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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    it DEFFINEATELY could be the return line leaking unde rthe VC

    i'd normally look at shaft / umbrella seals in a pump.. but if yours is rebuilt.. then.. look at the stem in the tank and the return line..

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    I am planning to remove valve cover this weekend.

    I have all the repair manuals & parts book, but there is no mention
    of checking the return line - what to look for & how to
    spot the problem. (I used the forums to even get good
    Info. As to the possible issue). If the internal fuel return line is the
    issue, is this a straight up replacement or can they normally be repaired?

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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-image-jpgI did squeeze in the time to tack the driver's
    side panel together this pm. The two sides are
    Matching up nicely. I'm going to try & clean it
    up and maybe get a little primer on it just to
    Keep rust off. Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-image-jpgFord 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-image-jpgFord 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-image-jpgFord 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-image-jpg

    Sorry for the poor quality pictures, I'm not very good
    With these mobile devices.
    Last edited by bennevis; 02-21-2013 at 08:28 PM. Reason: I can't operate these dang phones!

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    Gonna get this hood sorted out properly & primed this weekend.Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-004-jpgFord 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-006-jpg

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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    Looks great.
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    Looks good, could you post a pic of how you have the rear ROPS attached to the rear, I want to add this to my tractor and I just want to see how other people have done it

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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    rops attach to the rear axle at the fender bolt locations.

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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    Quote Originally Posted by Varmint1 View Post
    Looks good, could you post a pic of how you have the rear ROPS attached to the rear, I want to add this to my tractor and I just want to see how other people have done it
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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    Quote Originally Posted by Varmint1 View Post
    Looks good, could you post a pic of how you have the rear ROPS attached to the rear, I want to add this to my tractor and I just want to see how other people have done it
    I built subframe from front to back & bolted it every place the housings came together. I also bolted a cradle underneath each. I did attach the back end at fender bolts, but also added a cradle bar underneath. Everything is tied together, I don't know if the set-up is proper, but it is pretty stout. I don't have any photos with me, but I will take some tomorrow. If you look at my first or second post, there may be a few there.

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    Default Re: Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)

    These were in the thread earlier, I just copied them. They are hard to make out, will get better ones...Ford 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-img_4533-jpgFord 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-img_4535-jpgFord 841D - first tractor project (modifications)-img_4537-jpg(the bit next to subframe in 2nd photo is just a return for rear remotes).

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