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I backed her in shop for a winter project. Getting paint , stickers , muffler eliminator and  lights working. The more I look at it the better shape it is think some one took care of it and the 3200 hrs on tach maybe right. At the risk of getting whipped on I’m thinking about painting roof red . I did a cabbed 1086 like that once and  liked it . Does some kind of insulation go under bottom of the roof it looks like maybe something did . AE3D06B4-7011-473D-A1C7-F5FDE3731E0D.thumb.jpeg.463f5b384dae828322ebe67c7a8a20ff.jpeg827FCFFC-13CE-4B1C-B90B-96DB86FB6846.thumb.jpeg.0d388e6fdd241e3c57ec521a3523137a.jpegAE3D06B4-7011-473D-A1C7-F5FDE3731E0D.thumb.jpeg.463f5b384dae828322ebe67c7a8a20ff.jpegAE3D06B4-7011-473D-A1C7-F5FDE3731E0D.thumb.jpeg.463f5b384dae828322ebe67c7a8a20ff.jpeg827FCFFC-13CE-4B1C-B90B-96DB86FB6846.thumb.jpeg.0d388e6fdd241e3c57ec521a3523137a.jpeg05F0CBEA-B53A-4697-B7F2-F6F19FE69BF9.thumb.jpeg.d65259191f7dbff54326f9697c3a02be.jpeg57A7B4CD-BD98-41BC-B353-7053AB966569.thumb.jpeg.edab3b71f7a883adac59e95e61cf00d1.jpegE5EE57A1-9CE7-4226-A11C-B23E2ACECAC3.thumb.jpeg.c2a1fcc1abec42f09108097effad6007.jpeg

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If it doesn't have a turbo I would not put an eliminator on it.   I've heard they are really loud just being a NA engine.   If it has been upgrade with a turbo then an eliminator is the way to go, as it's not much louder without the muffler on a turbo tractor. 

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Red roof if you like it. I plan to paint my 186 can roof red and possibly black posts 

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About done with her now a little touch up and clean up to go. Also went ahead and got most of stuff to turbo it , missing both oil lines . Was wondering if a kit like in picture would work.EB4A2ABB-FB61-4C03-8698-6F487870361E.thumb.jpeg.e86b5e58dd69ba29e5c8450660e3b767.jpeg527C038B-17E4-4AFC-8935-1C342AF89223.thumb.png.50445dfebec73e72c20fd0a17fdb6a62.pngC11DC4F2-5886-49CD-9890-DD85C3589092.thumb.png.7396c88eab34b57fedea2ed66cb1e582.png

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40 minutes ago, B.B. said:

Your tractor but I’d get the original parts from a donor tractor 

 

tractor looks nice! 

That’s where I got the rest but it was missing oil lines

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You will have to (a) remove oil cooler to get drain fitting threaded into block or (b) get creative. I have cut the barded portion of fitting off, then cut threads down into elbow. Once you've done that you can thread a barded fitting into elbow fitting. May have to shorten barded fitting or drain tube to make this work can't remember anymore, been years since I added a turbo to a 400 series engine. 

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1 hour ago, CIHTECH said:

You will have to (a) remove oil cooler to get drain fitting threaded into block or (b) get creative. I have cut the barded portion of fitting off, then cut threads down into elbow. Once you've done that you can thread a barded fitting into elbow fitting. May have to shorten barded fitting or drain tube to make this work can't remember anymore, been years since I added a turbo to a 400 series engine. 

Your talking about if I use an aftermarket kit?

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1 hour ago, ky966boy said:

Not having and luck local finding those lines .

Bates Inc ? 

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2 hours ago, bitty said:

Bates Inc ? 

They do have them I just checked didn’t know about them about $200 for new ones if I can’t find used ones I’ll get them. Thanks

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2 hours ago, ky966boy said:

They do have them I just checked didn’t know about them about $200 for new ones if I can’t find used ones I’ll get them. Thanks

Which lines are you looking for? The feed and drain lines off the turbo?

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7 hours ago, acem said:

Pm me. I'll get you a set.

If he needs the 90° fitting for the drain line the oil cooler has to be unbolted to remove that. Often overlooked

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