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  1. farmerdukes

    Caught the IH Flu

    This isn't our first rodeo with 86 series tractors. Dad was a mechanic at our local dealer in the late seventies and early eighties. He had a disagreement with the owners wife one day and that was the end of the employment there. So he came home and set up a repair shop. At one point we owned 3 1086s and a 986. The one 1086 came to us as a basket case basically the same shape this one is in. The 9 when we bought it was supposed to have the tranny out of it as well but the Park pawl was stuck so just pulled the floor boards and got the shifter cover off and replaced the park pawl. These will be painted up and made to look like new again then used when needed. Still trying to convince dad to find a nicer cab to work with but he is stubborn and wants to do the body work. The 14 someone has run the top right corner into something and pushed it back quite a bit. The 10 the whole top is basically rotten. I know Mike Links has the pieces to fix it but shipping to canada and the exchange makes things a little costlier. We'll see what happens the one wrecker here in ontario has a few 88 series from out in western canada. Still waiting to hear back on what they think a cab is worth to them.
  2. farmerdukes

    Caught the IH Flu

    The 180 is our main mule. It's a 2001 came off a beef feedlot where it was running a tmr mixer. Hence it was ordered with 2wd. We are mostly sand around our area so fwa isn't always necessary. There are days it would definitely come in handy. But those days are usually a good indicator that you shouldn't be out there anyways. I'll try to grab some more pictures this weekend of it. I was up at the farm last night and got some pictures of the carnage in the 1486. And got a picture of the 10 which is going to wait til the 14 is back together.
  3. farmerdukes

    Caught the IH Flu

    So decided we needed another tractor around to help out at certain times. Started looking around and discussing with Dad what we needed. Couple weeks ago we were headed down to check out some tractors at a big auction. I checked out a classified site the night before and saw a 1086 with 5100 hrs on it for a bit higher price than i figured it was worth, but figured we were going to be in the area anyways so lets check it out. Get to the guys place and have a look at it. Tires are junk and starter is out of it. So start talking and the seller drops the price quite a bit. Leave and head home still not sure the value is there. Get most of the way home and seller texts me saying its mine for what i thought it was worth and that if i transfer a deposit he will fix the starter and get it running. So i agree. Monday morning Dad is at coffee and the local dealer owner is there asking Dad if we had found something yet. Dad says yes but we need some tires for it. Owner says well did you see the 1486 online with the transmission out of it. So dad and the dealer owner go over to his office after coffee and check it out. Call the dealer that has it and makes a deal. Thinking make one out of two. So now we have a 1086 with 5100 hrs that needs a clutch and probably a T/A and a 1486 with 6200 hrs with the reverse gear cleaned off inside it. Basically looks like someone jammed it into park while moving. Both need paint and some lipstick. Dad already has the transmission in a thousand pieces and just waiting on the one gear to come in. Found the other one at at local scrap yard. Instead of finding a tractor for us we have 2 and now have a project for the next little bit. Sorry about only the one picture. I was in a hurry to try and get them unloaded and it was snowing to beat the band the night we brought them home. Of course the 14 wouldn't roll or drive itself so had to use the telehandler to yank it off in the slippery mess that was. I'll get more pictures shortly. But they should be a nice addition to the fleet which is the second picture.
  4. farmerdukes

    2001 mx180 jumping out of gear

    Ran the tractor all weekend with the 8 diode rectifier in the alternator and it didn't act up once. So looks like we have found the issue and corrected it.
  5. farmerdukes

    2001 mx180 jumping out of gear

    So dad took the alternator back to the place he got it. The owner called the supplier and asked if the alternator was for a case ih. Turns out it was speced for something else. Apparently the case alternator has 8 diodes in it and this one has 14. So the owner replaced the diodes with the proper amount. So we’ll see how that works out.
  6. farmerdukes

    2001 mx180 jumping out of gear

    I had a conversation with dad last night and mentioned the alternator being used. He then said well i did replace the alternator last fall and since then the problem has been getting worse. He got the alternator from a place that deals in alternators but i have a feeling they are junk. He is still waiting for the dealership to show up.
  7. farmerdukes

    2001 mx180 jumping out of gear

    I honestly didn't see anything pop up on the icu. Just the Neutral and Forward boxes start flashing. It does have radar on it. Mph didn't seem off.
  8. farmerdukes

    2001 mx180 jumping out of gear

    Have an mx180 it jumps out of gear. Yesterday it did it if you got aggressive with the throttle. Seems to be when you get up into the road gears. You’ll just nicely get going in 18th it jumps into neutral. It does do it in lower gears as well if you pin the throttle after shifting gears. You shut the tractor off and start the whole process over again. It’s getting annoying having to shut it down on a regular basis. Anybody have any ideas. Local dealer was asked 2 weeks ago to come look at it and haven’t seen them.