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  1. I had been using the 52 all winter to grind hay, then the wife indicated that ac when raking would be nice. Put it back on the haybuster a few weeks ago and no pto, wouldn't even spin empty. Finally pulled it out last night and found this. The clearance in the clutch pack looks good. I had a dual speed unit on hold for me at a salvage yard, but think I'll put the 1000 back in since it looks so good yet. The gear was laying behind third link cover and the bolt and washer were in the bottom. Any more parts to be looking for? I think a bit of blue loctite is in order. Any idea on a torque value?
  2. Dads 656 is hard to start if it runs out of fuel, even after bleeding air from filters and have a clear stream.at pump. We pull start it, sometimes takes a fair distance, but much better than grinding on the starter. My planter pump has a hard time displacing air in the system after winter, this may be no different
  3. Happy Birthday! Sdman has provided me a lot of help! Thanks for the forum participation!
  4. Worked on a 95 PS for a neighbor once that diagnostic connector was dead. It shares power fuse for cigarette lighter, his grandkids had dropped a dime into lighter socket and popped fuse
  5. Thanks SD, this close to planting I'll probably just run back to remote if it doesn't make too much heat. The vac fan is pto powered so the deltaforce is really only hydraulic load except when raising/lowering. Seems like AC worked better after pto pump was installed
  6. Yup, the meters are electric, plus the air compressor for the clean sweep set up, electric auto steer and the planter monitors/controls and then add lights at night and it's more than the tractor alternator can cover
  7. Yes it's a 16 row 1250 that we added the deltaforce onto. What do I need to add to have correct motor return? This double coupler on top of the hydraulic couplers is only return that I know of on the tractor. Last year I had pressure and return from deltaforce hooked up to the #3 remote
  8. Finally got a pic of my mx200 drain set up. Is this a sufficient case drain? This is where vac fan drain went until I installed the pto pump set up. But had to spin blower wheel to get fan motor to run when warm.Just wondering if this contributed to its failure? Only thing hooked up there now is the case drain from the precision hyd powered alternator which is tied into the down force set up. Also, should the return hose from the down force be plumbed into the same drain or is it ok to run back to remote?
  9. We try to run odd number of bulls, so if pairs are fighting there is at least one to be breeding
  10. Bottom is IH and right side is #1, can tell because between 2 and 3 is larger hole in gasket for rocker lube pressure on left (pushrod side). Gasket can easily be installed backwards which blocks off oil to rockers. Some blocks have guide dowels, I've had a couple without, just use a 1/2" cut off bolt for alignment front and rear of block. There are studs available and what I put in. The right side head bolts (exhaust side) go thru what looks like a tube pressed into head, I've seen where the tube rotted out half way down and after torquing, the spacer under head of bolt would press into the head also
  11. So does return oil go thru filter then ? Hose sprung a pinhole leak that leaks whenever tractor is running, so might just get a tee and make up new hose to go trans. All it runs now is a hydraulic hypro pump on my summers sprayer
  12. Oops, picture rotated. Top is bottom now
  13. Top gasket has 134400A1 stamped in it, came from CIH, looks exactly like the felpro 8334 that used to be commonly available at napa. Lower one is an aftermarket, possibly reliance but no markings on package or gasket itself. Even felpro uses a rubber washer for coolant passages on right side of head. Cheap gasket came missing 5 of the rubber gaskets. It was ordered from Bates using the ih number 134403A1 head kit. They sent me another, but it failed in half hour, forcing compression into coolant, but no external leaks. My tractor was rebuild less than 10 years ago and block was decked and counterbores machined to set sleeve stand out at .004. Putting a felpro gasket back in and using the spray can trick solved problem for now. When head was off the second time i had it pressure checked and was fine. Good luck!
  14. My 7120 has a drain plumbed into the top rear port of hydraulic filter base. It was this way when I got it 3k hours ago. I had the hydraulic drive motor hoses off my sprayer pump last summer and started tractor for some reason and the drain hose pumped oil out, so not sure this is the correct place to put the drain?
  15. Seen many with pitting on #2, its directly below exhaust outlet of manifold. Pitting occured during years of probably outdoor storage and moisture infiltration during that time. Impossible to surface head enough to clean that up without dropping below minimum head thickness. I have more than one 560 here with the same affliction, still run fine and get used daily
  16. We've had a couple that acted like that. My son uses royal purple max clean fuel additive, about 20 oz bottle. Fill new fuel filter with rp and start and let engine run for 30 to 45 seconds to get treatment into pump, then shut off and let sit for 12 hrs. Add rest of treatment to a low tank of fuel. After 12 hrs, restart and rev, if it still dies, shut off and let sit another 12 hrs. We've had good luck unsticking governor that way. Worst was on a 560 that sat for number of years, took a couple days to get that loose. May be worth a try!
  17. Just went thru this on my 560. Had a felpro in it that failed on #3 so compression got to water ports. By the way, to my knowledge only water ports on the right side. Had head checked, planed slightly. Felpro head set # 8334B is a good number, but napa could not get one. An internet search showed multiple vendors but nothing in stock or available. Head set from CIH 425, so the mrs found a set from Bates for 170? Ordered 2, showed up, no label, definitely not felpro, head gasket very cheaply made. The water ports on right side were chinsy looking and 5 of the steel/rubber inserts were missing! Bates sent another. I installed it dry at machine shops instructions, usually I coat it with copper cote. Warmed with block heater, retorque and had it idling while greasing the loader. Before I knew it, it was puking antifreeze again. I pulled head again, hard to read the gasket. Head pressure checked, good and flat. I got just head gasket, looks like felpro but no markings, from case, 200, but dealer has open house special so 10% off. Also I have arp studs in this engine. This tractor runs daily loading cattle feed, this is first failure since I put studs in 6 + years ago. Bolts would fail at least every other year. Hope to get it out late today. I will second Danny's aluminum paint trick!
  18. Just had this problem on our 1456. Feeding cows with a bale processor, first bale went through, but second bale, no pto spin. Came home, checked pressure, zero. Thought must be pin in spool valve. Nope, ended up pulling pto, front coupler was installed backwards by PO and shaft only engaged splines by 1/4". Shaft was ok, had a extra coupler from spare pto, but brakes were worn down so overhauled pto while out, only 2 worn friction discs. A few hours work and back at it!
  19. They most likely are, probably weak pump or seal. This is just make shift repair to get to warmer weather, lol
  20. I guess I hadn't thought of pushing fluid back in thru plug on back of mcv. Have bled air out of that plug and considered running a hose from there to the sump with a ball valve in line. Figured just open valve and start tractor and hopefully air would bled immediately then close valve. I replaced mcv pump on my 1586 last year, it was bad, bushing wore bad behind drive gear and shaft had plenty of slop in it, but never had priming issues, just sluggish steering especially when temp below 0. On this 10 there is a short 3/8 hose running from valve stack to sump. I believe it was a signal line for pfc system. It showed a little over 100 psi when a remote was activated. I plumbed that to supercharge port on bottom of mcv. Was 40 degrees yesterday and everything worked fine. Cooling off next few days so will see if my afro-engineering worked. Probably should replace pump but brother is tighter than bark on a tree and seems to be perfectly happy just getting by
  21. My brother's 1086 is a late model that has been converted to a gear pump. I replaced the gear pump a couple years ago and resealed suction tube to filter housing. Hitch and 3 pt prime great and work fine. Problem is in cold weather or even 50 degree days the mcv pump doesn't always pick up prime. He has best luck spinning steering wheel fast instantly on start up then works fine and steers easily. Below 30° is a real bi*** to get it primed. I'm wondering if there is a way to plumb up a supercharge line to mcv to help cold weather priming? Any one ever done anything like this? Maybe just needs new pump, but works great after priming. Filter changed regularly and new hytran at hitch pump replacement time. Tractor is virtually worthless in wintertime
  22. The 97 powerstroke came here to die, jr bought it for the wheels. I fixed steering column, replaced clutch, ball joints and axle u joints. Jr thought it needed more smoke, so he rebuilt injectors to larger specs and rebuilt turbo and deleted back pressure valve. Added a tuner, can make it roll coal now. I had him dial it down because I "didn't drive it right", lol. I shifted at low rpms, not at 3k like he suggested. Works well enough for a trailer puller. Bonus was the art was already on it when it arrived. The 96 ranger was driven by my kids to school until they could afford to upgrade. 2.3L, 5 spd, no air,pw,pl, or cruise. Great little runner pickup. Had a cattle man here looking at fats one time, he asked if the ranger was what I drove to get to the "good" truck, haha
  23. Not sure how much compression is added, but sure can tell difference after head rebuild. Been a few years since I had one off, but I was thinking that exhaust valves actually had a positive dimension? They needed to be removed to plane the head iirc, or am I confusing the 282 with something else?
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