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  1. #21
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    Virginia Beach, VA
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    Satoh Beaver 2 wheel drive

    Default Re: Mitsubishi s-630 d bull

    Quote Originally Posted by timrj View Post
    Well guys we got the BULL started and tried it, the trans seems to be okay, the engine runs good, but the clutch is gone so were going to pull the engine and see what it needs. Do any of you have some tips on pulling
    the engine?
    So, what was the problem that made it impossible to start? Could be helpful information.

  2. #22
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    escalon, ca
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    43 Ford 9N, 08 craftsman 48in. lawn mower, Mitsubishi s-630 d

    Default Re: Mitsubishi s-630 d bull

    Quote Originally Posted by modifyit View Post
    So, what was the problem that made it impossible to start? Could be helpful information.
    I'm sorry it's not a problem with the engine it starts right up and runs good, we had to pull the engine to rebuild the clutch, but the engine is fine. Tim

  3. #23
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    43 Ford 9N, 08 craftsman 48in. lawn mower, Mitsubishi s-630 d

    Default Re: Mitsubishi s-630 d bull

    sorry it took so long to get back to the thread, the tractor got pushed to the side while i was getting parts repaired,
    but now we're working on it again. so i fond a shop in Apple Valley, CA. called Just Tractor Parts, and they rebuilt the
    clutch pack and i had the flywheel turned at a shop near me so we're almost ready to put it back in and start driving
    it. now i have a question i'd like to know if any of you guys know what type of oil this thing takes so engine, trans, diff, and on mine the loader hydraulics get oil from the diff. so if anyone knows about this i will appreciate the help, Thanks Tim.

  4. #24
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    07 Kioti DK45 SE HST/401 FEL

    Default Re: Mitsubishi s-630 d bull

    Sorry it took so long to respond. I use a brand name oils.

    Engine: I use a diesel rated 15 40 because I operate from -10 to 100 Degree F.

    Transmission: I use a 40 wt hydraulic oil as this is the reservoir for the hydraulics. Slow in winter but ok in summer. I would rather use a gear oil, but the hydraulics will not work with it. Tried it, don't work.

    Final drives each wheel: 85 90 gear oil
    Don
    Kioti DK45 SE HST/401 FEL, 7 ft landscape rake, 4 ft QA forks, 7' Fisher snowplow converted to QA, Satoh Bull 630D w/fel (being restored) JD 317, mower, tiller

  5. #25
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    43 Ford 9N, 08 craftsman 48in. lawn mower, Mitsubishi s-630 d

    Default Re: Mitsubishi s-630 d bull

    Okay thanks, and for the engine i did use a 15w40 but i also used Lucas Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer. I have this in my 43 ford 9N and we've used it in some other tractors, it really helps. heres some info, Increase oil life at least 50% longer.
    * Reduces oil consumption.
    * Eliminates dry starts.
    * Raises oil pressure.
    * Increases power and miles per gallon.

    So if you want to try it i think you'll like it , thanks again Tim.

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