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Moodnacreek

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  1. If you work a cub hard enough like spring plowing on a hot day you will need water with the plane cap otherwise it works ok.
  2. There is no gear box to put oil in, it just looks like one. There is a procedure to set up the crank bearings [ correct pre load] on these mowers. You need the I.H book and I.H. gage block to do this. I would not attempt to do it by feel myself. I found a copy of the book on e bay. I would say all the 100 series and up are about the same spec.
  3. That loosing the spark at high rpm has happened to me also. What makes it hard to understand is that the engine starts so easy and starting hard is usually the sign of bad spark.
  4. S.S., you are reading my mind quite well. And you have answered a few questions. The tractor is in camp 250 mi. from home and shop. I did not know that I could get to the tube that far back. I will have to drain, pull the pump and if I find nothing remove rear cover. The other thing to do is over fill but then everything leaks. I also thought about discarding the filter and cover and replacing it with a flat plate with steel tube going in O ring to pump like filter did. That would need the in line filter and 1" hose. That's kind of bulky and ugly. I can just see Me hitting a rock and breaking the elbow off the bottom. Thank You, Doug
  5. MMI, It howls loud and is a little short on flow. I can not run the 110 hyd. drive mower fast enough to get out of 1st. gear. I have not taken the pump out, only the filter on the other side where things look good. Where would I order that square seal? Thanks for the reply, Doug
  6. Apparently , as S.S. and others have suggested, I have a hyd. suction leak in the case pick up tube. I hate to admit this but I am temped to tap a 3/4 line into the filter cover, through an inline filter, with magnet, and into the case drain. Comments please.
  7. That's a nice outfit, not too big or too small and overall inexpensive. It can be made to run forever.
  8. That is one sharp looking IH truck. The right color also.
  9. Back in my grandfathers time we had no torches or air tools. Most everything got hammered first.
  10. If fuel will keep it running that pretty much rules out spark or timing. I would [maybe you have] run the throttle in one hand and the choke in the other and try to get it to run fast. What ever part of the carb runs high speed is suspect.
  11. Many people have taken their carburetors apart when the problem was in the gas tank at the inlet to the sediment bowl.
  12. Saw a guy put a big air wrench in the pto shaft of a jd 440.
  13. a little speck in the main jet will do that. On some carb's the main jet unscrews from the outside.
  14. I would tap into it with a hand pump or log splitter unit or what ever and see if the pump will motor and turn the diesel. Detroit diesel used to offer a hyd. starter on power units and I think there is a hand/hyd. kit made overseas but it would use your ring gear.
  15. The allen is in there to force the pin in deeper if needed by backing it out. It does nothing else. To rebuild that wobble box, other than the lower bearing you need the right bookand supposed to have the ih gage block.
  16. Never saw those before. Thanks td 5 for the post and photos. 20 years ago I had a machine shop do my log loader pins. They bored , in the shop, welded pipe in like you did, bored that to press in o.e.m. hard bushings and hard o.e.m. pins. Then hard shim washers and keep full of synthetic grease. A lot of work and money but it has lasted under hard use.
  17. What the **** is that 'line boring jig' on the angle head grinder? Glad to see you got the bull by the horns.
  18. Good thing it's an IH. If it was a john deere you would never fix it.
  19. Order parts and drill and pin and go break it again. Put real heavy grease in with new parts.
  20. And thanks Rainman, I put those numbers in my book.
  21. I have been buying from Mike@ Duffield. His parts are exceptional . Never herd of Ploworx, Thanks for the lead.
  22. Frank, thankyou very much. The books we got with plows leave out the plow bottom part numbers as there where so many options. And then after so many years there are so many plow bottom parts books I don't know what one to look for. Doug
  23. At one time it was the other way around.
  24. That thing has more levers that my old log loader or a back hoe. What could they be for?
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