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  1. If your 3pt control lever is all the way down, too far, the remote outlets will have low flow.
  2. My 8309 is a little sister to your 8312. It's Hesston.
  3. acem

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    I have a 78 f300 for sale if that helps.
  4. I replaced the engine in my 1460 several years ago. I took out the engine and left the pto housing in. We left the radiator in but basically everything from the fan shroud to the pto housing has to come out. It's a big job and you need a high lift. Thx-Ace
  5. It took me two hours to get the fan, spacer, pulley and pump seperated. What's the best way to keep them from siezing together? Grease? Antisieze? It was horrible. Thx-Ace
  6. I bet this is the only one on tracks. Steel tracks too.
  7. That's what I was thinking but I've never seen one. I didn't get a brochure for one when I was looking for a 1460 back in the 90s. And notice the down rice.
  8. It rained yesterday so I'm slowed down and was reading my rice farming magazine. I noticed this combine image with an odd combine for rice country. It's a smaller jd combine of 'modern' vintage. Notice the unloading auger, it appears fixed. It has tracks but no mud hog. The black all over the back is shut, a rice disease discussed in the article. https://www.ricefarming.com/departments/specialists-speaking/disease-and-insect-pests/ Also notice the smallish tractor pulling up with an unseen grain cart.. it's a Massey 4x4. I'm pretty sure this picture was taken at a Louisiana research farm. So can anyone identify the combine? BTW I'm pretty sure the rice research station in Stuttgart Arkansas has a 1620 rice special. Probably the only one built. Thx-Ace
  9. @bitty at least you didn't have to pay sales tax! Here in Arkansas I pay sales tax on tires. that would be another $1900! Whole ag goods are tax exempt but parts and tires are taxed in Arkansas. Thx-Ace
  10. I typically plant 3 to 4 mph.
  11. I might have a good 310 crank. But 8m8n Arkansas.
  12. I hope for the best and stay safe. I had a big flood a few years ago. Most of my farm was underwater. Almost got my shop. Inches from being inside. House was never threatened.
  13. I was running my 4366 when I started hearing an odd scrapey sound. I stopped and it kept on. So I revved the engine and it kinda followed engine speed but quit at idle. I revved it up enough to make the sound and got off to look. It was the fan hitting the shroud. I shut it off and felt of the wobble in the fan (no motor mounts to go bad here) and it was loose as a goose but no leak. I've had them get all loosy before and not leak. I got it to a good spot to change the pump. I've got a good used one for now. How can these 400 series pumps get so loose but not leak water??? Thx-Ace
  14. I got plenty of bugs and snakes but no salt!
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