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Busy times, injection pump job on skid, then 4 tractors split for various repairs engine or trans. 

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Looks 

Ike a heap of repair bills right there. 

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Yep , and the frost is out of the ground and the dirt work is starting here and my shop has projects that need to get done before before I get in the dozer 😳

Danny

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18 minutes ago, DirtBoyz07 said:

Yep , and the frost is out of the ground and the dirt work is starting here and my shop has projects that need to get done before before I get in the dozer 😳

Danny

BETTER TO BE BUSY THAN NO WORK...

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Send some my way. Been sitting not doing a single thing for the last three days and I know it's just going to continue at my main job. Sat around all last summer taking turns mowing and trimming.

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5 hours ago, CIHTECH said:

Busy times, injection pump job on skid, then 4 tractors split for various repairs engine or trans. 

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I pity the person that has to remove the inj pump in that skid steer. What engine and what model skid steer

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Busy here too. 856 in the shop for several things, D8 engine overhaul, fuel problem on 01 Dodge with Cummins, new hoist cylinder on a dump truck, broken pasture harrow, H needs a clutch, 2040 deere, TTX 230 McCormick, 7120 Magnum, CX80, new slack adjusters on a dump truck. Dt466 overhaul for a dump truck, 685 Case IH, AC 160 wiring harness and I'm sure I'm forgetting things.

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Glad to see business is good at your shop.  Work safe!!

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6 hours ago, dale560 said:

I pity the person that has to remove the inj pump in that skid steer. What engine and what model skid steer

I done it myself.........not a bad job. I enjoy a good challenge. This one is front gear train engine instead of rear like the 400 series machines. Engine is an FPT F5CE in a SR200

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2 hours ago, Matt Kirsch said:

You must be down to cinder blocks and cardboard boxes to hold up the tractor when you get to the fourth split, LOL.

I have it down to a science, attach over head hoist system to front end pick up a little bit, throw a jack stand under rear half and start taking bolts out, like to see bottom just crack open as I take bolts out then roll'em apart. Actually 2 more was split on other side of shop but not in picture.

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26 minutes ago, CIHTECH said:

I done it myself.........not a bad job. I enjoy a good challenge. This one is front gear train engine instead of rear like the 400 series machines. Engine is an FPT F5CE in a SR200

I didn’t mind working on them either once you figured out the sequence after first attempt. Just close wuarters

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