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  1. I had the same problem on my 2188. I believe it was the switch at the auger elbow. It was out of position. The auger won't engage if it's folded back.
  2. My neighbor has the same tractor with that transmission. He mentioned if he throttled it up to 1500 the transmission pressures were higher and the tranny shifted fine! Especially when cold
  3. I attached a pic of the puck i got made for removing the 4.4 and 4.5" sleeves. The threaded rod alone couldn't pull them out. Had to heat some.
  4. I installed 335 pistons and liners into a 350 block. The 335 block spun a bearing. Some were really tough to remove. Installation was easier.
  5. I purchased a 2000 IH tandem manure spreader truck last spring. Has the 530 IH engine with a 6 speed automatic transmission. Not sure of the transmission brand. Seems to pull well and will even spin the floatation tires in a mucky corral. Really hope the tranny lasts, probably expensive to repair! I would have been reluctant to get an older automatic grain truck too. Not anymore if it runs like this one!
  6. If I recall correctly, the hydro pump doesn't need to be removed completely. I believe you can work the belt thru after sliding over the hydro splined adapter. On my 2188 the splined coupler that drives the hydro stripped. It's greasable but tough to get at. Check for slack in that coupler, when it gets too worn you need to replace the hydro shaft as well!
  7. Could someone please clarify the difference with these injectors? I assembled a TD9 engine using parts from 2 different engines. Both used the IH injection pump. However i used the injectors from the different engine and they look like the yellow ones! I did have the engine running on a stand, haven't installed yet. Will the engine function properly? Any advice is appreciated!
  8. I had a McCormick MC 120 with a Perkins, was easy on fuel similar to the 5.9 in the MX. After losing the MC to fire i purchased a mtx 135. The 135 is definitely torqier. Steering arms were in stock at Case IH dealer. And half price! The MTX has that 6.7. I thought the MC indicated a Perkins engine.
  9. I had a McCormick MC 120 with a Perkins, was easy on fuel similar to the 5.9 in the MX. After losing the MC to fire i purchased a mtx 135. The 135 is definitely torqier. Steering arms were in stock at Case IH dealer. And half price!
  10. Thanks for the responses. Thought I might use one for the 3 pt hitch cyl if I ever install it.
  11. I purchased a McCormick Super M this summer. Seems to run fine. PTO works good. Haven't tried hydraulics yet as the couplers are different than anything I've seen previously. They are threaded with a flat valve piece in the middle. I will attempt to attach a picture. Are the opposite couplers still available?
  12. Hi. I've worked some on my 2090 Case transmission. One possible cause could be the range shift rails are in 2 gears at the same time. I had a broken pin on a range shift fork, leaving first gear engaged. When another gear is selected either the clutch slips or something breaks, if you don't realize immediately. You can access the range shift rails on the RH side plate. Not saying it's this, just a possibility. Dave
  13. Enjoy the weather, wherever you guys are. Last 5 days we've had -40 to -50C windchills. Warmed up to -30 now but have 30km winds. No shortage of fresh air. Having issues keeping the cattle waterers open, WITH electric heat! I think I need this so I don't complain about +30 in June,!
  14. Hey, I hope you're not low on coolant. Or getting bubbles/ compression into the coolant. I've seen guages act erratically when there's air pockets. Loose electrical connection could also cause this. Enjoy the troubleshooting!
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