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  1. This is the manual I got that from
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    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
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    DT817 was in the td25 and started on diesel. The 1091 engine in the td24 started on gas
  4. The style you got you need to make a ground wire for the other small post....
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Lights don't get power from the cab solenoid.
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. I'm not sure that that is your problem but, haven't heard much good about aftermarket balancers. Have a guy in the area that overhauled a 986 put 150-200 hours on it and the hub in the aftermarket balancer broke completely off
  12. 2+2's have a housing that bolts to the bottom of the TA housing to run there power steering pump
  13. Or maybe the 817 would've been alot more reliable and a lot more popular and maybe they would still have parts available.
  14. Would have been better if the 45's and 47's ran the DTI817 instead of the DV800 IMO
  15. 6788 have 3.25 inch axles. From what I can remember 30 series and 60 series all use the same front axle. The different ratio for the 37 and 67 is in the side gear box... Was working on a 6788 couple years ago that needed a rear ring and pinion that is no longer available so was looking into converting it to run the more common ring and pinion but then the owner decided to go with getting a custom made oring ratio ring and pinion since he didn't want to change the speeds of the gears and a different ring and pinion would've made every gear faster.
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    a pump

    5488 had MW pump
  17. I always prefer to rebuild what I have over swapping when possible. The 1086 engine will bolt right in if that's the route you want to go.
  18. It's on the front right corner by the thermostat housing. Kinda behind the water filter bracket.
  19. If you get a 2+2 you could use it for more then just the wet times, they work when it's dry too. Lol Years ago my dad wanted to get a 2+2 to spread with in the winter, thought that was alot of tractor just to use for spreading in the winter and to have it sit the rest of the year. To my surprise the Only time it sits is between when we get done with fall tillage and when the snow flies, and some years it never sits
  20. I have know idea, That's just what we were told.
  21. We got a letter from reliance roughly a year ago stating that the pistons and rings are assembled in the sleeve for shipping only and that you are supposed to pull them apart clean and inspect/check clearances. Have seen many with the rings installed upside-down, gaps aligned.
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