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  1. 656 pto slippage

    Ok thanks for the input, I at least have a direction to go towards now.
  2. 656 pto slippage

    Haven't checked it at all. Just got the tractor going this spring and had to get haying done. Where to you check the psi and what is the psi suppose to be?
  3. 656 pto slippage

    I have a question on how to tell if your pto is slipping. When I was using it this summer for haying I was running a pivot tongue, square baler, and bale wagon with it. I noticed when I was cutting a alfalfa field that it didn't seem like it was running the pivot tongue like it should, I plugged up a few times with it and when I would clean it out and turn on the pto to finish cleaning the head out the pto would turn but sounded like it was ratcheting. I also had a similar experience when running my square baler, I got into some very heavy hay and plugged up as well, the pto did the same thing, I never had any issues with the bale wagon due to not much load on the pto. One of the reasons I'm wondering if the pto is slipping is later on in the summer I fixed my 4020 and used it on the pivot tongue and square baler to see if there was a difference, what I found and I know the 4020 is more hp than the 656 was I was cutting faster and didn't have any issues with the pto on the 4020. So is the ratcheting that I was seeing and hearing on the 656 normal? Or do I need to plan on rebuilding the pto on this tractor?
  4. Red tractor and a green corn chopper

    No it shouldn't, farmer that I worked for in high school had the same set up and we chopped haylage and silage with no problem.
  5. Baling rotary straw with an 8460

    I have baled with a Hesston 565A which is basically the same machine. I had the same issue that you described and what I found that works the best is to get a little dew on it and it will make nice bales and will not plug up. Hope this helps.
  6. D301 injector pre combustion chambers

    Book says hole in the precup should be between 5 to 7 o'clock orientation. I put mine in my D282 at 6 o'clock orientation and starts just fine.
  7. 282/301 head differences

    Had a head done for a 656 a couple of years ago, you can only get the larger valves for them now.
  8. Hesston 565A Twine adjustment

    It is a clean cut when it cuts. Thanks for the info I'll take a look and see what I can come up with
  9. Hesston 565A Twine adjustment

    I have an issue with my 565A Hesston with the twine being delayed on the cutting it while it is tying the bale. All the rest of the tying cycle is correct except when it comes to the right side just before it is to be cut, so I end up with more wraps of twine on the right side than is needed. Since this is the same baler as a Case IH 8465 I was wondering if anyone has run into this issue and how to fix it.
  10. 560 Diesel overhaul

    It was a 656 but yes that is me. Went through that 282 more than I wanted but learned a lot about it.
  11. 560 Diesel overhaul

    I'm not sure how your pump is set up with your engine. If it is like the ones in the 656's there is two styles of pumps from what I have found out, the early ones had a advance on the timing gear and the later model engines the advance was in the pump. To me it almost sounds like your pump is not advancing and that could be why you are blowing so much smoke. Not sure if this helps or not.
  12. 656 oil filter adaptor

    I got mine from the local Case IH, at that time they were around $150 if I remember right.
  13. Heisler 9 Speed Manual, Farmall M

    Would you be willing to send me info on them as well. I have one in a Farmall M as well but have no info on them.
  14. Farmall 560 Diesel

    Just had a head rebuilt for my 656. When I got the new valves for it they only offer the larger valves for these engines now.
  15. Snowman got that 282 running?

    Ended up finding that the crank was out of a 236 and that the throw is different on them vs a 282. I got a crank from a 282 and had it polished and put it in after of course taking it pretty much all the way back down to nothing. Put it in the tractor and got my fuel system bled out and it fired right up, it is smoking a little bit but that is probably from the fuel that had been in there from before while I had the wrong crank in it. The longer it ran the cleaner it was running though, I don't want to run it too much though right now until I can get it on a dyno and get it broke in correctly.