they become available. So I looked on the CASEIH site and found the recommended filter Part # 388084R93 http://partstore.caseih.com/us/parts-search.html#epc::mr50018ar805525bi1804326-37 My question is as follows; there is a very large hole in this filter and it appears that after serial number 11125 they want you to purchase a filter suction screen #386121r92 http://www.messicks.com/search?q=386121R92 to cover this hole. Since mine is an early serial number can I just purchase the filter or do I need to get the suction screen? I am honestly a little confused over the large hole in the filter. Thanks for your advice and help. Regards, Rod