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  1. like they say, not enough hp can’t get it done. 😄😏. Or something like that. Lol no the rake tractor went down, and this was the most handy. got it done lol. 20 hp. per wheel. feel free to add to this. What have you overkilled?
  2. Had two oldest make First Communion Sunday. Had a cook out then did some field work. ( just enjoying the day ) we had some drains I wanted to work up For the renter. My boy is ten decided to put him in control lol. He done a fi e job
  3. Local consignment today. I was at work but got an update. Don’t know what anything else brought. Pretty clean machine overall. 5488, original hours, western interior, test harness. $21K.
  4. Anyone know what the serial number break is for the inline pump on a 5488? A buddy asked me. I did some searching and didn’t find anything or missed it. Thanks
  5. I’m putting seals in the rear axles of one of my 5488’s. Right side, no problem. Left side, ggrrrrrrrrr!!! Two different size seals on the tractor. The right side has a bushing that extends well out past the axle housing, at least 1/4”. The left side side bushing sits at exactly the same position as the end of the axle housing. That makes it a little tougher to get the seal started. To make it worse, someone has been in there and put a speedi-sleeve on the bushing, making a little lip for the seal to climb onto at the same time. No way the new seal is going on over that without folding over. So, looking on the parts website, they show 4 seal numbers and 2 bushing numbers. Does anyone know the differences in these part numbers? My local parts guy is OK but he can only order something and see what shows up to compare stuff. Here are the part numbers: seals are 143926C1, 143927C1, 1277120C91 (pkg), and 1277121C91 (pkg) - part #27 on the picture. Part #19 is the bushing, part numbers are 137771C2 and 143895C2. TIA, Ron
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