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superih

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  1. Grew up on this one, Dad bought it in the 1980's, clutch and T/A, then painted it. Many hours used to pull dry beans, cultivate beans and corn, loader tractor, planter tractor, doesn't do much anymore, plow snow, pick rocks. Tractor will never leave this farm for at least a couple more generations.
  2. No reason to pull the cage just to get the pinion out, the pinion is probably bound up because the bearings have went out
  3. You can access inside by pulling PTO and belt pulley. With PTO out you can see if any other bearings are bad. The pinion should pull out just as you have it, probably in a bind, maybe raise rear wheel to rock pinion back and forth to help pull it out.
  4. Is that a windshield washer nozzle on the top of the hood?
  5. Do you have any pics inside the barn?
  6. Looks like a step back in time around there, beautiful farm
  7. I grew up sitting in the same spot as your boy, in a Gleaner F
  8. Sd Man, do you have the part number to that kit?
  9. That is not harvest rate it is unload rate.
  10. Thank you, that is a very sharp seat
  11. Is this seat red, would you share it's part number?
  12. Very nice, does this have for and aft or just lateral movement? What part number did you order?
  13. Make sure you don't put the fan in backwards. I had to unbolt my AC compressor to get enough room to remove fan.
  14. Headed wrap around the joint and secure with a hose clamp on each side, works great and will not leak
  15. That is a Super M carb. I bet the idle jet is missing, the small brass stem that screws into the fuel bowl half of the carb
  16. There are two of those valves, one in the front filter housing, one in the speed section housing, hopefully the pics help, I had no issues with hydraulic function before fixing the loose valve
  17. Okay hold on. First, Bolt 18 you completely remove, this closes the filter oil supply valve and drains the filter housing so you don't have a mess when you pull the filter cover. Second, the valve in the picture is an anti drain back valve between the rear filter and the front one. It's located in the front filter housing i believe, hydraulics will function fine without it. My 5488 had the same valve loose when I split it, they are held by a cheesy washer with a spring, I put a tack weld on mine to hold it in permanently, I'll see if I can find some pics.
  18. Plastic fan upgrade was only for late model with the rotary screen on the side, good thing to do the bearing mount at the same time, do not need to change the shroud.
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