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farmerole

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About farmerole

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  • Birthday 03/08/1951

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    IH stuff and history, sports of all kinds, grandkids.

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  1. Had one put in our 1086. The mdta went out in 25 hours. Put another in and never had another problem in 4000 hrs before it went down the road. Dealer said it was a manufacturing flaw.
  2. I simply adjusted the peddle height according to the OM like I've done many times before. That's why I think something just isn't right. When the clutch was worn out before it would slip. Doesn't do that now.
  3. I lengthened the adjusting rod to compensate for the travel of the fingers and lets me shift without grinding. Clutch peddle is now uncomfortably high. Suspect the clutch pads are worn down or something else not right. Any other thoughts out there?
  4. I lengthened the adjusting rod to compensate for the travel of the fingers and lets me shift without grinding. Clutch peddle is now uncomfortably high. Suspect the clutch pads are worn down or something else not right. Any other thoughts out there?
  5. Got way more than 3/8" on finger travel. Figuring how to adjust that.
  6. Have an '85 IH 784 with a self adjusting clutch. All I've ever had to do was adjust the peddle height. The clutch is still tight but with the peddle height set at specs, it won't disengage. Is getting worse even with the peddle height increased. Has a greaseless throw out bearing. I'm stumped. Any thoughts would be appreciated. This is the third clutch and doesn't have many hours of work on it...like I said...it does not slip. Help!
  7. Will do...thanks.
  8. What'sthe proper way to adjust the high idle no load speed on the 8940?
  9. Saw this on a sign outside a Family Service Agency office..." What one allows, will continue".
  10. My son works at major hospital in Chicago as a critical care RN...on the front lines. He says the common threads in severe or fatal cases are obesity, heart disease, compromised immune systems, and any other chronic health issues. He only sees the worst cases but he says they're learning a lot regarding treatments...what works and doesn't. The hospital built a new addition 15 years ago specifically for pandemics. This the first time they've put the system to the test and it's now working well. No one or country was prepared for this disease...learning on the fly for all.
  11. If you still have rubber covers on the female hookups, the rubber may be stretched enough to keep the tip from seating. Happened on my 54 and 5088. Took a pocket knife and trimmed up...no problem after that.
  12. What should the psi be on the shifting accumulators be on a 8940?
  13. What should the psi be on the shifting accumulators be on a 8940?
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