Absolutely correct. That linkage is called stabilizers or sway limiters for a reason. Pin them up tight.
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Absolutely correct. That linkage is called stabilizers or sway limiters for a reason. Pin them up tight.
I googled spanner wrench and there are dozens of wrenches to look at from retailers everyone knows and can buy from. Here's one.
Amazon.com: OTC 4791 Spanner Wrench: Automotive
It would not surprise me if a spanner wrench cost less than the seal kit. Its your tractor and your dime.
Absolutely. There are different seal kits based on easily identifiable cylinder characteristics. Be sure to get the correct one.
plenty of less sophisticated folk would use a pipe wrench or large pair of channel locks. That said, an adjustable spanner wrench would not break most piggy banks. I'd try to un-stake the gland nut...
This is the relevant message. All the rest of the preening and jabbing is just that.
I disagree. GL-5 oils can be yellow metal safe or not. One can't condemn a GL-5 oil based on that rating, nor can one rely on it being safe for these uses.
See post #13 in this thread. Seat switch or seat switch circuit problem.
Could also be that the needle isn't consistently delivering twine to the disc or bill hook. Needle adjustment, twine disc timing, broken hay dogs and/or hay dog spring. Twine finger out of...
Not enough info to say exactly. Worn twine discs/holder. Weak/broken/maladjusted twine holder spring. Get out your operator's manual and read up on knotter troubleshooting. If you don't have an...
Yes and yes.
That's a good idea that hadn't occurred to me.
Not really. There isn't much to it. Rotate and tap/pry out.
I guess I don't know the difference between circlips and snap rings other than Americans call them snap rings and Europeans call them circlips.
These are made of spring steel, formed out of wire,...
Newbury's response is every bit as relevant as yours. Cameras record events, not deter them. Alarms in rural areas are a waste. You offer no answer to the still clear question: How to prevent theft?
Cheaply made low-buck belts aren't gonna last on a finish mower under any but the most gentle circumstances. Looking everything over is good practice, but don't panic if everything checks out OK.
Great answer. My answer is theft can't be prevented. Secure and insure within reason.
You don't have to buy a Landpride belt, but you should buy a belt constructed with Kevlar, like the Landpride belt is.
The rim bolts to the center disc. The aftermarket replacement rims I sell do require different hardware than the original, but the new hardware is inexpensive.
Mill Creek makes just what you need.
Successful ground drive manure spreaders were built long before tractors even had PTO's.
Looks like an Ag Master shaft. the replacement complete PTO shafts that A&I sells have those yokes pictured on the right. I think they are a big improvement over twist lock or ball sleeve types.
Google fasse valve. Several options offered there.
If they really bother you that much replacement yokes are available in the aftermarket in the style shown in your photo on the left.
But swap out the gas ring gear on the retained flywheel for a diesel ring gear. Add a fuel return fitting to your fuel tank filler neck. Build some intake plumbing and modify the battery tray to...
But swap out the gas ring gear on the retained flywheel for a diesel ring gear. Add a fuel return fitting to your fuel tank filler neck. Iuld some intake plumbing and modify the battery tray to...
Cabin implies seasonality. If the worst case is a couple trips from MD to IL when the cabin isn't in use to refurbish the sink you like so well, why not?
Loose hardware. Every operator's manual instructs to check wheel hardware. Most folks don't bother.
Its still not likely to hold more than 3 pints.
Correct. My bad.
Using a suction tube doesn't drain any oil from below the top of the upper downshaft bearing, at best. The entire lower part of the housing is still full of oil. The best way to drain these gearboxes...
DX33 should have a double clutch. Trying to knock a tree over won't do much for the PTO stage.
Or water contamination.
You have clutch problems. Time for your tractor to be split at the clutch housing.
Glad I don't drive inTexas.
What transmissions? How many rear remotes? Two hyd pumps on the 4630?
All post-1965 Ford gassers use the same low resistance coil, resistance wire in the harness, and bypass starting. In fact, all Ford gassers built after the demise of the front mount distributer use...
In many ways. But not in operator comfort, noise levels, visibility, and fuel economy. The old straddle mount Fords were great tractors. But not for more than about 3 hours at a time.
BKT makes a cheap 5.00x15 Traction Implement tire. I sell a half dozen a year. less the half the price of a Firestone or Goodyear OEM style hay rake tire.
I didn't get that they were 10 for $3.22. My bad. I stock the Kioti part number, and yes, they go on backorder time to time, but I try to keep them on hand.
They are a lot cheaper than that from a Kioti dealer.
They were a great machine. But they are now all between 20 and 30 years old. How lucky do you feel?
The very last 411 was built in August of 1995.
The spool seals on a manual selector valve can become dry and make the spool hard to move. Before you take anything apart, spray both exposed ends of the spool with your favorite aerosol penetrant...
Not having a PTO shield is a safety hazard. How well you manage that hazard depends entirely on you.
A missing PTO shield can allow long grass to wrap on the PTO shaft, but that can be managed in...
The tractor has an 8x8 mechanical shuttle, clutching is required to make speed or direction changes. Horizontal exhaust is available. This cleans up your line of sight, bakes your left foot and leg,...
Still beating this old, dead horse? Really?
That tractor will sell for the asking price, or close to it.
Comparing any 1990's utility tractor from a major manufacturer to today's CUT with equal horsepower is comparing apples to...
You need to use the proper size stud extractor to remove the piece of pipe nipple that is undoubtedly still in the housing. In all likelihood you will need to remove the pulley from the spindle, and...
Well you posted that you felt around for the hole but didn't find anything. Exactly what type of a response did you expect?
As suggested, the failing belt probably wiped them out. Now you get to...
Zerks on my RM990 extend directly towards the outside of the deck from under the pulleys. Exactly perpendicular to the direction of travel.
My primary tip for tire replacement/repair follows.
Anything over 16" in diameter gets fixed with a checkbook or credit card.
When the blade is moving in the direction of travel, it won't pick up the immediate wheel track that is laid down in a forward direction no matter what the tip speed is. It is just going the wrong...
I doubt Unverferth sells direct retail. our dealership has direct bolt on rims for this application custom built, as well as a couple other NLA or overly expensive Ford/ NH rims.
DOT has no authority regarding tractor tires or tractor wheel equipment.
Green wire goes from the S terminal directly behind the fuel gauge to the tank sending unit.
Or buy a 3008 and have the HD capacity. FWIW, saving the $300 to buy a Landpride will get eaten up in blade and blade bolt replacement costs over time. Bush hog blade and bolt prices are far better...
Call Pine Plains Tractor & Equipment and ask for the parts department. We are an hour away and have a new aftermarket solution for 2110 rear rims for 13.6x28 ag tires. 518-398-7152. We are an hour...
Should be a short bleed screw with a sealing washer that seals the head on the banjo bolt pictured. Someone replaced it with a bolt that is too long.
No machining necessary, the 3 disc unit is a direct swap. The knotter frame is the same.
86977070 is the correct part number for your twine disc.
Rewiring a 2N is hardly an extremely difficult project, if necessary. I never heard anyone say they should not have replaced 70 year old wiring when all is said and done.
Failing ignition switch, failing ballast resistor and/or high resistance in the wiring harness ignition circuit.
Nearly 50 lb/ft weight difference between Gannon and Tuffline? I'd forgo the convenience of the quick hitch if necessary.
Frontier isn't a well known brand name to those that know it is a...
The tine arms are held on the shafts by paired rollpins. Probably a 12MM with a 7MM driven inside it. I also thought the 4000 series rakes had a few tine arms with quick release pins for easy removal...
Fair enough. Also a good comment by Larry about the ineffectiveness of an impact wrench due to rebound/bounce.
I'm thinking you have it all figured out.
There's no substitute for heat on those blade bolts/nuts. reinstall with Never-Seize on threads and keyed portion of the shank.
Must be you work for a hardware manufacturer. That advise might be SOP for your workplace, but it runs contrary to most manufacturer's published machine technical information.
If bolt #18 was broken the outer axle would move outward, the axle seal would leak and the wheel would wobble. No apparent leak, no wheel movement (if true) all but ensures an inner half shaft...
This possibility gets my vote.
Worn pivot bushings will cause misalignment of the pinion shaft splines, coupler, and driveshaft splines.
The root cause of worn pivot shaft bushings is failure to grease them. $10 worth of grease...
A much simpler solution than most with that symptom...
I'm not aware that any Ford tractor engines built 1965 and after were manufactured anywhere in the world other than Basildon, England. I welcome the opportunity to be educated on this topic.
Might be metric fasteners on the Lucas electrical components. That would be about it.
Shove the filters into the housing firmly.
We love the MidCoast area. Can't wait for our stay in Belfast in August!
Auto parts store pricing is a whore's game, doesn't matter which chain we talk about. "List price" is a magical number paid by very few. It does make a "convenient" starting point for broad category...
"Here" in the salt belt we are forever fighting stuck calipers and rusted out rotors from road treatments, especially on the rears where splash is worse. Drum brakes would last longer and be less...
Most netwrap will last several years longer outside than the hay contained by it.
A 3930 can have open or closed center remote valves. In this area, most are closed center. In the South, open center may be more common.
It's the operating rod for the left brake. It is not connected to the clutch pedal. The clutch pedal is supported by the shaft that operates the rod in question.
Yes. Add the current dynamic of rotor prices vs. shop rates and cutting rotors makes no sense, at least in this area.
BSPT = British Standard Pipe Tapered.
BSPP = British Standard Pipe Parallel.
Tapered and parallel refer to the thread profile.
You're Welcome! just trying to get an old JD closed center guy up to speed!:mischievous::salute:
The power beyond plates discussed here are only accessories, not factory original equipment. Used to provide means to add additional spool valves when needed. As discussed, two port and three port...
Directions are correct when they state the P and PB ports must be looped together in the event the loader control valve is removed. This is basic open center hydraulic theory. If you plug the PB port...
Procrastinating on the fuel filter change serves no purpose. change the filter. Additionally, your symptom sound a lot like a diesel tractor with a dose of gasoline in the fuel tank. Make sure it...
Having a post in the best place is more important than having it in only one place, for sure.
Now the 1720 will have some company!
So very, very true! Should be required reading before anyone's first post.
John Deere owns A&I outright.
I have 4 different Cat I toplinks hanging on the rack at work. The shortest is probably about 12" pin to pin at the shortest setting. The two shorter ones are sourced from TISCO.
The harness is probably 5 feet long and has a 30 amp breaker incorporated into the battery end of the positive lead. New Holland never did even a poor job of providing monitor mount kits for tractors...
I'm a parts manager at a New Holland dealership. I sell parts from New Holland and every major aftermarket supplier and some minor ones. I stock the fuel pump in discussion here that is offered by...
Clean all your battery cable connections. If cable condition is in doubt, replace your cables. Use nothing smaller than 2 gauge, 1 or 0 is better.
The tractor already has a screen in the tank outlet, a screen in the fuel pump, a screen in the sediment bowl and presumably a screen in the inlet fitting of the Zenith carb. Just about the last...