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  1. I agree. I believe 187 was quoted but 225 was what mine was at after 10k hours. Had a hard time replacing it since a mx240 should be more hp than a 5488 but had to tune the 240 to do the same work as the 5488. John
  2. Here in Southern Ontario it’s humid in the heat and humid in the cold. I love Arizona in the winter my summer and northern Ontario in the winter both have near zero humidity. Can hunt in Northern Ontario at minus 20 in a tee and sweat shirt, here you need 4 layers at 34 degrees and are still cold as h*ll it seems to go rite thru you. John
  3. On the MX240 found top half of the third arm cover gasket gone. Sets out during spring and fall work and ended up with 5-8 gal of water in trans case. John
  4. It’s all in definition, phone shows a little ways out, navigation shows a little further out but a map of the state or province shows all or a 1/2 portion of the area and you can see where you’re going. As stated a navigator is priceless that can read a map Just my outlook of things, John
  5. Had rocker arms go on a 414 in a 815 combine and the new ones where more heavy duty. Can’t tell you a lot more but had no problem after replacing them. Since I had the same engine in a few of my machines I had a few extra in my toolbox. Sorry can’t help more,John
  6. Check your knives I seem to remember the part # stamped on the knife. But mind is old and some cells lost to refreshments. John
  7. Dale 560. Excavator for hire. Burials $10.00 Extra deep $20.00 Gotta be getting old for you for sure. John
  8. Hey to each their own circumstances . My trips have all been with the kids old enough to take care of themselves or on their own. I appreciate your situation. Later you may find a vacation is what you can make of it. Good luck and best wishes to the family. John
  9. I’m with Dale. It will server you well. You could pick it up and drive it or have it trucked. 20 mph by 300 miles is 15 quality hours.with the misses and take all the fuel, lodging and meals add it to the purchase price and claim as shipping. Many great vacations have been realized that way John
  10. Might be crap to you but bread and butter to them. 30 yrs in water sewage treatment not much you don’t see feel or taste. John
  11. Normally when mine does that mud dabbers have plugged the first 6 inches of the drain and can be cleaned by slapping line against fuel tank and phuf it’s running like crazy. If that and air up the tube doesn’t work then pull back the roof to access the evaporator and heater core. Clean tray and coil at same time. Sorry can’t be more help. John
  12. Weapon

    MXM190

    Not any help but was told if it’s a mxm run away fast. Apparently the electronic controls are a nightmare and the manual control was preferred. Sorry cant be any real help, John
  13. I’ve built and hot dipped trailers. One word of caution on tubing it must not be sealed. You need it open to allow the hot zinc to run in but also out. Even channel and angle frames will have pockets that need drainage holes or you’ll end up with a lot of extra weight. Also sealed tubes have been known to rupture due to heat involved. My other note is I’ve used 1/2 pipe to run wires for lightning but often it will plug with zinc slag Now I use 1-1/2 sq tube placed on the deck to corespond with the deck plank spacing John
  14. I thought in Zach’s thread he had dismantled one even as far as to remove the epoxy and documented it in his thread. I thought the stumbling block was the integrated circuit which had no availability. May save reinventing the wheel so to speak. Although I could be wrong. John
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. Cool hard to believe they’d have that much jocularity back in them days. John
  19. 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
  20. Your problem is dealing with Jensales. Check with Binder Books you’ll have better luck and better product. John
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
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