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  1. I have a 1066 on an EZ flow 450 grain cart. This is the first time I have used this cart tractor combination. We had to fix a leak in the cart gate cylinder when we were testing everything empty. Then we went to the field and but a couple loads in the cart about 200 bushels. I tried to start the auger to unload it and it killed the tractor. I then noticed the gate was still wide open. Now the auger is slugged full of beans and while trying to get it un slugged the PTO now slips. It looks like I will be rebuilding the PTO and unloading the cart under the bin auger so I can unplug the cart auger. Now that I have admitted to being a dumba$$ and messing up my PTO here is my question. I assume that when I get everything fixed and the cart emptied and unplugged I can refill the cart with the auger gate CLOSED, then start the auger and slowly open the gate until the grain flows at a rate that the tractor can handle comfortably.
  2. Here is where I capped the lines
  3. I want to follow up on this topic. I have removed the old seat and all hardware. Used about 3 cans of degreaser to get the floor cleaned as well as scraping up the thick gunk with a putty knife. Yes that seat hardware is heavy!! I pulled the floor plate, removed the hydraulic hoses and capped the lines coming out of the top transmission. 1/2" (I think) JIC #6 cap. Also you need to cap the little 1/8 rubber hose that allows the oil to seep back from the top of the original seat cylinder. I just screwed a bolt into it and put a hose clamp on it under the cab. I have ordered a K&M 1004 mechanical suspension fabric seat for about $900.00. I will post an update when it comes in and I get it installed.
  4. I would like to hear from anyone that has put a K&M air ride suspension seat in their 5*88 series tractors to replace the leaking hydraulic seat. How did you cap the hydraulic lines? Which model seat did you use? did you have to do any modifications to get it to bolt up? Was it worth the $1200? Thanks in advance
  5. I have an early 706 with the 282D engine. I am curious how close mine is to the first 706D produced? and what does the S-Y stand for?
  6. I put one on my 1066 did not get the roof liner. filled the posts with sand and thought that would help with the noise. I was still Tinny sounding and vibrated. went back and got the headliner and it is nice and quiet now.
  7. I agree watching the guys plowing at the 2019 HCOP (dry hard ground) those tractors were struggling. I want to be able to pull easy in any conditions and not damage a 50+ year old tractor
  8. how would 9.5-15 fronts look instead of the 7.00-16?? any opinions on plow size??
  9. I have a real nice barn find 1963 706D with 2800 hours working tach. I want to show this tractor off but want to be careful not to blow the head gasket. It has a 2 pt hitch and I would like to plow with it. I am thinking a 540 plow either 4-14 or 3-16 would be a good match. I never use ether on it. I put new glow plugs in it and it starts perfectly. It currently has 16.9-38 back tires on it that need replaced. Tractor data says it should have 15.5-38 on it. which would be best for a show and plowing demonstration tractor?
  10. I just picked up a 963 corn head that has not been updated. Early IH (no case). What all do I need to do to update it to the 1063 specs??
  11. What are the axle sizes for the 5088, 5288, 5488? trying to figure out which dual hubs will work.
  12. I would like to get a good later model IH tractor with a good cab for my small farm operation. I would like to to be able to do tillage and planting operations. Small Glencoe chisel plow in the fall and 12 row planter in the spring. I know that the 88 series have had issues with a sentry module located under the steering wheel console. I know the engines are rock solid but the transmission rear end worry me. What should I be on the look out for on these tractors. Seems like the cabs on the 88 series hold up a little better than the 86 series cabs.
  13. I have an 820 grain head that the right side of my cutter bar is stuck about 6 inches higher than the rest of the bar. What could be holding it up and not allowing it to float like it should??
  14. Getting ready to tackle the hydraulic leak that drips from under the operators platform onto the front left drive tire. It appears to be coming from the header lift valve. What all does it take to rebuild these and make them stop leaking?
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