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    Default Re: Montana shop manuals

    YOU ARE ALL WELCOME LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED ANYMORE HELP WITH YOUR MONTANA TRACTOR. I AM A SERVICE MANAGER FOR A DEALER IN CALIFORNIA BUT I LIKE TO HELP. SO HAVE FUN WITH YOUR MONTANA'S

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    You are an asset to the TBM Montana Owners, thank you!
    I would like a service manual for a 4344HST- just started doing the 50 hr service, a bit late. Am doing it in stages as i don't have the ability to catch all the fluid in one service. Did the Oil and ft diff today. greased it up. checked all the rest of the fluid. Have a few easy questions- ft of the left hand side of the engine is what looks like a power steering pump/reservoir (on a car), has a rubber plug/cap. We looked into it and saw nothing. Wondered what this was.
    Also, how do you change the oil in the ft hubs- do you remove the tires? How do you get the oil back in? small holes! What is the change interval for the fuel filter?
    I'll private message my e mail for the file.
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    2008 Montana 4344HST
    4' Brush Hog; 6' rear blade; 6' box blade

    "Thanks for the tractor Rick"
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    He's seeing to dig up a c5264 manual for myself as well - and it is very much appreciated.
    Thanks!
    -Ryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sackett2 View Post
    You are an asset to the TBM Montana Owners, thank you!
    I would like a service manual for a 4344HST- just started doing the 50 hr service, a bit late. Am doing it in stages as i don't have the ability to catch all the fluid in one service. Did the Oil and ft diff today. greased it up. checked all the rest of the fluid. Have a few easy questions- ft of the left hand side of the engine is what looks like a power steering pump/reservoir (on a car), has a rubber plug/cap. We looked into it and saw nothing. Wondered what this was.
    Also, how do you change the oil in the ft hubs- do you remove the tires? How do you get the oil back in? small holes! What is the change interval for the fuel filter?
    I'll private message my e mail for the file.
    Steve
    THE THING THAT LOOKS LIKE A POWER STEERING PUMP IS NOT. THE CAP CAN BE USED AS A ENGINE FILL. THE FRONT HUB'S THERE IS PLUGS AT THE BOTTOM THAT ARE THE DRAIN PLUGS THE BIGGER CAP ON TOP OF THE AXLE IS THE FILL POINT. YOUR FUEL FILTER YOU SHOULD CHANGE EVERY 50 TO 100 HOURS. NOTE YOU DONT NEED TO REMOVE THE TIRES. IF YOU NEED MORE TRACTION FOR YOU TRACTOR YOU CAN WATER FILL YOU TIRES (ALL FOUR TIRES HALF FULL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorbarry View Post
    THE THING THAT LOOKS LIKE A POWER STEERING PUMP IS NOT. THE CAP CAN BE USED AS A ENGINE FILL. THE FRONT HUB'S THERE IS PLUGS AT THE BOTTOM THAT ARE THE DRAIN PLUGS THE BIGGER CAP ON TOP OF THE AXLE IS THE FILL POINT. YOUR FUEL FILTER YOU SHOULD CHANGE EVERY 50 TO 100 HOURS. NOTE YOU DONT NEED TO REMOVE THE TIRES. IF YOU NEED MORE TRACTION FOR YOU TRACTOR YOU CAN WATER FILL YOU TIRES (ALL FOUR TIRES HALF FULL)
    your manual you sent sent me on the right path concerning the "PS Pump" item, and thanks for clarifing it. As a auto tech, I headed right for the valce cover to add the oil.
    The service manual says 500 hours on a fuel filter....
    The Hubs, I see the bottom plugs but feel if I open them catching the oil would be hard. I also see the "full" plug, but do not see a "fill" plug as in the ft Diff. Getting th oil in the small full hole would be fun... On the left hub there is a larger plug on aft side of it, but it is not duplicated on the rt hub..
    Oh well, its raing HARD right now, I'll address it later.
    Sackett aka "Steve"
    TSgt, USAF Ret. 1981-2001
    2008 Montana 4344HST
    4' Brush Hog; 6' rear blade; 6' box blade

    "Thanks for the tractor Rick"
    In memory of my brother
    Richard A. Hansen 1961-2008
    SSgt, USAF Ret. 1980-2000

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    Default Re: Montana shop manuals

    500 hrs is quite a run on a fuel filter, IMO. I think my manual calls for a 200 hr interval but I just change once a year with the engine oil (about 125 hrs or so at my usage level).

    John
    Farmtrac 270 DTC

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    Default Re: Montana shop manuals

    yea, that's what I was thinking. Knowing what fuel has went into it (clean road diesel) I may go a bit longer but I do have the filter on hand now.
    Sackett aka "Steve"
    TSgt, USAF Ret. 1981-2001
    2008 Montana 4344HST
    4' Brush Hog; 6' rear blade; 6' box blade

    "Thanks for the tractor Rick"
    In memory of my brother
    Richard A. Hansen 1961-2008
    SSgt, USAF Ret. 1980-2000

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    Default Re: Montana shop manuals

    they are working on a c5264 manual they have it in paperback as soon as they have a pdf i will send it to you

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    Thank you very much, appreciate it - the one came with appears to have gotten wet, completely unreadable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorbarry View Post
    hey Brent i can get you a service manual. you will need to e-mail me at tractorbarry@gmail.com so i can insert it big file
    tractorbarry -

    I sent you an email on a possible shop manual for the T7074. Sure could use it.

    Thanks

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