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  1. You are looking at the transmission control valve. Parts breakdown shown in section 6
  2. The front weights are correct for the 7100 series. The hood striping is also correct. The 94/96 series red Case tractors had the Case in large letters and the International in small. The second version of the Magnum stripe had the model number at the rear and smaller. The CaseInternational was at the front and were all larger.
  3. After going to so much effort to be original, I wonder why they used the later waffle style MFD front wheels.
  4. The screened valve shown in the hydraulic filter looks to be the original style. They were thermostatically controlled to allow cold oil to be drawn through the screen then were supposed to close when the oil warmed up. Unfortunately they were prone to stick open allowing unfiltered oil to go through the entire system. There was a service bulletin issued quite a few years ago that recommend swapping the valve out to the earlier style that had just a spring and a disc. The bulletin also recommended running the motor at a faster idle for several minutes in cold weather before putting it to work. If the pph system had used a charge pump, it would have solved several problems. The piston pump doesn’t create much suction.
  5. The 4 fin pump was used on non turbo 400 series engines. The 8 fin was used on the turbo motors No idea about the flow differences
  6. I fought this problem on a customer’s tractor quite a while back. I ended up mounting and wiring in a switch that requires depressing the clutch pedal to start. The OEM switches are a joke.
  7. There were two different rims used depending on which hub was used.
  8. I should have explained it different. The swathers and bale wagons are built in the GI plant but not in the same area as the combines.
  9. Swathers and bale wagons are built in a different area.
  10. We sold a lot of them also. Seems like it was the earlier ones that bothered. Have no idea why. Put the kits on the three that had the most complaints
  11. If I remember correctly, we installed the kits on three tractors and never experienced any problems at all on any of them. Before we did, the big complaint was that the steering wheel would lock up momentarily while starting to turn on the end of the field and raising the disc at the same time.
  12. This problem was addressed in a service bulletin not very long after the 86 series came out. We installed a supercharge elimination kit to take care of the problem https://www.superiortractorparts.com/mobile/Product.aspx?id=39005
  13. striker782

    Ambac 100

    Slip clutch for governor weight retainer is probably slipping. Pump will need to split apart to repair.
  14. I have no connection to this item. Very odd for this area. https://www.bigiron.com/Lots/1988InternationalPaystar50005AGrainTruck
  15. Years ago I made two brackets that bolted to the frame rails and would then bolt onto the front cab mount brackets. Rear of cab is supported by the IH cab stands. This allowed us to split the tractor behind the motor and roll out the speed housing and rear housing together. Extra care must be taken to make sure that the front half is stable and secure and can’t move. We have done it this way for quite some time and have had no problems.
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