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    CIH 4230

    BIL has a 4230- open station MFWD we use at the chicken houses. Tractor has lost steering and F/R function. It is not a powershift, standard F/R shuttle. I have just gotten pdf service manual printed. I am borrowing a friends flow meter this weekend, but ran the steering relief and cylinder internal leak and F/R shuttle tests today. By specs, failed both. 3 point is flawless (lives with a box blade on the back) and front end loader- which runs off remotes- also works perfect. I don’t think it’s a pump or flow issue. Any ideas for direction as I dive in appreciated.
  2. We run a 300 gal 3 pt sprayer on a 666. You’ll put weights on the front or steer with the brakes- choice is yours.
  3. I’m not sure I’d really want to know
  4. Thanks- think I'll leave it in the bag.
  5. I'm going back together with the first hydraulic TA I've ever installed. I've done several mechanical TA's on our smaller frame tractors. The bag with the quill gear shims and o-ring from Hy-Cap had a metal "pin" in it- roughly 3/8 diameter and maybe 1/2" long. I don't recall seeing anything like it pulling the old one out. What is it for and where does it go? Thanks in advance- seems fairly straight forward but I don't want to screw anything up.
  6. Buccaneer should be rain fast in an hour- most f the 4 lb ae formulations were. I’d give it a goo chance before I re-sprayed. You may be surprised.
  7. That’s what I was thinking- fins are mighty close together for cleaning. Thanks.
  8. FIL choked up combine cutting oats. Oats ran over auger bed and fan is full of em. Any suggestions on cleaning them out or is it a major worry?
  9. Heel could be a bone spur. Fella I work with had surgery to have one ground down- helped him a lot.
  10. Ole fella here had his wife ask him if her pants made her butt look big. He replied no bigger than it is.... DID NOT work out well.
  11. Prayer sent... but I ain’t sayin for who.
  12. Prayers for you and your family from SC
  13. Forefront was aminopyralid + 2,4-D. They dropped Forefront and went with GrazonNext, which amazingly enough is aminopyralid + 2,4-D. Graslan is picloram + 2,4-D, which is the old GrazonNext P+D. They did use the new choline 2,4-D formulation in the Graslan which greatly improves volatility and drift. Again, I would recommend Graslan or GrazonNext at 2.0 pints/ac plus NIS at 1 qt/100 gals. It won’t be a one year and done deal- soil seed bank will be an issue.
  14. 2.0 pints/ac Graslan or GrazonNext plus non-ionic surfactant at a quart/100gals. Forget the dish soap, surfactant is cheap and dish soap does not do the same job.
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