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Wisconsin Ron

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  1. Some of parts are the same. Yes you can change width on the go if you have a hyd ram on the width settings adjustment. Most 735 i seen required 3 remotes and I seen guys install a turnbuckle in place of the width ram if they were running two remote tractors.
  2. Get some nice coax and good base antenna and hook it up. Be better if you have a sideband capable cb. Have a good swr meter inline too. Wind took down my tower 12 years ago. I acquired all the damaged pieces just haven't put it up yet. Hopefully this summer. Like to be operational before snow flies.
  3. Isn't there something on market like that right now called snow dog? The old bolens was probably US produced back in the day. The snow dog probably produced overseas.
  4. I've drilled and tapped a 3/8 bolt through frame rail into cast back plate with success. Done on 544 also
  5. Anybody have experience with the nylon 66 clone? I think it made by CBC. I only seen one. Never shot one. My pa has a black/chrome nylon 66 which I probably put a couple hundred rounds through in my younger years. Nice light and accurate rig.
  6. Lovejoy style been used on the Case/Ingersoll garden tractors for many years between engine and pump. Got four Weaverline feed carts that run Lovejoy between motor and hydro also. They seem like pretty good coupling. Got an owatonna 260 swather with chain style couplers which do act up from time to time.
  7. Dealer put a CNH reman in 3788 in January 2020. It has dt466 part number stamped on CNH tag but still has original dt414 stamped on block. Get teased by neighbors and relatives that see that. Been holding up good so far but now warranty is done. Hope it continues giving good service. I imagine the Springfield outfit remanufactured it.
  8. Must be a different kind of conversion if you have to lose a remote because of it.
  9. Thanks You. I suppose less resistance and heat generated than going back through the remote.
  10. Only one remote lever in cab? Ours has two and two cast remote blocks on the back. It does have a single outlet on left side all by itself i don't know exactly what its purpose is. Ours too was converted to gear pump before we purchased it. Kinda too bad but it works for what we use it for this way too.
  11. Got a lock n lube over 10 years ago but never installed it. Got two of the m18 Milwaukee grease guns. They awesome outfit but high range will wear out after a extreme amount of use.
  12. It probably has 1066 clutch and flywheel installed. Our 966 is terrible since we went that route. No more clutch trouble though. Hydraulic boost would be nice though.
  13. Nope, think it was a A&I set with gaskets and orings. I imagine I be getting the new tubes through caseIH and new orings there also. It also one of them new oil coolers not a reman. Maybe should've got a reman cooler. They look like original. That new style one has a adapter looking thing on it maybe tossing alignment off a hair.
  14. Replaced engine oil cooler in may with new oil gaskets and o rings in short coolant connection tubes. Started weeping coolant in November around one tube in in the front casting. Took apart and cleaned and installed new o rings again. I see it leaking again. I have mind set on trying to get two new short tubes if they available and new orings again. Everything looks nice clean and smooth in the front casting. Am I overlooking something or anybody familiar with any tips for leak avoidance? Thank you
  15. Just did one on a 686. I used a adjustable crescent wrench. It wasn't extremely tight.
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