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  1. Loadstar carburetor general advice needed

    The C95 kit should just be an update version of the part. IH did that quite often with their part numbers
  2. part number application look-up

    I know you can look on sites like Messicks to look up part numbers but is there a site that you can type in a part number and it will tell you what application that part fits? I know the dealer can do that with some parts. I also know that in the back of most parts books the numbers are listed along with the page where the part is found but that is not quite what I am looking for. I have a bunch of o'rings and seals that I would like to know what the fit. Along with a few other parts. I have not tried to search google with the part numbers yet but will do that before long.
  3. A/C pressure ??'s

    It would not bother me any.
  4. Loadstar reliability/ reputation

    The 3 series were all built at the same time. Believe each jump up resulted in a heavier chassis (GVW) Depends on what year and how it was sit up as far as getting parts. Hyd brakes can be fun to keep going but parts are out there. Engines could be gas or diesel, transmissions were most common 4 or 5 speeds but have seen a couple of 13 speeds behind DT engines but there were some of the last built. Rear ends could be single and 2 speeds. And then you could also spec a tandem. I think it is harder finding a good parts man to find the parts than it is to find the parts sometimes. Cost of the parts can be something else. I run 2 1974 1600's with 345 engines and the T495? I believe 5 speed transmission. 2 speed rear ends. 6 stud wheels. I think the GVW rating is somewhere around 16000 pounds and truck weight in around 10000. They have always hauled closer to 28000 and never any issues YET. One just has to keep in mind there are only 6 studs and not very large brakes that your depending on to keep you out of trouble. If you can find the line set ticket for the truck it will give you an idea how it was originally spec out. Depending on the year of the truck they were usually found on the back side of the sun visor, on the glove box, or down by the dimmer switch.
  5. 1985 s2300

    Have had a couple do what your saying and it was the gauge that was bad. Jingles is correct on how to test the sender. That is where you want to start is at the sender. Besides seeing the resistance change with movement of the float arm you should also see voltage from the gauge coming to the sender.
  6. Any Thoughts

    Go to A&I tractor parts and find your tractor. Pick engine o/h kit. Select tech bulletin. You will find a listing of serial numbers and what color oring goes with the serial number. Hope that helps. I would guess even if it is a different kit then what your using the coding would be the same. If not they also give the thickness of the oring so that should get you going.
  7. 3788 transmission issues

    I really do not think that is the source of this material. Parts book shows a ball bearing and a needle bearing. I am not seeing any leakage around the drive shaft seal which I would think I would also see if those bearing were loose or out. Still have some fall field work to do but when I get that done I will clean things up so I can start pulling covers and see if I can determine where the failure is. Might get a better idea when I pull the drain plug as to where most of the metal is in the case.
  8. 3788 transmission issues

    Changed the filters today and this was in filter housing. Transmission has been working fine and no unusual noise that I have noticed. Looks like parts of a bearing cage. Any ideas? The only bearing that comes to my mind is the roller bearing on the pinion shaft. Last work done on the transmission was a TA guessing around 2000 hours ago. Just wondering what to open up first to determine where the issue is. Thanks for any ideas.
  9. Hydro 84

    Have two and yes they are great little tractors. Only use them for loader work and the one has a back hoe that has never been back off once I put it on.
  10. 1460 fuel tank leak

    Have seen the fuel sender leak. It is about half way up the tank on left side. You can reach it without pulling the tank. It is above the straw spreader gear set.
  11. Case IH Corporate Tech Support

    Local dealer submitted some questions about one of my 2+2's which never did hear back on. Did have some parts questions and that we did get a return on.
  12. 15 million of them Wow!

    Yes the are fun. Taken a few years ago. Had to church the other day and was out on the 3rd with it. Restored shortly after I got out of high school. My son beside me and a couple of his friends. This one is a 1923 year model. Think they sold for about $290.00 during that time frame. IH enamel paint was what I used at the time to paint it.
  13. IH 886

    Pretty sure the 400 series is a little longer than the 300 series. So you would probably have to lengthen the frame to make it work.
  14. 3X88 steering systems

    Is the steering system on the 2+2 tractors an open or closed center system? I am thinking closed but do not have the service manual in front of me. Thanks Dennis
  15. Quality of life in the 3588

    The fuel sender is different if using only the front tank. You also have to jumper the wires that go to the rear sender together to make the front sender work correctly by itself. The joint is under the floor board. Much easier to jump the wires together at the rear sender and put the cover back on it.