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  1. From my experience if the little stud is brass, it's a junk solenoid and won't last any amount of time
  2. I think Mike links sells the good prestolite one
  3. I put dynamat under the normal interior on a 186. Then dynamat and dynaliner under the shifting and hydraulic sides. It's noticeably quieter then our other 186's
  4. I thought It wrecks more then just the clutch packs. Like shafts and gears. Magnums aren't electronically controlled like a 50 series so they don't need it. 50 series needs it incase a solenoid sticks causing pressure on both clutch packs.
  5. This is the manual I got that from
  6. This is from the service manual
  7. Mighty1206

    DV-800

    There are people that put dt360's in F250-350's. The 360 is ¾ of an inch shorter in height and 3 inches shorter in length then a 466. So I don't think height of a 466 would be an issue
  8. Mighty1206

    DV-800

    DT817 was in the td25 and started on diesel. The 1091 engine in the td24 started on gas
  9. The style you got you need to make a ground wire for the other small post....
  10. If you do need a solenoid get a prestalite one from links or Hy capacity. The ones Case IH sell are junk, atleast they were a couple years ago
  11. Check and see if you have power on both big posts of the solenoid. Even if it clicks doesn't mean it is good. The internal contacts can be bad and not letting power through
  12. Lights don't get power from the cab solenoid.
  13. Magnums are definitely nice but if it were me I would keep the 3688 and look for a nice 2+2. It's nice having 2 tractors instead of one. 2+2's will turn shorter and go through more then a mfwd tractor. When we have a wet spring or fall they have been a life saver. We've had wet falls before but this was the first year we had to use a 2+2 for hauling chopper boxes and it worked really well.
  14. A bad hyd head in the pump can also cause a tractor to seem gutless at low rpm but still make power at high rpm. I've changed a few where that was the problem
  15. I would get the original re-cored, more expensive but definitely with it. From my experience aftermarket radiators are good for a parade tractor and that's about it
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