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  1. 9.5x15 tri ribs on front, leave the 18.4x34 on the back. I set mine up that way last year and has worked well so far. JMO
  2. Thank you both for your replies. I will see if I can find the stuff I need and get it fixed.
  3. What is the best sealant used to apply to these tubes when Im ready to reinstall them?
  4. Thank you both MinnesotaFarmall and Nebraska1206. I assume that the injector sleeve tool is not available other than finding a dealer that has one (and then let a guy borrow/rent it)?
  5. Today I finished up removing the injection pump and injectors from the 806 due to the injection pump leaking. I have a few questions, and I apologize in advance if these have been answered before. As I was pulling out the injectors, the brass sleeve came out with three out of the six injectors. What is the best way to install new sleeves? Should I be worried about the other ones leaking? I had to destroy the sleeves to get them off the injectors to be sent to the shop. I had the coolant drained and was as ready as I could be for it to happen, I was just hoping it wouldnt happen! The reason for pulling injectors was to do them along with the pump. I just thought that would be the right thing to do since we have never done them or the pump since weve owned it. Also, this tractor has an M&W turbo installed and when I was ready to pull the pump, the timing was set at 6 degrees BTDC. I see the book calls for 8 degrees BTDC. Was there any advantage to running it at 6 degrees? Tractor ran decent but has always started hard, just assumed it was either from the leaking pump or just an engine that has 6600 hours. Any advice, or tips or experience is appreciated. Pump, injectors and lines are going to BK diesel in Dubuque, IA. Thank you.
  6. Then the dash would be grey. I've read that they switched in mid 1960 and I believe I read that from Bermuda Ken here on the forum.
  7. Late 60 series panels were painted black, I believe after 1960 or 61.
  8. That's pretty neat If you still have all the stuff that it was mounted to. I have a pretty good old 430 here. Just wouldn't mind having a spare in the shed. But, unfortunately that's too far for me. Lol
  9. Dang, wish I was closer. I'd take you up on your 46. I'm in eastern iowa. A little far for me to pull it.
  10. I see the sand trap rake in the background. Very cool. Saw that at Red Power in Des Moines a few years back.
  11. Try holding the key switch in the "start" position and wiggling the pto switch. Often times on Quietlines the pto switch will be just barely engaged and it will act as if you have a dead battery or a bad neutral start safety switch. Have had several here that have done this. Just a thought. If that works, replace the pto switch.
  12. Dad's '65 1206 is 7771 and it has the decal on it. Had it before we painted it. So yes, I'd agree with Red 56 Turbo. Definitely a decal model number.
  13. Here are some pictures. It's pretty rough but you can still read the tag.
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