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louie figone

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  1. This is a bucket lubricator, this has the nozzle for sealed rollers, for the older style rollers with the button head fittings you would use a different fitting. 90w to 140w oil is usually used.
  2. Have you had any luck finding a 4 in 1 bucket? I have a 100C with the 4 in 1 bucket, I can get you whatever measurements you may need.
  3. Geardoc, FP Smith shows item #8, 314632R1 new and used in stock on their website, none of the other pieces show but may be fabricated. Looks like #11 is a reducer and #6 a straight piece of hose.
  4. pkingsley, go to the construction forum, at the top is the link to take you to serial numbers, according to the info there your tractor is a 1965
  5. Is the brake pedal return spring in place or broken? Other than that I would check that the brake pedal rod was adjusted properly before adjusting the brakes.
  6. Twolines, the 500 came with a 12 volt system. Or am I misunderstanding what you want to do with the electrical system.
  7. Does anyone know if Bison Power Tools, Manitoba, Canada is still operating? I am not getting any response from either emails or phone calls. Thanks in advance.
  8. Pinion part number 306578R1, FP Smith in Fairfield, CA (707-864-1122) shows new in stock. Pinion is the same for the T340 and T340A. Seals and bearings you will have to cross reference or take old ones to a bearing store, sometimes NAPA can help out if they have the old seals and bearings to measure.
  9. John P I like your writing style, it makes me wanting to read more. I have owned two T340's one was an ag crawler, three point hitch, pto, IH 600 dozer which I made into a hydraulic tilt, the other was a T340A with the Drott 4 in 1 bucket and ripper, they were good little tractors.
  10. Kevin, sorry to hear this, praying for your family
  11. Mike, nice looking 91 Series, those are sweet crawlers.
  12. Greg, it called the "steering clutch release shaft bearing with bushing. If you have a 150 loader (based on the TD9B chassis) the part number is 604 366 C11. The TD6-62 and TD9-92 part number is 6 376 DAX. This is out of the TD9B parts book which would use the same release shaft as the 150 loader. Item 3 is the part.
  13. James, thank you for keeping us updated, this is a good post
  14. i think that packer was rebuilt to suite the owner. the tongue is not original, they used channel iron from the factory and the side braces are not original either. I am the original owner, I replaced the tongue with square tubing (bent the channel tongue) and replaced the flimsy side braces with square tubing at the same time. I also bought the transport kit with it, I took that off as it was in the way, I did not actually need the transport kit, though I still have it somewhere here.
  15. 10 ft Brillion ring roller, has center bearing.
  16. attaboy, pictures, we like pictures
  17. The TD7C (206) water pump part number is 3 132 741 R92 and has the six bolt pulley hub, the water pump with the four bolt pulley hub is for the 544, 2544, 3514 tractors. My parts book for the 100E (239 engine) shows 3 144 456 R91 water pump.
  18. Dave, my service manual ( April 1967) calls for 1725 # for TD6, 2120 # for TD9. You will be fine at 1600 #
  19. Nice going, looks like that will be a nice tractor when fixed.
  20. Heavy press sleeves are .035-.045 flange above crankcase. I used this setup to check the protrusion of the sleeves. We miked the original flanges and shims, the new sleeves were the same, we used the new shims that were the same as the ones we took out, it came out perfect.
  21. That tool is FES-49 for the light press sleeves, the tool for the heavy press sleeves is FES-24-6, no picture is shown in the engine service manual for the FES-24-6. Snoshoe, do you have a picture of the tool for the heavy press sleeves.
  22. Bret, here is a picture of the tool that's shown in the IH Engine service manual (ISS-1040-1) dated May 1968. We did not use a tool, I used a dial indicator holder to measure the protrusion of the sleeves.
  23. Koot, Hy-Tran or equivalent oil in the transmission and rear end. I have been using NAPA 85-405 oil in my 100C for many years now, I have had no problems.
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