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Big Steve

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  1. A 995 had a turbo charged Nuess 4cylinder in it.
  2. SnapOn makes a plastic rail for big wrenches red for smaller wrenches black for big ones.
  3. SnapOn makes a plastic rail for big wrenches red for smaller wrenches black for big ones.
  4. These brackets don't go on a 127 all you need is the sub frame.
  5. My machine was built September 22 1978 that make it an early 1979 production run.
  6. If you have a early 1460 the rear of the rotor fit over the rear of the drive and a new rotor will not fit with out changing the rear of the rotor cage and drive . I tore up the drive on my1460 the dealership I worked at had a slightly rock damaged specialty rotor tried to install it hit the rear of the cage so I just fixed the rear of the rotor.
  7. Corn picker side shields attaching bracket?
  8. I was able to get new seals at Nappa they were able to match them if your gear is not broken.
  9. Why do you have a filter on the pressure side of the pump?
  10. We had a 560d turning 75 horsepower pulled 4 14s most of the time in 3 gear but had 60 acres you got down to TA 2nd . So I think 4 14 s or 16s would be find
  11. Heat treated 759-3835 and 759-3811 Hard surfaced 759-3843 and 759-3850
  12. The problem I think is a signal line check valve on the tractor leaking . Had a hyd problem with a 240 on a planter and the problem was with the checks but can't remember the details of the issue way too many problems and Barley pops since then
  13. Close the concaves to 3,rotor at 300 ,fast spockets on cornhead and every other wire pulled on front concaves . Also put vanes in fast position the problem is that you are over thrashing the crop because you are keeping it in the rotor to long . With the concaves at 8 you are losing traction on the crop with it at 3 it will move faster through the rotor and the corn will get pushed Thu the concaves quicker and not get ground up.
  14. Change the letters around in Corona and it spells racoon!
  15. Item 12 is the venturi it has to fit tight you may have it in upside down. Is it plastic ? Plastic ones have a tendency to warped if the engine backfired.
  16. Your CASEIH dealer has good tools there made by Snap On there Blue Point line. I have all the major company's like Snap On, Mac, Matco,and Wright the Case IH seem to hold up as good as the expensive ones. Blue Point is Snap On's cheap line of tools and they are made overseas or re branded if it says SnapOn it is made by them in USA or one of there factories overseas. This come from my Snapon dealer.
  17. Your CASEIH dealer has good tools there made by Snap On there Blue Point line. I have all the major company's like Snap On, Mac, Matco,and Wright the Case IH seem to hold up as good as the expensive ones.
  18. I thought that a 1939 M had a slower 1st gear than later ones. I may be wrong should be able to check it out with part book.
  19. Put a spring on the spool to help pull it all the way up.
  20. Make sure that the TA spool is coming all the way up worn linkage between lever and spool problem use a spring to help pull spool all the way up .
  21. Check for a cracked or broken wheel hub.
  22. Part number 703-0401 should be all kinds of used ones out there.
  23. The crown in the road does have something to do with the right tire wearing more than the left. I've had customers that do a lot of road work hauling grain to the elevator complain that the right tire is wearing a lot faster than the left checked toe in was 1/8 toed in all spindle and wheel bearing good. I think the weight is pushing the tractor right because of the crown on the road. I also noticed that the right rear tire was wearing more than the left.
  24. All state ag has a red vinyl heat Houser to fit an 806 part number asap123044 for about $350
  25. Your local IH dealer should have a puller for those pins it was part of the specialty tools that came out with the 2+2
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