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About Nyjim

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  1. Radiator removal Case IH 5230

    Been awhile but as I recall doing a 5240 more than once not a bad job. Pretty straight forward. C
  2. Ih 674 hydraulic pribem

    Mine was like that when I first got it. Put a pump out of a burnt 685 in it and it made a world of difference. There are different gpm pumps available.....
  3. 3688 ?

    Had one and had a love hate relationship with it. Loved driving it it was a very handy size for haying and planting. But I hated working on it and that never seemed to stop. The pfc hydraulic is a weak point. They are very prone to breaking the input shaft on the pump. And a discbine or forage blower are two things that can cause it to break along with a square baler. Old IH mechanic warned to avoid using it on these jobs and he was right.....
  4. Windbreaker window?

    X2 on femco. Just ordered a complete set for a new old stock windbreaker I came across. They offer replacements for front section.
  5. 1086 transmission trouble

    The brakes themselves could be sticking Pull up on the pedals and if that cures it lube the pedal valve mechanism. Should do that anyway.
  6. 474 parking brake

    A baseball bat to alert to steering wheel holder when they drive off without releasing the parking brake would be a good addition.
  7. super mta gas head question

    I doubt 8574 heads were made as replacements in 59. The 450 head would have been made for replacements by then.
  8. IH air cleaner for 826

    Those weights look Massey 42 lbs each
  9. Convincing dad not to switch oil!

    I wouldn’t do it. An $80 bucket of oil is cheaper that a $15k transmission job. Seriously. TSC oil is the pits. I won’t run that crap in my 560.turns milky almost immediately DONT DO IT!!!!!
  10. Another simple 986 question

    No matter what the problem is it’s going to require removing the starter. Not a fun job which will cause engineers ears to ring...... especially when reinstalling it. I would have the starter completely rebuilt to avoid having to repeat this fun job. Best to get it fixed before you mess up the ring gear.
  11. 06 Thru 86 Series Engines

    The 66 and later series used the 400 series engine with wet sleeves and are much more shade tree mechanic friendly. As long as one of the bigger models like 966-986 up. I have no experience with the smaller models 666-786 886. The 88s used these same engines. The 06-56 used a dry sleeve design with very close tolerances and are not amature friendly. But the cool factor is very high on them.
  12. 3594 value

    Scraps worth about a buckle a pound here
  13. Had a 3688 with the closed center pump that like to break the pump shaft. Happened 3 times as I recall once on square baler, silage blower and discbine. So it was nothing special about a 2+2 being prone to that. Had a love hate relationship with that tractor loved driving it but hated working on it.
  14. 826D inj. pump parts availability question.

    Deere used a roosa on their 329-359 engines.... and they were mounted on the left side. I have no knowledge of whether they can be made to work but just throwing the thought out there......
  15. 706D....310 or 282 engine?

    I have a 560 and a 706 both with the 282 and I think the 560 is better on fuel due to the fact that rated pto speed is 1800 on the 560 and 2200 on the 706. Did some round baling with the 706 and was kind of surprised at how much fuel it burned. If not doing pto work I think consumption may be similar.