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On 6/27/2020 at 9:45 PM, ky966boy said:

Is there anyway to tell by serial # not that is matters to me just wondering. It’s 1u 008614 . 

What does the tag say in the cab? It should tell what tractor the cab was on originally. It looks like this...

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7 minutes ago, FarmallFan said:

What does the tag say in the cab? It should tell what tractor the cab was on originally. It looks like this...

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I’ll look today

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10 minutes ago, ky966boy said:

No dice it unreadable been painted over some time .

What's the bottom serial number tag say in the cab?  It should be a stamped tag. Or put pictures on here of them.

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6 hours ago, ky966boy said:

Serviced it to think it needed it 

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Yeah those are nasty 

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Still trying to figure out if cab is factory it’s a 81 about 300 from end seems like I read that late models had longer wing glasses is that right? 

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Can you wire brush the paint off the bottom serial number tag in the cab, those are stamped, so the numbers shouldn't disappear.

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3 hours ago, IHC5488 said:

Can you wire brush the paint off the bottom serial number tag in the cab, those are stamped, so the numbers shouldn't disappear.

I’ll try to but I’m thinking it’s and older cab windows are 30 1/4

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On 7/28/2020 at 3:59 PM, IHC5488 said:

Can you wire brush the paint off the bottom serial number tag in the cab, those are stamped, so the numbers shouldn't disappear.

Found one right above steps hadn’t seen it before was black also it says 86 series 20282 does that mean anything thing?

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14 hours ago, ky966boy said:

Found one right above steps hadn’t seen it before was black also it says 86 series 20282 does that mean anything thing?

That is the actual serial number of the cab. I don't remember what the serial number break is when the cab windows changed. The tag I showed earlier is the ROPS certification tag that shows what tractor the cab was on when it was new. (I swapped my ROPS and cab serial numbers when we replaced the cab on my Hydro 186. The cab was originally on a 3788)

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He’s wanting a turbo bad for his tractor he’s in tool and die and I’m in maintenance at work. I told he to buy a turbo surely we could get it on there. 

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1 hour ago, ky966boy said:

He’s wanting a turbo bad for his tractor he’s in tool and die and I’m in maintenance at work. I told he to buy a turbo surely we could get it on there. 

He has a 786 and wants a turbo for it? Do i understand that correctly?

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8 hours ago, Reichow7120 said:

He has a 786 and wants a turbo for it? Do i understand that correctly?

No 786 is mine and has a turbo he has the 886 and wants a turbo.

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We have a local customer running a 786 that dealer black smithed a turbo on many years ago. Dealer cut side hood and built a box around turbo, wish I had pictures of it today. I personally rebuilt the engine probably 20-25 years ago, last I knew it was still going. Poor thing was tied down on forage harvester and had it's guts pulled out for many years until they bought a Magnum 7220 to take it's place. 

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On 8/24/2020 at 6:05 AM, ky966boy said:

No 786 is mine and has a turbo he has the 886 and wants a turbo.

Do some searching for the post about a guy adding one to his 766, or there was a very well done thread about a dt360 swap into a 706 I think.  

Just to find the number of the Cummins manifold to fit the 360. Or get Ed Leamans set up and build from there. 

Unless his 886 has the 358 in it...then gonna be more of a do it yourself deal, there are lots out there, maybe find one in Europe, but hard to find here and not known to be cheap. 

From the pic I think it's the 360 but cant see much of motor.  Plenty of room under an 86 hood to make whatever you want fit!

 

 

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1 minute ago, Super A_sepa said:

Do some searching for the post about a guy adding one to his 766, or there was a very well done thread about a dt360 swap into a 706 I think.  

Just to find the number of the Cummins manifold to fit the 360. Or get Ed Leamans set up and build from there. 

Unless his 886 has the 358 in it...then gonna be more of a do it yourself deal, there are lots out there, maybe find one in Europe, but hard to find here and not known to be cheap. 

From the pic I think it's the 360 but cant see much of motor.  Plenty of room under an 86 hood to make whatever you want fit!

 

 

Yes it’s a 360 . What’s Ed Leamans set up is it a kit he sales ?

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26 minutes ago, ky966boy said:

Yes it’s a 360 . What’s Ed Leamans set up is it a kit he sales ?

Ed has been getting a manifold built to mount a turbo on the 312 and 360s, I dont believe he has a "kit" per say for the rest of it but might be able to give some ideas what would fit. That manifold has the exhaust and intake sides switched from "normal" on like a 1066 but on an 886 with no fuel tank under the hood that isnt much of an issue. 

Thinking more that might help you on the 86s at least to get the exhaust further away from the cab instead of a 66 type set up since Ed's puts the exhaust out the front. 

I'm not sure if the cummins setup would let you turn it real easily or not. 

I have an IH turbo manifold on a 360 in my 826 and that would be the manifold Ed's was based off of.

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