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louie figone

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  1. The regulator valve sits on top of the transmission, between the brake and decelerator pedal. The pages with the procedure and pressures I posted is from the service manual for the 100 and 125 C and E series.
  2. Poncho, checking transmission pressures is not hard to do, here is a blown-up picture of the regulator valve, you check the pressures at the ports with plugs, port 1, port 5 and port 4. To know what the pressures should be is located on the next page of the page that shows the regulator valve. I have attached the page here, also attached are the pressures I recorded on my 100C, all within recommended range.
  3. Binderoid, that is what we call a Stockton Works blade (IH had a farm and industrial manufacturing plant in Stockton California) IH may have made them in other states also. It is supposed to have turnbuckles on each side of the blade so you can angle the blade, at some point they welded a plate in place of the turnbuckle, that setup uses a 3-1/2" x 12" double acting cylinder. Here is a picture of your blade out of the Stockton Products catalog. Also a picture of the factory optional grill guard for the T/TD6. As oldiron29 said, over on the construction side there is a lot of T/TD 6 info.
  4. Reed, I would pull the fuel filters to see how dirty they are in there, if the filters look clean reinstall them, if not and usually a lot of crud accumulates at the bottom of the canister I would replace them, with the filter out of the primary canister open the full valve (located at the bottom of the fuel tank) to make sure the fuel flows and is clean. You need good flow of fuel at the injection pump. Filters are available at NAPA auto parts. Take pictures, we like pictures. Louie
  5. There is no lift pump on the 62 series TD6, does the tractor have a Rosa Master or IH RD pump. You bleed the fuel filters first, (bleed fitting on top of each fuel filter, takes a 7/16 inch wrench) then bleed the fuel line at the pump (3/4 inch wrench) crack open a couple of the fittings at the injection nozzles, crank the engine, it should start after a minute or so, do not crank for more than 30 seconds at a time so the starter does not overheat, then tighten up the loose injector fittings while it is running. You will need enough fuel in the fuel tank to have enough head to bleed the system. For all this to work the glow plugs need to be all good.
  6. louie figone

    282

    606 used the D236 in diesel configuration, they have the same exterior dimensions and look like the D282.
  7. louie figone

    282

    That's a rare tractor. What is the serial number of your 9B
  8. louie figone

    282

    Dennis, add to your list the 3800, 3850, 2656, UD282.
  9. Dennis is right, the part number is 625 809 C2, that is the correct yoke that is on the transmission, 619 962 C1 is the flange that is on the output of the torque converter. TD7 C , 100C use the same universal joint.
  10. 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.
  11. IH part number is 601 509C1, FP Smith shows in stock, Fel pro number is 8334B
  12. 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.
  13. Thanks for the update, you're going to have a nice little loader when you finish
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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
  17. Those two plates are footrests, there is a low seat version and a high seat version.
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. Here are pictures from the parts book if that will help. TD6 used a spring mount tray, 61-62 series are ridged mounted.
  21. 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.
  22. Nice job Dan, now you need to do the other side so it will be easy to adjust also😄
  23. 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)
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