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    Farm Tractors & Equipment 1960-1984

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  1. Went upstairs and grabbed a hand full of NOS genuine IH parts. Just kidding......I haven't found many good options.
  2. I just done the "dirty" work on one. Pulled sleeves, cleaned block, measured bores for new sleeves and knocked out cam bearings. Pressed new sleeves in, graded pistons and honed bores to dimension. Installed and fit cam bearings, cleaned all the other parts and don't even get to put it together. Maybe Virginia is a little far..............
  3. They have a little channel to carry the coolant from leaking seal to bottom of pump. This keeps coolant from getting in bearing. Loosen belt and see if pump shaft is a tad loose.
  4. Out electric doesn't even come from the line that goes thru here. This one goes from Mt. Storm Wv. to Richmond Va. When we build fence close to the line, depending on the weather but certainly don't need to make an "electric" fence as till it's built it will shock you. We took a 4' fluorescent bulb out under it one night it would "light" the bulb. Reminds me of a story.......a crew of Amish from Ind. used to come in here and built stave silos. The ole Amish fella said they where building one next to a busy highway intersection. A county deputy got to setting at intersection "run
  5. You are correct. One of the cranes they have onsite is brand new, hate to guess what it cost. Grove MK5250L
  6. ^^this^^ It equips an person so much better for what life has to hand ya. In the fire dept. it's no problem to tell if somebody was born and raised in a farm related environment. Whether its' climbing a ladder, driving or even general task they are so much more prepared.
  7. That is or method of doing them, we use an overhead hoist and lifting bracket that bolts unto the frame rails.
  8. They had to stop on it from mid Jan- end of March for snowy owl breeding season............seriously. They just backed up and worked on pulling out old line and pulling in new once they got to foot hills / river land where the owls supposedly live.
  9. We have a major power line running thru valley here, was installed in the early-mid 60's with a projected 25 year life span. Made it to 2019 until they decided it was time to upgrade. Now over the last 2 years they are rebuilding it with new towers and high tension lines. Quite an impressive job as well as equipment. The line crosses the Shenandoah Mtn range west of me, will be interesting to see the equipment it takes to get that portion completed. https://www.dominionenergy.com/projects-and-facilities/electric-projects/power-line-projects/mt-storm-valley
  10. Yep......then gut transmission, TA last thing out.
  11. Hard to say without knowing what condition of brake pistons are in and well as clutch basket too full creating excessive clutch drag. Get a gauge in left side and make sure your psi is dropping to "0" when pto is in "off" position. No parts left over? What all was done / replaced during shaft replacement?
  12. If it isn't keyed it doesn't matter. Engine timing pin engages in cam gear so if pin is in it's on #1 TDC..........unless cam or crank gear is walking around due to sheared key. Yes weight carrier that has timing tang on it is timed to rear of pump shaft by degree per pump number / application. Way back in the day we used to install updated weight carriers in RSV governors, original issue didn't have hardened bushing in weights.
  13. Prayers for all involved, including the docs & nurses. May God grant his healing touch...........
  14. Big piece of pipe, its even threaded on bottom end! Anvil and anchors are set in concrete, she's pretty solid.
  15. Pulled this info from my Cummins manuals and made a cheat sheet for shop. INJECTION PUMP SHAFT NUT TORQUE (INCLUDES “B” & “C” SERIES) PUMP MODEL TORQUE STANADYNE 48 FT LBS BOSCH VE 48 FT LBS LUCAS CAV 48 FT LBS NIPPONDENSO EP9 91 FT LBS BOSCH INLINE “A” 122 FT LBS BOSCH INLINE “MW” 122 FT LBS BOSCH INLINE “P” 144 FT LBS NOTE; ON PUMPS THAT DO NOT USE A SHAFT KEY MAKE SURE GEAR BORE AND SHAFT ARE CLEAN AND DRY SO IT DOESN’T SLIP TIMING
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