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    Default International 186 Hydro

    Tractor was working in the field and lost all hydrostatic drive, steering, auxilary remotes, and I believe PTO (I havent 100% determined the PTO for sure). It is just a running engine at the moment.

    Is there some type of coupler on the flywheel that splines the entire drive system to the engine, or is it possible that a hydraulic pump or charge pump failure could cause loss of everything?
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    Default Re: International 186 Hydro

    I'd say that it is the flexplate at the back of engine. Simple split!

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    Default Re: International 186 Hydro

    Good call.



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