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  1. Weapon

    2166 air seat

    The leakage is thru the compressor. Both my MX240’s leaked down flat overnight. CIH has compressor kit 84392273 which fixed both seats at around $280 a seat. On the tractors I found it easier to separate the upper part of the seat from the base by taking apart the swivel (don’t lose the ball bearings) and removing them separately. Block the base open and the compressor replacement is easy. Also while in that deep pull the ac panel and clean the evaporator and air ducts under there. It looks like the 2166 seat compressor kit is #84483563 $380 John
  2. Weapon

    2166 air seat

    The leakage is thru the compressor. Both my MX240’s leaked down flat overnight. CIH has compressor kit 84392273 which fixed both seats at around $280 a seat. On the tractors I found it easier to separate the upper part of the seat from the base by taking apart the swivel (don’t lose the ball bearings) and removing them separately. Block the base open and the compressor replacement is easy. Also while in that deep pull the ac panel and clean the evaporator and air ducts under there. John
  3. Wouldn’t you be able to get one from a salvage combine. Had my volume sensor out of my 2388 and it’s a lever tied to a rehostat which mounts thru a hole in the tailings boot. If you can find the pin out of the a column connector you should only need two or three wires from sensor to connector. John
  4. Cool hard to believe they’d have that much jocularity back in them days. John
  5. One could be for the towns water supply while the seemingly smaller one is fire protection for an in town industrial site the labeling is likely photoshopped John
  6. Your problem is dealing with Jensales. Check with Binder Books you’ll have better luck and better product. John
  7. If that’s what your going for put a battery disconnect on it. When parked other than where you have control switch it off. Usually goes in the grounded side of the system depending on whether you are neg or pos ground. John
  8. Not sure what he’s doing just saying a 2188 is an 8 row machine. 8 row 30” planters aren’t that expensive to upgrade to. John
  9. Get by with the 944 this year and get into a 30” planter next year. Around here 38’s are long gone 30’s rule but 22’s are gaining popularity John
  10. Just loved the milk when they’d put the cows out on the fresh cut sugar beet tops. Not not not. It even had a green hue to it. Yuck. John
  11. Weapon

    Pickles....

    Good friend use to pickle red beets and the tops all the time and always the beet tops where the first to go. From personal experience. Man I miss those days. John
  12. Your rite hillman caught by the spellcheck gremlin again. Thanks, John
  13. Here in ONTARIO Canada my last two tractors and one truck have been Marson single stage from NAPA and any decent clear coat. Two-three coats base and then a couple or more coats of clear (depends on what’s left in gun on both jobs). Have two MX 240’s, one original paint is polished and rubbed and polished and looks like sh$t the other painted as above always looks like a new penny after a couple years both share equal time out in the sun. Ive painted many with IH paint + hardener and never again. As stated before too much work to prep to just salver on some cheap cr$p just to save a nickel to later spend a dollar. But then again I’m of Dutch heritage so cheaping out comes natural then the wooden shoe hits ya up the side of the head and ya dial in to reality YMMV, John
  14. Sounds like it needs adjustment. Can’t remember the exact sequence and some have non contact throwout and constant contact throwout bearings. Someone should be able to guide you through John
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