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International 664

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I just recently purchased an international 664. Body is rough, front end loader had many leaks as well as almost every hydraulic fitting. But the engine purrs like a kitten. My question is this: there are many parts missing, like connecting rods for TA, 3 point hitch lever, brake lock attachments, mounting bolts for the rims, ect, ect. Where can I find these parts?

I will take picks and attach ASAP. And I'll get the vin number for those keeping a list of these tractors.

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Most of the small parts you need are the same as a 656 utility. The only difference between the 2 is the engine.  Eason

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P M. me your sn/  I am keeping the list.

Like Eason said 664 is a 656utility with the German 239 engine.

Ray 

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Thank y'all so much. Now I have a direction to search. I'll get the s/n today as well as a couple of pics.

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The hood and radiator side panels (sheet metal) are the same as a 544 diesel utility.  Eason

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Serial number is 2567.

I have found the PTO does not work under stress, works fine until the bush hog gets in thick grass. Then it stops. I figure it's the PTO clutch pack. So I'm studying and for the life of me I can't find either a filler spot or a level screw. It appears the drain plug is under the tow bar. Anyone know specifically where all this is. I bought the parts and service manuals but they don't show either of them.

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You are right if PTO stops under load the clutch pack needs rebuild

Not a bad job but you need a way to keep the spring from flying out and injuring yourself

preferably a shop press & be careful.

Also put in the extra fiber disc when you put it back together.

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I went ahead and ordered the heavy duty pack, it has 7 fiber and 9 steel. I figured the extra steel could go on either end of the pack. Is this correct?

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By the way, how much pressure are we talking about with this spring. Is it something I could hold with strength, human, or is that tool needed? I do have a small shop press.

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Yes to the press,   & correct on the clutch pack.

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So very thankful to talk to folks that actually know what they're talking about!!! Thank you!!!

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