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  1. Thanks for all the information. Tractor is on a retirement auction next month. (If it was a consignment I'm sure I would run). I'll have to talk to the owner and take it for a test drive and go from there. fwiw we do have a local AC dealer that has been here forever.
  2. I've been kind of passively looking for a boxcar magnum for my big square baler. Wife likes baling, but hates running the 6588. She doesn't like how it steers, how it shifts, and it is loud. I stumbled across a mid 90's Agco-Allis 9655 with around 4000 hrs. A little research shows that these tractors are powered by an IH 466 rebadged as a Detroit. Transmission is a Funk 18 speed powershift that is also in some White and New Holland tractors of that era. Looks to me like a poor man's magnum, but I might struggle to get by the fugly factor. Anybody have experience or opinions on these
  3. Simplest solution first would be dry or seized detent roller in the shift plate mechanism. Douse it down with lots of penetrating oil. I fought mine for a couple years, I'd pull the lever with one hand and hit it with the other to get it into reverse. At times when I would shift to park it would drag the high low linkage into high, so I'd be stuck in both park and high range at the same time. Started dismantling things expecting to have issues under the range cover, but after disconnecting the linkages it was obvious that all my problems were in the shifting plates. Got them lubed up good and
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  7. Works ok. Makes the tool a little more bulky. If you leave the battery in the tool it will drain the battery, don't ask me why.
  8. That's right, that model would have just the arrows. If the arrows are always telling you to go one way, switch the wires, then see if it always tells you to go the other way. If so you likely have a bad load sensor. (Or a broken wire). My 2150 moniter does have a bar graph which shows the load on each side.
  9. My first thought would be a failure of one of the plunger arm load sensors. Does the monitor show an equal load on both sides? If it shows all of the load on one side, swap the harness wires at the load sensors and see if it shows all of the load on the opposite side. If so, you would need to replace the bad plunger arm.
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  11. Next ran the steering supply flow test described in picture from last post. I couldn't get more than 500 psi regardless of how much I closed the load valve. Flow is from 10 to 12 gpm. With the load valve open, 500 psi. When I closed the load valve down psi stayed the same, flow dropped to 0 when it was completely closed, psi was still 500. While running this test with no pressure load on the system, the pressure at the relief valve port on the mcv was at 200 psi, and at the lube sending port was still zero. Forgot to mention previously that after my initial test of lube and ta press
  12. Next did the relief valve differential pressure test At 800 rpm the pressure went to 4200 psi which kinda scared me. Replaced the relief valve with one out of a 1066, ran the test again and got readings closer to what I expected. 2400 at the flowrater and about 280 at the supply hose.
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