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  1. Not sure if there's been a post on this before or not.. Have a 656 that has had a small leak on the front end. It's not small anymore. The front axle looks soaked all the time.Thought it was something with the hydraulic cooler lines at first but it's coming from the front end itself (bolster?) where the power steering takes place. I have the front of the tractor tore apart right now. About to pull the front bolster out. I couldn't take the cylinder out with it on the tractor. Could it just be bad o-rings/seals inside of it? Would I be better off taking the front bolster somewhere like a case i
  2. Not a recent photo but this is where the leak is. I already have the front bolster off. Will take some pictures tomorrow and share them.
  3. Not sure if there's been a post on this before or not.. Have a 656 that has had a small leak on the front end. It's not small anymore. The front axle looks soaked all the time.Thought it was something with the hydraulic cooler lines at first but it's coming from the front end itself (bolster?) where the power steering takes place. I have the front of the tractor tore apart right now. About to pull the front bolster out. I couldn't take the cylinder out with it on the tractor. Could it just be bad o-rings/seals inside of it? Would I be better off taking the front bolster somewhere like a case i
  4. Will for sure give that a good cleaning. It has 7,XXX hours on it. It's had a pretty nice paint job done to it. PTO has been replaced. It broke on the guy while bushhogging so he had the PTO replaced by his dealer. Injection pump already been gone through by a shop as well. It's missing one of the side rearview mirrors. Does anyone know where I can get one? It's the left-hand side if you're sitting on the tractor. Looks like it just screws on. Excited for hay season to roll around and start using it!
  5. Is there something for the alert circuit inside the tractor to make sure is connected or will it all be underneath the cab? I'll have to check on the serial number again. If I remember correctly it's a 1991 model
  6. Here she is. Seems to be a clean unit. Guess we’ll find out more about this spring and summer in the field. It does need a park brake as it’s been adjusted all the way. Found a discussion on how to do it on 2wd so we’ll see how that goes. Couple questions on it though. I’m changing out all the filters and fluids. To take out the air filter does the hood have to come off?? It looks like where the hinge is for the hood it’s in the way for me to pull it out... This is probably a really dumb question but...I’ve looked ALL over this dang thing and can’t find the dipstick for the hydraulic
  7. Thanks again everyone for the replies. Thought I’d update y’all that I pulled the trigger on a 2wd 5130 w/ the synchro
  8. How difficult is it to add a loader with a joystick to a 5130? Am I going to have to cut into the floorboard of the cab......? Is a 510/520 loader the best route?
  9. Thanks for all the replies! I found a 2wd that looks to be in really good shape. Going to call about it. It's a little too far to just hop in the truck and go look at it. It's the synchro transmission and not power shift though... what's everyone's thoughts on powershift versus synchro? I like the idea of powershift but don't know much about the synchro transmission at all? Are they easier or harder to maintain (more wear etc.)? I'd assume the synchro transmission is probably why it's a few thousand cheaper than the powershifts I've seen along with it being 2wd and no loader. I'll p
  10. Looking at a 5130 mfwd with a front end loader w/cab. What is considered high hours on these? I've seen a couple for sale with 8,000+ hours on them and some with 6-7000 hours. What are some things to watch out for when looking at them? This would be mainly for mowing and baling hay along with feeding in the winter. Any suggestions on other models or series to look at would be appreciated (looking in the 75-100 hp range and 4wd isn't necessary). Thanks for the info!
  11. I have an IH 666 that had an auxiliary valve leaking pretty bad. I replaced all the o-rings inside and the piston with the tiny o-ring. When I put it back together and put it in the tractor I can get it to go forward and backwards but once I screw on the cap the lever will not go into the back position, only forward. What am I doing wrong??? When you put the actuator and the sleeve together what position should the sleeve be on the actuator? Thinking maybe I m having an issue with that as when I take it back apart the sleeve is no longer in position. Thanks.
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