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louie figone

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  1. Some Ag is exempt, 50 HP and under, when the Calif Air Resources Board presented the program to our Farm Bureau a few years ago they did tell us 50 HP and under was exempt, when the question was asked is that flywheel, pto or drawbar HP their answer was "I don't have a clue what you are talking about". These are the people making the rules! They did tell us about the program where they would pay 75% of the cost of a new tractor, you then had to junk your old one.
  2. IH part number is 601 509C1, FP Smith shows in stock, Fel pro number is 8334B
  3. It all depended on the application; in the construction version the power shift was a naturally aspirated D282 rated at 75 HP flywheel @2300 rpm, the gear drive was a turbocharged DT282 rated at 66 HP @1700 rpm. The ag version TD9B was turbocharged rated at 75 HP flywheel @1850 rpm. The D282 industrial was rated 91 HP flywheel @2400 rpm. It depended on the pump specifications. Different applications used different pump settings, the D282's were rated anywhere between 1500-2500 rpm.
  4. Thanks for the update, you're going to have a nice little loader when you finish
  5. Thank you, I have a Federal Employer ID number, I will submit that and see where it goes, thanks guys, you have all been a big help.
  6. Bison Power Tools, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. www.bisonpowertools.com. I purchased the KPP100-110 mobile press. Thanks guys, I will contact customs here in the US.
  7. I need some information on items shipped from Canada to the US, I purchased a track pin press from a company that manufactures them in Canada, now that the company is ready to ship the company is saying the customs broker needs my social security number, no way will I give that to them, what is required to have an item shipped from Canada to the US as far as customs? Thanks
  8. Those two plates are footrests, there is a low seat version and a high seat version.
  9. The clutch clears the opening, the flywheel does not, if you are game the flywheel will come out with some grinding on the case, not something I would do but it is an option.
  10. Greg, when sitting in the seat you turn the ring clockwise to tighten, you want 40 to 45 lbs of pull on the clutch lever.
  11. Here are pictures from the parts book if that will help. TD6 used a spring mount tray, 61-62 series are ridged mounted.
  12. That is a good number, my 62 series with increased capacity hydraulics is rated 33 gpm @ 1800 rpm, the four cylinder is a lower rpm engine.
  13. Nice job Dan, now you need to do the other side so it will be easy to adjust also😄
  14. AC, in the Bay Area I was told $50.00 a ton two weeks ago. That tractor looks to be a narrow gauge (40-inch center to center), probably not a good choice if you are working in steep country, look for a wide gauge (50-inch)
  15. This is out of the parts manual for the 100C, loader version of the TD7C, it should help you out and give you an idea on where the hoses go. Hose # 3 goes into the torque converter housing, hose # 8 goes to a filter, I believe they did away with that filter on the later tractors. Do you have a parts book for your tractor? Page 7-32 is the plumbing at the torque converter, hose # 39 is connected to the filter # 48 which is connected to hose # 8 on page 6-4.
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