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  1. This is my first post in any forum ever. So bear with me, I'm old and tend to ramble. I post here to ask the community for their advice and recommendations. I have a F 966 #2510175U009030, built I believe in 1971. This ole girl is located at a hunting, fishing lodge on the shores of Big Sand Lake in northern Manitoba Canada. The tractor was purchased new and driven up on a winter road that no longer exists. We are a fly in lodge with our own unimproved runway. Everything we get must be flown up to us at great expense. This machine has been used hard by many different people every summer o
  2. I have a 1066 Hydro that I am servicing. When I pulled the transmission charge filter, the by-pass valve came out in pieces. I thought about attempting to reinstall it, but a couple of the pieces look damaged. Any ideas if the valve can be purchased independently? I can't seem to find any hits on one, or the filter head. Filter head part # 538653R2. Any help is appreciated!
  3. I have a 986 that has been leaking some hydraulic fluid. Finally tracked it down to the stem that comes out of the top of the transmission that connects to the ta lever. It only leaks when the ta is in high. Doesn’t matter if it’s idling or at pto speed. I assume there are some orings that seal but I’m not sure where to start as far as taking it apart. I’m hoping not to have to tear it down completely. I thought I’d ask if anybody else has been in the same problem and has any advice or information
  4. OK, I know this is a long shot but I also know that there is a wealth of knowledge on this forum and just thought someone might have a suggestion. Here's the scoop: Buckeye Super D Wheel Trencher. This is out of what they call the "midship" transmission. I'd call it a transfer case since it is what selects front, rear or all wheel drive plus high and low. After 50 years of faithful service and 3 generations of operators it decided to "retire" in the middle of a field in the middle of a drainage tile installation job. New bearings & seals available from local bearing di
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