Rg5615

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About Rg5615

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    Honea Path, South Carolina

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  1. U6 power unit

    238hp I believe but without a variable speed governor like the power units have, doesnt do a bit of good. Engine is in a truck and looses rpms terrible and wont pick back up fast enough to cut properly.
  2. U6 power unit

    I was using the 671 just because thats what I had on hand. I feel like I dont really need that much power but was just wondering if the U6 would be sufficient.
  3. U6 power unit

    I've got a 48" blade with new carbide teeth that runs at 600 rpm. 25'' sheave on the arbor shaft. I've been running it with a 671 in an old truck but its blowing oil out the exhaust and Im gonna pull it out of the way and put something in its place.
  4. U6 power unit

    I got an opportunity to purchase a U6 power unit for my old circle sawmill. I've got an old M farmall that I've bushogged with for years, I know their the same engine. Can anybody tell me how well this engine would power my mill. I dont use it for production, just mainly on the weekends.
  5. 826 Serial Number Registry

    S/N 15460 18.4 x 34 rears and 9.5-15 fronts. Gear drive with German 358. Bought off farm in Saluda, SC and still working here at my farm in upstate SC.
  6. front weights

    The serial number on those weights is 371202R1
  7. front weights

    Yes thats them in the picture. serial number of my tractor is 2510148U015460. I'll get the serial number off the weights this evening.
  8. front weights

    Hey everybody, I have an 826 that came with the 3 front weights that bolt onto the front rather than the typical suitcase weights. Were these kinda rare? haven't seen any online. They do have an International part number stamped in them. I'll try to post a picture tomorrow.
  9. Tach cable

    No wonder I was stumped. All I got in that spot is a plug sticking out about 1 inch. No where to connect the cable. Where can I find the fitting in the picture (14)?
  10. Tach cable

    That would be great. Thanks
  11. Tach cable

    I have an 826 with the d358 German engine. When I brought it home I noticed the tach cable is disconnected from the engine. Can someone post a pic of where this cable connects. Thanks
  12. 826

    Got back on the tractor last night and it wasn't as hesitate to move. Moved the TA lever 3 to 4 times before it moved. Always on the low side.
  13. 826

    Could it possibly be a problem with the mcv? This is the first time this tractor has been used in 8 years, it's sat out of the weather under a shed. I replaced the o ring on the TA selector valve due to it being dried out and leaking. Seems like my problem started after that.
  14. 826

    I just cut a few acres with it. Here's what I ended up having to do. I put the tractor in 2nd gear, high range on the shifter. Let the clutch out and there's nothing. I fueled the engine up and worked the TA lever back and forth. It finally grabbed and locked in and moved, never slipped the first time. Stopped for a water break, got back on and same thing. I got it to go, but had to do the same procedure. After about the 10th time, it went with the TA in low. It grabbed like a power shift on a cat dozer. With this said, is there anything I can do besides a split right now.
  15. 826

    Yes everything else works on the tractor. The previous day I drove it to where it's sitting and parked it. Now out of the blue, it won't move. Update.... Got the tractor to move in high range. Drove it around the field and shifted to low and it worked.I bled the 5/8 plug on mcv before it moved the first time. I stopped it for a second and had a hard time getting it to move again.