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Brent1086

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About Brent1086

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  • Birthday 10/09/1975

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    Aledo, Texas W/of FTWorth

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  1. Here is my 5088 before its fire. Love some 88s.
  2. I have injector lines loose at the pump and have ran the battery down twice trying to bleed it. I am afraid something has happened in the pump.
  3. I changed and blued the fuel filters on my 485. It has fuel to the injection pump, but it is not getting fuel to the injectors. What do I do or look for next?
  4. I am pretty sure the fire started on/in the cab. I was not using the tractor, it had been sitting for a week or so. The baler is a goner also.
  5. My 5088 burned last week. I dont know the cause, but suspect electrical? It had been sitting for a week or so. This was a great tractor just rolled over 7400 hours. Other than tires and a few odds and ends it was cheap to run, never left me with work to do.
  6. Thanks, I replaced damper three years ago. I had ordered seal then but it didn't arrive , and I needed to use tractor. I will check before I reinstall. I will check pump orings as well. Thanks again
  7. The front seal has started leaking on my 5088. Is there anything I need to know before ordering parts? Thanks
  8. Can anyone tell me which part is the signal check? I am going to pull fuel tank and look at the priority valve. Think I will look at the signal checks also. Thanks
  9. I was cutting hay today and when I tried to close the cutter up it wouldn't close. I tried it on the 3rd set and nothing. I then moved it to the 1st set and it works. I normally run up down on the first set and open, close on the second. Where do I start looking to fix This? Thank you
  10. We are going to try to make our first red power this year. If you could only make it for one day which day would it be? Thanks in advance.
  11. This is my grandad sitting on the horse trough filling it up
  12. Funny about that can on the exhaust, my grandad was religious about keeping a can on the exhaust even in the shed. The tractor hasn't seen the sun since 2003. I took plugs out and put oil in cylinders every spring since then.
  13. Just wanted to show off some family history. My grandad bought this tractor new in February of 1947. Tractor, lister, cultivate for the total of $1645.00. He got to pick It put and drive It off of the rail car. It is one of the brown ones produced just after ww2. It is coming to live at my house.
  14. No, that is all there is. The only time ours come unhitched is when dad drives too fast in a rough field. Grease the shaft that the hitch rides on. We use a 1/2" or so pin that is 12" long.
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