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  • Birthday 03/19/1972

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    Farm 1600 acres,milk 700 cows run mainly RED(gotta have a few others to make you appreciate the red ones even more)bought the '46 Farmall A in family since '52 when I was 17. Currently have A, C, Super C,200 ,230 ,230, '39 H , 400,450 x3 and an F30 adopted from my Wife's side of the family. Wish I had bought the 450 i grew up with, hindsight is 2020

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  1. If you have had the linkage or carburetor off or got it that way the tang is probably not in the groove. I have not seen one wear out there yet just get put together wrong. They can be a pain to get in place
  2. Neat find . My question is on loader tractor do you put any extra rear weights compared to your usual amount?
  3. Possible the tip on the hose is questionable but the cartridge leaking in the drain and hoses popping out are cartridge issues
  4. I think it is a great idea to keep commonality when possible. Back to the mid 90's every Chevy I ever drove had one of 2 different starters. Straight or staggered bolt pattern. Didn't matter if it was a straight 6 or a 454 . Radiator in the 66-86 was the same if you had the threaded boss to put the level sending unit in for the 86 . Not only is it cheaper this way but it's way more convenient. I am able to stock many of the parts I might need because of this fact
  5. In my experience with this issue you need to replace both "cartridge" in that remote
  6. I was thinking the PTO input shaft goes different rpm between the two units? The old style had planetary in the back unit . I maybe wrong , have been plenty times before
  7. I don't have any experience with one but they are certainly unique. Not many around here for sure
  8. I wouldn't take the tanks off. There is a drain on the bottom that is probably going to drain as well as any other way. I would drain it off the bottom and add a good additive to deal with moisture removal Hopefully this chart is readable. Temperature dictates the PSI
  9. One of my landlords has a 3150 he inherited from the bachelor that gave him the farm. He wants to run a wood splitter off of it . He was saying that it has a coupler for the hydraulic plow reset on the back of the tractor. Way he is saying it might have been hooked up to that. Would this work like that? I haven't looked at it yet, kinda hoping for freezing weather as he has rattlesnakes there I forgot to say that he just got it fixed as it had a metal tube internally burst in the transmission. I am not sure if this is from him trying to run it incorrectly. I assume that tractor is closed center hydraulic
  10. Depending on what sludge is in the bottom it can be a while
  11. I am not familiar with the engine used but some of the (depending on the engine) possibilities are , bad Oring on a sleeve, cracked sleeve, cracked block pinhole in a sleeve, bad oil cooler . My guess is that a head gasket wouldn't cause you to lose all the coolant unless it's running but if ram low in coolant it can ruin the gasket and other stuff
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