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Think I blew a MCV gasket in the 806......


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47 minutes ago, Brian S said:

What a difference in length versus the Hy Capacity spring. 

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True but the  HC inner spring coils are also way heavier, so mis leading. 

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Well Gents, I fired it up just a little bit ago. Things seem pretty good. Steering gets a little tough as you get close to the stops either direction,  but there is no more squealing and I don’t loose lube pressure once it’s warm. I’ll get the chisel plow on it this week and put it thru it’s paces to verify everything seems good in the field. Clutch pressures stayed around 280 and lube was hanging in at 18 psi. All in all, I’m moving in the right direction. 

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55 minutes ago, TP from Central PA said:

I learn alittle more with every one of the MCV topics on here..................

You and me both. Only two topics I’ve asked about in here were MCV related. There’s a lot of great information in all the minds on here. 

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2 hours ago, Brian S said:

You and me both. Only two topics I’ve asked about in here were MCV related. There’s a lot of great information in all the minds on here. 

I have had a bunch apart, still learning...................I personally think alot of the TA bad reputation is guys putting in the TA and never bothering to look at the MCV, atleast where I am at.  

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