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  1. Hello Danny,

    I see you have the first 1086.  I recently got one in really good shape with 3500 hrs. #012535. Supposed to be a 76 as well. The engine uses little oil but does have blow by. Starts quick and runs smooth  I had the fuel pump rebuilt and want to set it up to at least 140/145 HP Somewhere there was a thread giving the number of turns for X HP as a rule. Do you know what that was? This tractor is all original and has the original turbo. I added the muffler eliminator. I am going to get the fuel line from CNH to be sure I have the right one. TA works great. About all this tractor ever did was pull a  mower. The PTO was rebuilt just before I got it.  I have a thread asking where to get orifice to check pressure and someone suggesting making one out of an extra plug. Any advice you can give me will be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Don

    1. DirtBoyz07

      DirtBoyz07

      Yes it's not a real bad job , just have to get some stuff out of the way so you can pull it out . Make sure you adjust the TA linkage after you get it all back in .

       

      Danny 

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  2. Hello Danny,

    I see you have the first 1086.  I recently got one in really good shape with 3500 hrs. #012535. Supposed to be a 76 as well. The engine uses little oil but does have blow by. Starts quick and runs smooth  I had the fuel pump rebuilt and want to set it up to at least 140/145 HP Somewhere there was a thread giving the number of turns for X HP as a rule. Do you know what that was? This tractor is all original and has the original turbo. I added the muffler eliminator. I am going to get the fuel line from CNH to be sure I have the right one. TA works great. About all this tractor ever did was pull a  mower. The PTO was rebuilt just before I got it.  I have a thread asking where to get orifice to check pressure and someone suggesting making one out of an extra plug. Any advice you can give me will be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Don

    1. DirtBoyz07

      DirtBoyz07

      Hi Don , if you want you can give me a call sometime , my cell no is 507-208-2407 on your ho setting every 1/2 turn out is 10 hp . The small plug to check your PTO psi is on the left side of the PTO just below where the spool valve turn the oil on and off . It's a 1/2 thin wall socket to remove the plug , just go to your local hyd shop and the should have the oring fitting and a hose . You want a 300 psi gage and I always set the psi to 275 to 300 psi . Just unjam the nut under the block that the linkage hooks to and shorten the distance and this will raise the psi .

      let me know if you have any other questions .

      Danny Anderson , Dirt Boyz 

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