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Repairs of the 766

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Brought this 766 last summer.  It’s only duty now is to plow snow in the winter.  If we get big drifts,  maybe spin the snowblower. Maybe 1 day it will looks nice Carl’s.

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Calcium has been leaking out both rear tubes.  Finally had enough of that,  had tire guy come out.  Valve stems were close to ripping off tubes.  He hauled away fluid & tubes.  Wired wheel one rim tonite,  did it outside.  What a mess that was.  Left side is worse.

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Cool tractor!

you will be glad you are getting rid of that fluid. 

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We had a neighbor south of us had a 766 with white cab years ago, that’s the only one I ever saw around here. That cab is nice for winter work👍

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Grandfather,  Dad,  myself plowed snow with 53 SuperW6.  It’s time for a cab tractor.  Had a fan motor,  but no heater core!  Got one from local wrecker as core is no longer available from caseIH.  Ran heater hoses,  haven’t finished that project yet.

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Both rims cleaned up,  got Dad painting them today.  Ordered couldn’t put new tubes.

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