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    Corydon, Iowa (South Central)
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  1. Yep, figured thats what happened. Thats what I always do is the rubber band. Sometimes it ends up in the filter cavity too. That roller was the only one I could find even after pulling the 3 point cover off. Figure it wont hurt nothing for him to keep running it mowing hay till we get a chance to split it. He mows in hi 1 so that bearing will be in two shafts locked together.
  2. Think I figured out what bearing its out of after a visit to IH dealer. Tractor had TA replaced about 5 years ago.
  3. found this in the filter cavity of a 1466 I been working on for a guy. .498 diameter, not tapered and .970 long. Any ideas?
  4. Figured it out. Man thems big bulbs.
  5. Lights in my tachometer and ground speed in the digital display in my 7130 have both quit now. Just wondered if they have bulbs I can replace or if the cluster needs taken out and sent in?
  6. Just to bring everyone up to speed. Thanks for the info. Watched the videos 815 posted. Ironic we had a bolt twist off too. I think red loctite is too much overkill for a 3/8 bolt. It was even a grade 8. But with some heat from a torch and welding a nut on twisted bolt it came right out after 3 tries. Them U jount crosses are a SOB. The caps wont come out of the yolks when you press them apart like an ordinary U joint. Got to get them close and then clamp them in a vise and finish pulling them the rest of the way with a prybar.
  7. Thinking after matching the videos I probably need a bigger pry bar to put some pressure on the joints.
  8. Got two of them under it. They're out of Ingersoll Rand ntural gas compressor engines. Theyre hard to move but handy to have around. Makes a nice anvil too.
  9. Looks good. How does the fertilizer work? It band it on top or it go in the seed trench?
  10. So what replaced a 5250? Did they use the same transmission?
  11. 2 questions actually. First how's the best way to get the bearing off the inner axle shaft so I can replace the seal? And second how's the best way to get the tie rod ends out of the spindle? They ain't givin up like tie rod ends on a 2wd axle. Will some heat hurt anything?
  12. Just kind of looking for something down the road to use in place of the 806 with a loader and MFD. Seems like all the used 5250's you see have a jillion hours on them. I lost track of things in that time frame and wondered what they came out with after the 5200's?
  13. I like to watch hawks. Here in Iowa you see alot of hawks about the size of a dove setting on power lines all the time frequently seen eating a mouse. One evening last fall we was all setting in the shop winding down one evening at dads about sunset when the sparrows flock around all the equipment and one of them swooped in a grabbed a sparrow and flew off. I was the only one that seen it. after I told dad about he said wish he'd come back again.
  14. Ha wow, looks full of snot. Betting it hasnt been changed in a few years. Filter was obviusly made pre merger. No way of knowing if it was a new filter setting on a shelf and installed at a later date.
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