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  1. Is the new Milwaukee stuff as good as the old ?
  2. My 1/2 Milwaukee drill is on its last legs. What are the best 1/2 drills that you can get for around $100 or less ? Thanks, Jesse
  3. Where is the best place to get a new cab solenoid for a 1066 with a deluxe cab ? The last one was from CaseIH and only lasted about 5 years. Thanks
  4. Thanks for the help. I am going to see where I can get some of the 3M scotchlok's.
  5. Where can you buy these ?
  6. Yes, 1 hot wire going out to 2 lights.
  7. What is the best way to connect wires together when you have 3 wires to hook together for lights on a tractor ? Thank you, Jesse
  8. Sorry to hear. prayers sent.
  9. I bought a spin on filter adapter for a 560 on an auction online. When I got the adapter I realized that the threaded bushing that goes into the filter base on the 560 is missing. I looked and it is no longer available from CaseIH. Does anyone know where I could get the bushing without having to buy the whole kit ? The part number is 538969R1 Thanks, Jesse
  10. I just noticed when I went to pull the heater core out of my Hiniker cab, that there is a piece of tin that is slotted that says outside air and if you slide it the other way it says inside air. When you slide it to outside air, the slots in front of the heater core also open up. Does it need to be slide to outside air for the heater to work ? Otherwise it looks like the heater core wouldn't get any air. Thanks, Jesse
  11. Thanks Rick, I was wondering if I could still get new filters. Now I have a place to start looking.
  12. Thanks for all of the replies. You have given me a lot of good ideas. I think that I might not be getting enough air flowing thru the heater core. This system pulls air thru, so it could be pulling air from somewhere else if the heater core is plugged. I think I should pull the heater core out and clean it both inside and out. I should also double check the air filter and make sure that the hoses don't have a kink in somewhere restricting the coolant flow. What is the best way to make sure that I don't have air in the system when I hook everything back up ? Do I need to try and bleed air off some how ? Thanks again, Jesse
  13. I put a new temperature valve in when I hooked it up. I also put 2 new valves in the line and have them open.
  14. I put a Hiniker cab on a 1066 a year ago. When I hooked up the heater hose I looked at my other 1066 with a deluxe cab and hooked them up to the engine in the same spots. The problem is that I can't get any heat in the cab. The hose taking the coolant into the cab gets hot and the hose coming out of the cab gets hot. I ran water thru the heater core with a garden hose before I hooked the hoses up and the water seemed to flow thru good. Any suggestions ? Thanks, Jesse
  15. I think that a Hesston stack was tighter than those bales. They were just a loose rolled mess.
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