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About IHSteve

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  • Birthday 04/21/1998

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    Ontario
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    IH Tractors and Equipment, Hunting, Fishing, Plant Biology, Forestry, Forest Ecology, Natural Science, and Conservation.

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  1. Hey All! I own an IH 1964 British Built B414 gas utility tractor, Im looking to do a complete fluid change across the board including Gear oil, hydraulic fluid, engine Oil and Rad. Im wanting to make sure i use the right products available in this day and age. This particular model has separate reservoirs for both gear oil and hydraulics, from what I understand is to use 80-90W for the gear oil and hytran for the hydraulics. This being said, would the generic CaseIH gear oil be sufficient? along with the Hytran Ultraction? (Photos attached) If someone could also provide me wi
  2. Hey All! I own a, IH 1964 British Built B414 gas utility tractor, Im looking to do a complete fluid change across the board including Gear oil, hydraulic fluid, engine Oil and Rad. Im wanting to make sure i use the right products available in this day and age. This particular model has separate reservoirs for both gear oil and hydraulics, from what I understand is to use 80-90W for the gear oil and hytran for the hydraulics. This being said, would the generic CaseIH gear oil be sufficient? along with the Hytran Ultraction? (Photos attached) If someone could also provide me with a engine
  3. Thanks for all of your suggestion everyone!! Much appreciated!!
  4. Hey folks, Ive got a couple spots of rust on my b414 id like to remove and repaint, however I’d like to resist the temptation of sandblasting since it’s an older body. Any recommendations for a rust remover/converter to use in restoring this beast?
  5. Hey folks! Looking to give my b414 a bath once the warm hits! Any recommendations of good degreasers to use? thanks Steve
  6. Thought yous owning b414s might find this interesting. Dug this gem out of my grandfathers old manuals. Would this brochure hold any value at all?
  7. This is great thank you! The corks do currently leak oil, is this also normal?
  8. Interesting I’m really surprised, so IH used cork as a plug? This is a 1964, would they still have done this on this particular model year?
  9. Hey guys! I have inherited my grandfathers old gas British built b414. After doing a walk around I noticed this group of 3 holes plugged with cork (grandfather was a marine engineer and always tried to fix everything with only what he had). Within my picture I have attached, can someone please tell me what these holes drain and where one can acquire the proper plugs?
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