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    You mention that you have to change the plugs...

    You mention that you have to change the plugs often, what condition are they in that makes a change necessary? Not sure I'd jump straight to the carb as a culprit. Have you checked the timing? Are...
  2. I'd do everything possible to unhook at the...

    I'd do everything possible to unhook at the couplers themselves before trying to remove at the lines. As you mention, the steel likes could be brittle with age, and you don't want to take a chance on...
  3. RSA = RockShaft Assist

    RSA = RockShaft Assist
  4. Thread: JD 50

    by raheimdal
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    Re: JD 50

    When you say one cylinder is "sucking oil" what do you mean?

    If you pull the spark plugs are both wet with gas after cranking? A lot can be determined from what the plugs look like.

    A 50 has a...
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    Re: 1958 630 Battery Issues

    Might be as simple as needing to polarizing the generator. Whenever you disconnect the generator, regulator, or the batteries, they recommend you go through this process. Not too many people do, and...
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    Try unhooking the box blade by removing the top...

    Try unhooking the box blade by removing the top attaching pin like you would if you didn't have an imatch. Then the two bottom hooks can drop down and disengage. The top imatch bushing should stay...
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    An auto shutoff may seem like a good idea, but...

    An auto shutoff may seem like a good idea, but sometimes the worst thing you can do to an overheating motor is turn it off. When you stop the motor it would stand to reason that it will get cooler,...
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    The easiest (and legal) way is to buy one from...

    The easiest (and legal) way is to buy one from Deere. No viruses and you are guaranteed the real thing.
  9. Backhoe Glow plugs are used on some diesel motors as a...

    Glow plugs are used on some diesel motors as a starting aid only. They don't come into play when running. Diesel fuel combusts from a combination of compression and heat. Glow plugs will provide some...
  10. Backhoe If you get more power when activating the...

    If you get more power when activating the hydraulics, could your problem not be fuel related, but too much load on the engine? The hydraulic system could be building up too much pressure and by...
  11. Yep, JD H with electric start. Must have made it...

    Yep, JD H with electric start. Must have made it a lot easier to get running than trying to flywheel start it with the cultivator on! :-)
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    Oil & Fuel How do you know the o-ring is to blame? The old...

    How do you know the o-ring is to blame? The old one must have held well enough as it wasn't leaking before you changed the filter. Could it be that maybe it rolled when installing it and isn't...
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    Re: Can anyone shed some light on this???

    Ha! When you do open the doors on the machine sheds it does look a lot like a museum. The tractors are just a small part, we have way more in machinery. Hayloaders, planters, sickle mowers, disks,...
  14. Thread: Slip Clutch

    by raheimdal
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    Rotary Cutter Odds are the bearing is out of the input shaft on...

    Odds are the bearing is out of the input shaft on the gearbox. I believe he L shaped bracket you are trying to remove is part of the shaft assembly. Take a look on the JD website for the parts...
  15. Thread: Slip Clutch

    by raheimdal
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    Rotary Cutter Re: Slip Clutch

    Looks like a 205 gyromower.
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    Looks like a 205 gyromower.

    Looks like a 205 gyromower.
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    Unless the cutter is in really bad shape, it...

    Unless the cutter is in really bad shape, it would be worth a new seal in the gearbox. You have to figure even if you had the dealer or a independent mechanic do the work, the cutter itself was free....
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    If all that is worn out is the u-joints, it...

    If all that is worn out is the u-joints, it should be a pretty straight forward process to replace them. Having a slip clutch is much superior to a shear bolt. If you aren't comfortable replacing...
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    Re: 4020 problems while running

    ericl72 was replying to the post about using a shop-vac to remove sediment from the fuel tank.
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    Re: 1010 / 1020 Differences

    Has it ever been overhauled? The 1010s had a sleeve and deck design where all the sleeves are connected together on a common plate. I believe they can be bored one time, but pistons and rings might...
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    The danger of using a vacuum, is that gas vapors...

    The danger of using a vacuum, is that gas vapors pass through the motor. If you have any sparking from the brushes, BOOM! :-(
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    Re: JD 530 - Gasoline in the crankcase oil

    Two cylinders are a bit of a passion in my family. Between my dad and I we have over 30 tractors and lots of matching implements and almost all of them are pre 70's. We've collected everything from...
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    You mention that you installed an auxiliary gas...

    You mention that you installed an auxiliary gas shut off valve, but does it still have the original sediment bowl? If so, most of the later two-cylinders had an automatic shut off for low oil...
  24. I'd personally go the dolly route. True it isn't...

    I'd personally go the dolly route. True it isn't as easy to back a trailer with a steerable axle, but you'll get used to it. My dad can back two loaded kicker wagons of hay into a barn, without even...
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    Could be something as simple as bad fuel. We have...

    Could be something as simple as bad fuel. We have a 3020 gas that my dad has owned since the 70's. Always have performed regular tuneups and it has done everything we asked of it from plowing to...
  26. This doesn't look to be factory made. Don't think...

    This doesn't look to be factory made. Don't think mother Deere will be much help.

    Probably can take a copy of the video to your local welding shop and have something made. No two tractors will be...
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    You could also add a flow restriction washer into...

    You could also add a flow restriction washer into the hydraulic line on the blade. Easiest place is behind one of the quick connect fittings that plug into the tractor. It will limit the amount of...
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    Re: Ouch! 19 hours on 3320 that was "ordered"?

    I think the fact that there were so many hours, and it was a few model years older, shows it was an accident. You have to figure that a customer is going to catch that and ask what is up. I'd be more...
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    +1 A voice of reason amongst all the wolves....

    +1

    A voice of reason amongst all the wolves. Most posters seem to want the salesman, the dealer, their kids, and grand kids tarred, feathered, and run out of town on a rail. They made a mistake....
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    Could you post some pictures of the spot where it...

    Could you post some pictures of the spot where it is leaking? Is the hole in the bottom of the cup where the oil sits on the bottom of the oil bath air cleaner? If so it could have been caused by...
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    Does Deere still offer the '09' (ie 709) series...

    Does Deere still offer the '09' (ie 709) series cutters new? They are very heavy duty cutter and I'd put them up against anything for strength and durability. They are pretty much a " if you can...
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    I'd try Agri-Services. Their website is...

    I'd try Agri-Services. Their website is www.wiringharnesses.com. Can't say they are low cost, but the harnesses are good quality. They custom make these to fit specific tractors based off copies of...
  33. Thread: 3P hitch

    by raheimdal
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    You can put on an aftermarket 3-point, but I...

    You can put on an aftermarket 3-point, but I wouldn't recommend it. These older tractors weren't made to lift that much weight on the rockshaft. It is surprising how muck leverage even light...
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    Now that guys are cutting down four row 1240 and...

    Now that guys are cutting down four row 1240 and 7000 planters to two row machines these older units seem to be losing their popularity. Hard to compete with finger pickup, disk openers, or even...
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    It's a 290 planter. Price is whatever a person...

    It's a 290 planter. Price is whatever a person will pay for it. Maybe $100 in that condition.
  36. That's the best way. Don't beat up the tractor...

    That's the best way. Don't beat up the tractor with one of those big spreaders for that many acres.
  37. Thread: Eatin' belts

    by raheimdal
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    You can go to jdparts.deere.com and view a parts...

    You can go to jdparts.deere.com and view a parts catalog for your deck. If you register you can even get your local deere dealers pricing and check inventory of parts.
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    Using LPG also kept people from stealing fuel....

    Using LPG also kept people from stealing fuel. Pretty hard to siphon some into a can and walk off with it.
  39. Thread: jd 620

    by raheimdal
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    These tractors were 12 volt positive ground. They...

    These tractors were 12 volt positive ground. They originally used two 6 volt batteries wired in series, instead of one 12 volt battery. Why not just put a generator back on it? Makes it look better...
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    I'd also not recommend turning up the injector...

    I'd also not recommend turning up the injector pump. Even a plain (synco trans, narrow front) 2520 diesel is worth some money, no sense in taking a chance damaging anything. If you want more HP I'll...
  41. Thread: 520 clutch

    by raheimdal
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    Can you describe the symptoms in more detail? For...

    Can you describe the symptoms in more detail? For example do you get a firm snap when pushing the clutch over center? Does it stay engaged or ever pop back out? Has any parts been replaced? How far...
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    The engine serial number didn't necessarily match...

    The engine serial number didn't necessarily match the tractor serial number on the Dubuque built tractors, but they were recorded in the serial number register. You can contact the Two Cylinder club...
  43. Just curious, how do you feel that you won't have...

    Just curious, how do you feel that you won't have traction driving down hill? I understand that as you pivot the tractor around the center of gravity you will have less weight on the rear axle and...
  44. Sounds a bit dangerous, but if you're going to...

    Sounds a bit dangerous, but if you're going to tackle it I'd drive down the hill going forwards, and then back up to the top. The torque of the rear wheels wants to lift the front end off the ground...
  45. Usually when a spline is missing like that, it is...

    Usually when a spline is missing like that, it is to index it onto a shaft. Your shaft might not have it as the yoke could be used for other applications. In the case where it is needed the shaft...
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    Loader I was going to say, that if you didn't blow a...

    I was going to say, that if you didn't blow a fuse, you're going to certainly burn out the switch or wiring. If the Deere kit is designed for one set of lights at a time it is for a reason.

    Just...
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    Your housing isn't likely the problem, it is a...

    Your housing isn't likely the problem, it is a worn worm gear or sector. It could also be the bearing at the end of the steering shaft is worn out allowing the shaft to move in and out. You mention...
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    I had this same issue with the loader on my 2520...

    I had this same issue with the loader on my 2520 leaking down (main cylinders not bucket) and deere said it was within tolerances. Interesting to know that it varies by the tractor and not just the...
  49. Thread: fuel tank

    by raheimdal
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    There is a drain cock just like on a car...

    There is a drain cock just like on a car radiator. And just like the ones on a radiator you turn then to the right to open them, just the opposite of loosening a bolt. You can also add a piece of...
  50. Thread: Sickle mower

    by raheimdal
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    You mean where the sickle is at a different angle...

    You mean where the sickle is at a different angle than the mower frame? Almost all mowers allow for some slight variation above or below a true flat angle.

    If you are looking for a mower that the...
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    You may have a plugged fuel tank vent. When the...

    You may have a plugged fuel tank vent. When the tractor stalls loosen or remove the fuel cap and see if it starts and runs ok. If it does, replace the cap.
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    You may also want to check that there is no...

    You may also want to check that there is no restriction in the air breather. Take the oil cup off the bottom and try starting it.

    Good point about the gaskets. It is less likely on the two barrel...
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    Take the drain plug out of the carburetor bowl...

    Take the drain plug out of the carburetor bowl and drain out any gas that is in there. Then hold open the valve on the sediment bowl. Does gas drain freely out of the carb? If not your needle could...
  54. I think we've all heard the old adage "don't cut...

    I think we've all heard the old adage "don't cut off your nose to spite your face". If you don't call them, and they don't call you, I bet your tractor will be sitting in the same spot next week. If...
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    You can order a repair manual from your local...

    You can order a repair manual from your local Deere dealer either in print or on CD ROM. They are also available to order on Deere's website at http://techpubs.deere.com/. A parts catalog will give...
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    I live in Wisconsin and use my 2520 to mow. It...

    I live in Wisconsin and use my 2520 to mow. It has R4 tires and the 62D drive over deck. Does a great job. I almost always take the loader off, but have mowed a time or two with it on (no bucket).
    ...
  57. Re: I think my John Deere dealer is becoming "lazy"

    I know it's frustrating, but what do you feel the dealers response would be if you called right now, and just like nothing was wrong asked them if they were going to be out with your tractor today? I...
  58. Did you call them to see if they had it done, or...

    Did you call them to see if they had it done, or had they set a date for delivery? I see that you mentioned you have paid them for it, but were any other expectations discussed?
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    Check out jdcrawlers dot com for all things...

    Check out jdcrawlers dot com for all things crawler related. They have parts and good tech info. I have a 1010 crawler myself. Fun machine to operate and will do a lot for its size.
  60. Thread: 3020

    by raheimdal
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    I have both a 3020 gas early style and a 3020...

    I have both a 3020 gas early style and a 3020 diesel late style and they both start in cold Wisconsin winters. Try to have the diesel plugged in if possible, but have started it below freezing...
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    What I was referring to is if you use a calcium...

    What I was referring to is if you use a calcium chloride mix, or any of the others such as anti-freeze or windshield washer fluid, covering the rim completely does help prevent rust. you will find...
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    The trick to preventing rust is not just the type...

    The trick to preventing rust is not just the type of fluid, but how full you fill the tires. You need to fill them enough that the fluid level is over the top of the rim. Keeping oxygen away from the...
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    My dad always used a chain instead of a toplink...

    My dad always used a chain instead of a toplink on his rotary cutters. He would make a chain with larger links on each end to fit the standard toplink pins. It would be long enough that with the...
  64. Re: How do you secure your JD 3320 to a trailer.?

    You actually don't need to add an additional drawbar, what I'm referring to is the drawbar mount that is already part of the tractor. The two channels you see are part of the drawbar support. I'll...
  65. Thanks much, exactly what I needed. Looks like I...

    Thanks much, exactly what I needed. Looks like I do have some straightening to do.
  66. Here's another good tip for hooking the trailer...

    Here's another good tip for hooking the trailer end of your chain. Drop the hook through the stake pocket and then bring it up the outside of the pocket to the left or right hooking the end over the...
  67. I usually chain the rear of my tractors down...

    I usually chain the rear of my tractors down through the frame where the drawbar attaches to the tractor. Sometimes there is enough room to slip the chain through without removing the drawbar, and...
  68. Re: Picture of cab door handle on 4x20 or 3x20

    I was quite surprised as well. Caught the bottom corner of the glass and ripped the weatherstrip. Broke the bottom hinge completely off and bent the top one. When I replaced the weatherstrip there...
  69. Picture of cab door handle on 4x20 or 3x20

    Would someone mind taking a picture of their cab door handle in their 4x20 or 3x20 where the gas closer attaches? I had my door open and it caught on a pile of broken up concrete I was moving....
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    Just to clarify, the noise is there when the...

    Just to clarify, the noise is there when the pulley is rotating, but stops when the pulley stops? If that is the case it is unlikely to be the pulley bearing. When the clutch is engaged the pulley is...
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