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  1. I had a John Deere one time had a bad fuel injector that made the motor sound for all the world like it had a rod knocking. might pay to crack all the fuel lines one at a time to see if it quits knocking before you pull it all apart. just a thought. good luck
  2. Which one made the noise? did the one with cast wheels slip on the rim and make the noise?
  3. Electric vehicle charging station?
  4. 65806

    Simple question

    Where’s my money?
  5. 65806

    Loadstar newbie

    They made a lighter duty 13 speed that was available in an 1850 loadstar. Almost never see one.
  6. You learn the coolest stuff on this site.
  7. Does it have an electric solenoid screwed in the bottom of float bowl? I looks like the part that plugs off the jet if the low oil pressure solenoid trips.
  8. 65806


    I hauled water to drilling rigs in the late 80’s with an autocar. it had thick steel tread plate fenders and butterfly hood. 350 cummins, 13 speed, Hendrickson pad rear suspension. drove it through the worst road conditions imaginable and I never broke anything. tough old truck.
  9. Be careful if you still have your cultivator hooked up. Be best if it creeps down overnight to just unhook it while your figuring out the problem. they can go up or down fast without any warning.
  10. The 806 frame is too long to mount the F11 the way it’s designed to mount to the rear axles. You will need to fab up something to move the loader a good foot forward or it will hit the front of the tractor.
  11. I think they have that extended hood so that there wasn’t so much engine pushed back in to the cab. My 1970 fleet star with a cummins had a big doghouse in the cab. Took up a lot of room. that grill looks to me to be the same as a pay star.
  12. Here is a picture of an accessory drive on a V470 in a versatile 145. not sure if that would give you enough room or if that part could be found for a decent price.
  13. Those gauge circuit boards had issues with solder failing. I’ve had good luck pulling the gauge cluster out, taking the circuit board off and resoldering it. if you look really close at every solder joint on the back of the board you will see one or two pins that look black or have cracked solder. Just hit them with a solder gun and a little bit of new solder. I’ve probably done about 20 like this with good results. good luck
  14. I like Having those Extensions on. Makes it way easier to get off and on the tractor
  15. Most electric tachs have a, power wire, ground wire, and a sensing wire to the negative post on the coil. you might not have 12volt power to your dash causing all your gauge issues.
  16. Thanks for the replies. The dogs name is Pokie. She’s a sweetheart. Whenever I start up anything loud, car, tractor or whatever she runs the 1/4 mile to my house. She a real gear head. The car is a 70 that I bought in 1980. It’s got a narrowed rear end and a 426 hemi with an 8-71 blower. Goes like **** in a strait line, good around corners? not so much.
  17. You guys are overlooking the true craftsmanship that went into the exhaust fabrication so it can pass local emissions test.
  18. Hard to see but should be stamped into the end of the splined shaft in two places and one arrow or dot on the arm. clean it good with a wire wheel on a grinder if you have one. They are not stamped very deep but usually you can see them.
  19. Accumulator. Works just like the pressure tank on you house well.
  20. They make cheap wheel spacers also that might give you enough clearance.
  21. I bought an aftermarket set and ended up throwing them away then I bought a set from CIH and they fit perfectly. Came black so they needed paint and were waaaay too much money but by the time I gave up on the aftermarket ones I was so mad I didn’t care.
  22. The shaft should have two marks on it. One is stamped with a 2 and the other a 3. Line up the mark on your arms with the 3 and you will be good. Looks in the picture like it’s not correct judging by arm angle
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