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  1. some thing else that matters is what size cylinder did they use when replacing the original?
  2. There are two different lifters listed in the later books but they interchange with each other so its a waste of time . the 1947 version of the H parts book lists on part number lifter and one part number push rod for all 3 versions of engine the difference is strictly in the valves needed in each head,
  3. that is s very true but his problem is the valves are too long or the seats are way too deep so the levers hit the breather tube no amount of adjusting will change that because the tube is on the valve side of the pivot shaft getting valve lash would only make the lever higher on that side
  4. If you put the valves in from the higher compression head into the low compression head you will have just that problem because the high compression head takes longer valves, the only repair needed is the correct valves.
  5. My 815 engine is stamped D407F I will have to look at my payloader later.
  6. a 450 grille is all white and held in by 4 bolts
  7. If you have the narrow front bolster it matters because the return from the bolster lube should be on the return of the cooler back to the mcv as it reduces slightly the pressure in the system and reduces the probability of the steering shaft leaking especially in cold weather. On wide front bolster tractors I use the hot in the top cold out the bottom theory.
  8. It took farmers a lot longer to figure it out around here ! That cab was just too high priced of an option at the time of the 403s etc . When the 715s came out we never orderd one without a cab and quite a few 101s ,303s and 403s got aftermarket cabs.
  9. That starter will work on a 656-h70 depending on the tooth count. I have no Idea why the IH engineers messed around with the starters so much on the mid frame tractors the problems really surfaced with the 310 engine. when they went to the 310 in the large frame tractor they had no problems . I always recommend my customers stay away from off the shelf rebuilts because of the number of times I was asked to straighten out the mess because the core was already sent back. As far as using that starter on a D358 I know of no application that uses that small of diameter drive with a larger drive it would fit a large frame tractor a 706D either version 756D or an 826D
  10. The valve they sent you wasused on some industial applications where the handle fastened to the rod with rod or a dogbone / chain link looking part. Not all that uncommon on yellow IH equip.
  11. are you sure it has one?
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  13. What shaft are you referring to? The control lever shaft in the valve body has an o -ring on it to seal it
  14. 376374r91 is the short smaller diameter filter used on a farmall A through504 and H through 350 , The correct filter is 375376r91 it fits the MD through 650 diesel some early Ms and the gas w9 through 650 the 376375R91 fits just about any thing not mentioned in letter series plus a few early As , B s, and Hs
  15. R190

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    Is the pulley mounted to a right angle box or right behind the clutch and is it v belt or a for a flat belt? is the clutch over center or conventional? is the grill a screen or have bars like the tractors of that era? Those are all variables one would have to know to guess the application and how rare it is.
  16. We had a bus semi accident last year. Its amazing how fast your work gets dropped and you can get to the firehall your mind starts imagining the worst . Luckily nobody was hurt but the hood and some of the front end was tore off the bus. We were really lucky the semi driver was able to do some good manuvering. (the bus did pull out in front of him from a side road)
  17. He needs one for a gas wern't all 125Es diesel?
  18. Thats an interesting tractor ! I see the shutter linkage do the shutters still work?
  19. The seal for the shaft i buy from caseih dealer I tried the aftermarket one and was very disappointed won't do that again! the bottom seal if you need that probably has to be from a dealer just let them look it up. Its pretty easy to tell where the oil is coming from if top of dash is oily its from under the steering wheel if the dash is dry you need the seal on the bottom most likely its the steering wheel shaft seal. Once in a great while the bearing is bad but that's only happened a couple of times since i started repairing those hand pumps in the early 70s
  20. If the oil is coming out right under the steering wheel its a half hour job to replace the shaft seal you DONOT remove the hand pump frome the tractor unless unless you are trying to make it as difficult as possible. Seal kit is $31.05 at the dealer. if its leaking from undeneath the dash wich is unlikely the pump needs to be removed and that seal is $ 51.00
  21. just get a new fitting for the end from a caseIH dealer cut off 1/4 inch or so above the leak If the line seems a little short expand the anti vibration coil up by the gauge and be good for another 60 years fitting pn 222-500 $2.92 at your dealer a very simple 5 minute fix.
  22. With transmission noise it could be close to full retail those tractors are not real popular the gear ratios are very undesireable I couldn't make money on it in central Mn if the transmission is actually good you could come out ok but I would bet thepark lock gear is out and that is a lot of work and parts by the time you get it fixed if you want to get top dollar
  23. I believe it was there to help prevent grass from wrapping on the axle.
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