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  1. I have a cousin that has the duetz engine version of that tractor. He loves it when it works, but he has lots of electrical/computer issues with it.
  2. Worked on a diesel 3616 years ago, in pulled the engine or the top of the frame. If I remember correctly I removed the hyd valves that are above the engine. Then was fairly easy after that
  3. It never hurts to ask, you never know what you may find. There are many helpful people on this forum with the exception of a few
  4. Set the chopper for open center hyd and turn the flow control on the tractor down as far as you can and have the controls work good. Normally you only need 2 to 3 gpm to make the chopper work right.
  5. You need to do more then knock the axle plug out. There's a hole that needs to get drilled also.
  6. Weighting them down and turning the pump up is really how they got a bad name. The 30 and 60 series weren't meant to be weighted down like that to begin with. When used like they were meant people usually got along good with them. Tractordata isn't correct on the serial numbers on the 60 series. For fun look at how many of each model built, then look at the serial numbers and do the math they are off a significant amount. It would be hard for it to be 8119 since they started at 8801 one I worked on was serial number 9119, she's a late one
  7. That was the first place I called, along with many many places that make gears. One place said they could make it, then after sending them pictures they said no. Every other place said it takes equipment they don't have to make a ring and pinion.
  8. A lot of the gear company's I called were very nice and wish they could help but they said it was more complicated then what they were equipped to do. Lawler Gear was great to work with, from my experience most company's don't want to mess around with a small order let alone a one off part. That good to know, i was going to say the top shaft of the speed transmission was different also on this 67 from the 37. Starting serial number for 6788 was 8801 and tractordata has 8946 as the highest serial number, the one i worked on was 9119.
  9. The tooth count is the same but the length of teeth are different, the rear bearing area is different, and the total length of the shaft is different.
  10. No need to drag, I just needed the time to find the info you want, and if no one wanted the info why would I look. The company is Lawler Gear Corporation out of Lee's Summit, MO. to reverse engineer it that took 3-4 months, if someone needed it for a 6788 they have the blue prints on hand and they don't have to reverse engineer it again, so turn around will be faster. It was 5000 ish for the ring and pinion.
  11. Found a company that could make one. Sent them the original and they made a new ring and pinion.
  12. 3788 and 6788 ring and pinions are slightly different, both are 11 tooth pinions though. Needed one for a 6788 found one out of a 3788 and when I went to put it in I noticed a few differences. Ended up making one for the 67. If you can't find one let me know and I'll see if the owner will let the 37 ring and pinion go.
  13. I think once the tractors were done the 414 snd 436 were dropped. Not sure when the change was. The block I have in my pulling tractor is a 1992 468 and it has the navistar logo instead of the IH.
  14. I would think you could get a double acting check valve and mount it on the baler so it won't matter what tractor you use. Some tractors came from there factory with them.
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