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  1. Bad cables. I swapped them this morning and away she went.
  2. The safety switch is bypassed. It won’t start when I do the screw driver truck directly on the starter either.
  3. My 1586 will not crank. I had the starter checked at an automotive electrical shop and it tested fine but when I put it on the tractor it doesn’t do a thing. There’s a bunch of extra wiring from a previous owner that I have no clue what it does. Could there be a ground somewhere that would stop the starter from turning over?
  4. Tach has been dead on our 1086 for years (dad never felt like replacing it) but now with running a PTO driven air planter I'd really like to try and fix it. To save myself a little guess work were does the tachometer cable drive end tap in at and how hard is it to pull the tachometer out of the dash?
  5. Tach has been dead on our 1086 for years (dad never felt like replacing it) but now with running a PTO driven air planter I'd really like to try and fix it. To save myself a little guess work were does the tachometer cable drive end tap in at and how hard is it to pull the tachometer out of the dash?
  6. He bought it at an auction, they said he basically just used it for seed wagons and spreading fertilizer so it wasn't run hard but he never mentioned it being a special tractor to his daughters or wife. He had two 1586's and kept a four wheel drive around so it wasn't his biggest tractor but still seems like a lot of horse power for what he did with it. Thankfully he didn't run it into the ground though so it should be around forever now.
  7. I thought higher until I looked at it. The family doesn’t think he knew it was number one so he used it. It was well cared for but could use paint and a little cab work to be in mint condition.
  8. It was just a little rough. The 1586’s always go low it seems. Nobody likes the three speed transmission. I bought one last spring for $6000. Guys liked to turn them up to and that would eat the TA, I think that’s scared guys off from them at auctions or private sellers.
  9. Saw it sell today. $31,500 was the winning bid and it was bought onsite. 13 Red tractors in all were there. Guy wasn’t really a collector either. He just liked to buy red.
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