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  1. Hough h50 payloader

    I found a Hough H50 payloader for sale not too far from me and I was wanting to see if anyone on here has/had any experience with them? Looks in pics to have a 282d in it and guy says it has a clutch like a tractor, not a torque converter type trans. I'm wondering what areas to look at closely when I lay eyes on it. Can a 3rd valve be added for a grapple very easily? Are there any parts available for these? Any insight would be appreciated, thanks
  2. Head gasket for D-282, best one.........

    Last couple we did got the felpro head kit from Napa, it's cheaper than CIH and also includes the injector rings and lifter cover gasket, which cih does not. I also put studs in from Murphy's. I've had a lot less head trouble since
  3. Grinder mixers bearcat, nh, etc

    Yes the mixermill market is unbelievable! Neighbor wants 1800 for the bearcat, think I'll pass. I have seen a few nh sell at auction and they bring way more than what I can justify spending. Guess I'll keep using owatonna until I find something different!
  4. I would like to upgrade our grinder mixer. Have an owatonna now that does work, but I'd like to go to hyd drive instead of all these bevel gears and chains. Neighbor has a bearcat 950 for sale. Has 1 turn left on hammers, drive belts have a few holes in them from small rocks looks like, shedded, 1000 rpm. Anybody have one of these? It looks like after going thru hammers, feed is blown into the duster then falls to auger that goes to hopper. Does this ever plug? Can the hammers be disengaged so the loading auger can be used to fill mill with shelled corn? I feed out my lambs all summer and don't grind corn just mix shelled corn and pellets. The owatonna must be filled in the back because the loading auger only runs when hammers are running. Used to have a farmhand that would work using loading auger, but it wore out. Any one have suggestions on mixer mills? Scale would be nice too
  5. 656 pto slippage

    Had one years ago that would make a groaning noise on engagement. Overhauled it and still made noise and seemed to slip a little. Finally got a gauge and found pressure was too low. Internals were fine, but the overcenter linkage was worn enough that it would lean in toward center of the tractor. It wouldn't pull spool valve up enough to get correct pressure. After replacing that we never had anymore trouble.
  6. COLD

    Poles are 5.5 ft on the ground and all perlins are on walls and rafters every 2 ft. Rafters have catwalks and are cross braced with 2x6s. Also have steel strapping bracing on walls and rafters. The south wall where the overhead doors will be is chained to posts driven into the ground at 45°. On the windy days they did chain to the telehandler. We needed another week of warmer weather to sheet it, but it's supposed to get a little warmer by the end of this week. My neighbors are doing the work, we help when we can. Just got the ewes sheared on Friday, and should get started lambing by end of the week. That may take me away from the building.
  7. COLD

    -27° yesterday at 7 am, got colder as sun came up down to -31°. -28° this morning right now. Supposed to slowly warm by end of week. I have a load of steel to put on my new shed but it has to be warmer than this! Tractors really put out a fog! The 5288 on the bale processor headed down to feed cows a mile away. The 560 still has #2 fuel in it. Covering the engine really helps. We sure are spoiled with cabs with heaters!
  8. removing the front axle pin on 1466

    Did that on a buddy's 1486 last year. Bushings were bad also, so I just cut pin off with torch between tube and front bolster then removed 4 bolts and front bolster and put it in my homemade press. I used a 20 ton bottle Jack and applied some heat and pop! pop! out it came. A portapower would be handy though
  9. Mx110 hyd noise

    Got an eye on it yesterday. It doesn't sound like cavitation, but the loader shudders as it raises, kinda like it has a little air in the system. Also when the steering is up against the stop, it makes the same chatter. He held grapple at the end of its stroke, and I could see the pressure hose to the loader joystick valves really jerking. I don't know really anything about these newer hyd pumps/systems.
  10. Mx110 hyd noise

    Neighbors mx110 makes kind of a E-E-E chatter when he uses the loader to raise or roll bucket back. Makes same noise when deadheading a remote. Steering and trans work done. Hyd filter had 150 hrs on it but changed it again anyway. Cut it open and it didn't have any metal in it. When it is making the noise, the large line going from filter to remotes vibrates. It has joystick for loader. Is there a relief valve or something that may be sticking? Has close to 12k hrs on it. Any ideas? thanks, Rob
  11. 7120 no tach or gear indicator

    Sensor is hooked up and no broken wires up to where they enter the harness, but I haven't pulled it out yet. Trying to finish corn harvest, so as long as the tractor works we're going. Got around 100 acres left and last 70 have to haul up a steep hill on a dirt trail 2 hoppers worth at a time. Hope to be done by sometime Tuesday. Then have some stalks to bale for bedding and we're trying to get a machine shed up before full blown winter gets here. I'll let you know what I find
  12. 7120 no tach or gear indicator

    My 93 7120s tach stopped working this morning. First couple loads on the grain cart it was fine, then last one the tach just reads 0. Mph seems to work, but it won't put up a gear on the screen. Tractor works fine otherwise. The tach sensor is on the top of the pump drive correct? Is there a way to check it or just replace and hope that's It? Thanks, Rob
  13. 7120 no tach or gear indicator

    My 93 7120s tach stopped working this morning. First couple loads on the grain cart it was fine, then last one the tach just reads 0. Mph seems to work, but it won't put up a gear on the screen. Tractor works fine otherwise. The tach sensor is on the top of the pump drive correct? Is there a way to check it or just replace and hope that's It? Thanks, Rob
  14. 2388 top sieve

    Forgot about checking high idle, and my wife runs combine, so after broke both bolts holding right side chaffer rail, I checked. Someone had high idle no load at 2800! I adjusted throttle stop screw back to 2510 wot, idle at 1000+ or -. Hope this helps my sieve problems. Have about 300 acres of corn to go, so we'll see
  15. Rotor speed on corn

    I didn't know how far to drop concaves, there is a space between cage and concaves now. Cobs are mostly whole but chopper gets a few. I'll slow rotor more and possibly drop concave. Chaffer is around 1/2", and shoe is a little less. Chaffer could be closed a little, getting a few pieces of trash too. Have heard that running rotor too slow grinds also because cobs can't get out quick enough