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  1. Jerry/MT

    New alternator and new regulator charging at 17.5 V

    My alternator warning light came on a couple of weeks ago. I checked the base battery voltage (engine off 12.5V) and then started the tractor and measured the voltage (12.5 V). I replaced the factory alternator on my '82 Ford 4610 and decided to replace the voltage regulator also. I installed...
  2. Jerry/MT

    Quicke/Alo Model numbers for New Holland 820 TL Loader

    Alo and/or Quicke make the 8XX New Holland loaders. Can anybody tell me what the Alo/Quicke model numbers are for the New Holland 820 TL.?
  3. Jerry/MT

    1981 Ford 4610 Voltage Regulator Change

    The voltage regulator on our 1981 Ford 4610 went out on us and overcharged the battery,ruining it. I went to our local auto electric shop and the owner had a voltage regulator that attached directly to the existing alternator and made the connection with it. The only thing I had to do was to get...
  4. Jerry/MT

    Calling RickB, Bern, et al Ford 4610 fusible lik location????

    I shorted the alternator output lead and the entire tractor is electrically dead. Where is the fusible link located? I have the Ford shop manual, not even a mention of it. It shows up on the wiring diagram between the alternator and the battery (big help)! the alternator out put wire is buried...
  5. Jerry/MT

    Rookie Operating a Small Square Baler the First Time

    I've been haying with a NH 688 round baler for four years now and I wanted to see if I can develop a market for small squares with local horse people. I bought a used Hesston 4600, added a hydraulic cylinder for the pickup, did the maintenance checks and greased'er up, and after getting most of...
  6. Jerry/MT

    Block Heater Location on M4500

    Our M4500 has a rad hose heater on it and it's shot. I prefer a block heater to hose heaters but at first glance I don't see where it is to be installed. I have installed them in other tractors but I don't see a location for the S2600-A engine. However Kubota offers them for this model. they...
  7. Jerry/MT

    Small Bale Accumulator

    Age is catching up with me and we've sold our cows. I am considering adding a small baler to our equipment to make hay that would be marketed to horse owners. I doubt that I can successfully buck bales in 95° temperatures so an accumulator is a must. I have looked at what is available and have...
  8. Jerry/MT

    M4500 year manufactured

    I just bought a Kubota M4500 with 2280 hrs and I'm trying to find the manufacturing year. The serial number is 10018. Can anybody point me to where I might be able to get this info? I have been to the usual websites with no luck. Does Kubota have a web site where I can get this info?
  9. Jerry/MT

    M4500 year manufactured

    I just bought a Kubota M4500 with 2280 hrs and I'm trying to find the manufacturing year. The serial number is 10018. Can anybody point me to where I might be able to get this info?
  10. Jerry/MT

    Oiling Round Baler Chain Lubrication

    How do you lube the chains on your round balers?
  11. Jerry/MT

    Problem- Forum takes up only a fraction of the screen?

    Why am I having a problem with the forum suddenly talking up only about a quarter of the screen?
  12. Jerry/MT

    NH 688 Tailgate cylinder issue

    I starter baling our grass hay last Monday and after about 4 bales, I started getting indications from my Bale Command monitor that the tailgate was unlatched. I tried to manually wrap the bale in each case but it would not wrap. I ejected the unwrapped bale and low and behold I made another...
  13. Jerry/MT

    Use of liquid ballast in the front tires of 4WD tractors

    I can't find any info in the owners manual of our TD95D regarding using liquid ballast in the front tires of our tractor. Does any body do this or know a good reason why this should not be done? I know their are max weight limits on the tractor and they should not be exceeded so that could limit...
  14. Jerry/MT

    Help! TD95D Cab Roof Removal

    Our TD95D require replacement of the cab heating hoses. This requires removing the cab roof to gain access to the hoses that supply the heater heat exchanger. These pass through the A pillar from the roof and then to the engine connections. I have the NH CD service manual for this tractor and...
  15. Jerry/MT

    Replacement Round Baler Belts

    I will be doing some work on our New Holland 688 round baler over the winter. Two of the belts look pretty worn on the edges and I am considering replacing them. I want to use the riveted splices rather than the clipper style. Does anybody have any information on baler belt quality? I figure...
  16. Jerry/MT

    TD95D Cluch cable replacement Help! RickB

    I had just finished baling yesterday and when I pulled the TD95D into the stack yard to park the tractor. The clutch cable failed. I was in gear and could not move the shuttle shift to neutral so I had to kill the engine to keep from hitting the fence. I have the service manual, both PDF and...
  17. Jerry/MT

    Galfre Drum Mower Performance

    I recently purchased a Galfre drum mower (Model FR/G 190) and just completed haying. This is a first for me, never having done my own haying before. But that's another story. There have been many comments about the requirement for a tedder to spread the cut grass out after mowing it with a...
  18. Jerry/MT

    RickB! NH 688 Round Baler Power Harness Part # 86509520 question

    RickB: I just purchased a used New Holland 688 baler with both net and twine wrap. It has never been used for twine and I don't intend to start either. I got the wire harness with the Bale Command II monitor but I don't have the power supply harness. I looked up the part number and found it to...
  19. Jerry/MT

    Pros & Cons of New Holland 688 baler

    I've finally decided to bite the bullet and do my own hay. We have had several folks custom bale our hay and the bale, whether net wrapped or twine wrapped, falls apart on opening. I spend half the winter forking hay off the lanes and have a difficult time controlling the amount of feed I throw...
  20. Jerry/MT

    Calling RickB-New Holland TD95D brakes

    RichB, It pretty obvious to me that my TD95D has hydraulic brake actuation (2 master cylinders and a brake fluid reservior). Unfortunatley my official NH service manual's Brake Section (Section 33) shows mechanical brakes. My owner's manual refers to a hydraulic system but the trouble shooting...
  21. Jerry/MT

    RickB, et al: Heater Hose leaks at lower entry to Cab front pillar-TD95D

    I was going out to load rocks with the TD95D (2007)and noticed a coolant leak from the cab heater hoses where they enter the the front cab pillar on the LH side. On closer examination the leak came from the nearest one and was a pinhole but there are cracks in the hose. (see picture) There are...
  22. Jerry/MT

    Ending a weld bead

    It's been a while since I took a welding course but there were two things I never learned from the course; welding vertically and ending the weld bead. I took the course to learn how to weld and most of the guys in the course were getting ready to get certified so the instructor spent all his...
  23. Jerry/MT

    We Got Snow!

    It started snowing yesterday (Wednesday) morning around 9:00 am and it hasn't stopped. We had 18 inches on the ground at 9:00 am this morning. I plugged in the Ford 4610 and two hours latter I was blowing snow with the old ARPS Model 70. It was about 18°F and the snow was dry. The blower threw...
  24. Jerry/MT

    Winter in the Mission Valley

    We had a 10 inch dump of snow yesterday and after I cleared the lanes, I took some pictures from around our ranch and from US 93 on Ravalli Hill, just South of St.Ignatius, MT. I thought you folks might enjoy them. Merry Christmas! Jerry
  25. Jerry/MT

    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Snow Sticking on Augers

    We had a 10 inch snowfall this morning and when I went out to blow the snow away, I had problems with the augers dealing with this snow. It was a wet snow and there was snow stuck on the flighting reducing the capacity of the machine. The augers have paint worn off of them and some rusty spots...
  26. Jerry/MT

    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Chute Rotator Cylinder for ARPS Model 70

    I posted this in the Hydraulics Forum and I thought I'd also post it in this Forum. ARPS got out of the snowblower business in the early '80's and do not support their old machines with spare parts anymore. They were build as sturdy as a brick sh**house and probably didn't need much support...
  27. Jerry/MT

    Chute Rotator Cylinder for ARPS 70 Snowblower

    ARPS got out of the snowblower business in the early '80's and do not support there old machines with spare parts anymore. They were build as sturdy as a brick sh**house and probably didn't need much support! They used a doubled ended hydraulic cylinder and a cable to rotate the chute. The...
  28. Jerry/MT

    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating First tiome using the old Model 70 ARPS snow blower

    We got about 6 inches of snow today and I used to back blade my lanes with my '54 Ferguson TO-30 and it took me a 2 hours. In March I bought an old Model 70 ARPS , 3 pt hitch mounted snowblower that's built as stout as an oak outhouse. It weighs about 1200 lbs and has a double auger. It needed a...
  29. Jerry/MT

    Just a reminder-It's that time of year

    Just a reminder to all you folks with diesel powered tractors operating in Northern climes that you need to be thinking about changing your fuel filters and making sure your fuel is treated for winter operation. Get that chore out of the way now and when that first big winter snowstorm hits you...
  30. Jerry/MT

    Just a reminder-It's that time of the year.

    Just a reminder to all you folks with diesel powered tractors operating in Northern climes that you need to be thinking about changing your fuel filters and making sure your fuel is treated for winter operation. Get that chore out of the way now and when that first big winter snowstorm hits you...
  31. Jerry/MT

    RickB! Block heater for TD95D problems

    Hi Rick: I'm installing the block hearer (CNH Part No. 47126890) on my 2007 TD95D I've installed block heaters before and with the help of my home made tool, I got the threaded block plug out. My problem is in installing the block heater itself. It should be a no brainer but there is hardly any...
  32. Jerry/MT

    RickB-Servicing the Cooling System on the NH TD95D

    I need to install a block heater on my TD95D (with cab and 820TL loader) as well as change the coolant in it. I've read the NH Service Manual and the owners/maintenance manual, studied the installation, and concluded that the best way to drain the coolant was at the metal elbow at the lower...
  33. Jerry/MT

    Hydraulic Couplers

    I pulled the bales spinner off the Ford 4610 so I could mount the post driver on the Ford. Since winter seems to still be with us in Western Montana, I put the bale spinner on the NH TD95D so I can feed the cows. I just assumed the male couplers are compatible with the newer tractors couplers...
  34. Jerry/MT

    Male hydraulic couplers for the TD95D?

    I pulled the bales spinner off the Ford 4610 so I could mount the post driver on the Ford. Since winter seems to still be with us in Western Montana, I put the bale spinner on the NH TD95D so I can feed the cows. I just assumed the male couplers are compatible with the newer tractors couplers...
  35. Jerry/MT

    Hydraulic couplers Ford 4610

    I have an '81 Ford 4610 with hydraulic couplers that are leaking. Does anybody know if these are generic type couplers or or if I can replace them with an ordinary 1/2" quick disconnects(qd's). These qd's have to go into a shell like holder that bolts to the support piece. NH wants $100 bucks a...
  36. Jerry/MT

    ARPS MOdel 70 Snowblower

    I just bought a 7 ft dual auger ARPS Model 70 snowbower shown below. ARPS apparently was bought out by Amerequip in the early 1980's and discontinued making snowblowers. It's in really good shape and appears to be a heavy, well-built machine. The only dings I see on it is the lower auger is...
  37. Jerry/MT

    RickB or Jbrink64-TD95D engine oil refill quantity

    I just did an oil & oil filter change on my 2007 TD95D and per the owners manual, the refill oil quantity is specified at 3 gallons(12 quarts). I put in 3 gallons of Delo 400 15W40 and ran it for about 5 minutes off idle after refilling. I checked the oil and the level is above the max mark on...
  38. Jerry/MT

    RickB or Jbrink64-TD95D oil refill quantity

    I just did an engine oil & oil filter change on my 2007 TD95D and per the owners manual, the refill oil quantity is specified at 3 gallons(12 quarts). I put in 3 gallons of Delo 400 15W40 and ran it for about 5 minutes off idle after refilling. I checked the oil and the level is above the max...
  39. Jerry/MT

    Some Of My Experience With Our NH TD95D

    I bought a used 2007 TD95D with an 820 TL Loader with 93 hrs on it last fall. Spring is starting to become apparent here in Western Montana and I've had an opportunity to get some seat time in it (other than moving snow around!) and now have almost 106 total hrs on it. I am certainly impressed...
  40. Jerry/MT

    RickB et al:TD95D Warning lights at start up

    With almost every modern vehicle I own, the warning lights come on at the beginning of the start sequence when the key is turned to the run and/or start position. On my TD95D, the only lights that come on are the Parking brake, the oil pressure light and the ammeter light. The directionals and...
  41. Jerry/MT

    TD95D Low fluid levels-low factory fill?

    I have a TD95D with 100 hrs on it that a purchased used with 93 hrs on it. I've been going over it because the PO did not do the 50 hrs maintenance on it. I checked the fluid levels in trans-hydraulic compartment and the final drives over the past few days and found that they were never...
  42. Jerry/MT

    TD95D Low fluid levels-low factory fill?

    I have a TD95D with 100 hrs on it that a purchased used with 93 hrs on it. I've been going over it because the PO did not do the 50 hrs maintenance on it. I checked the fluid levels in transhydraulic compartment the final drives over the past few days and found that they were never...
  43. Jerry/MT

    RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    I've been doing some checks on my 2007 TD95D and so far every fastener I've touched is metric. As it's made in Italy I think the odds are real strong that all the fasteners are metric. Can you confirm this? I want to put a tool kit together to carry in the tractor so I don't have to run back...
  44. Jerry/MT

    RickB.. How to ID a NH /Iveco Tier II Engine

    Rick, My 2007 TD95D was apparently available with a Tier I engine and then switched over to a Tier II engine. I'm told I have a Tier II engine. Do you knowwhat hardware changed on the engine when it went from Tier I to Tier II and what Chasis or Engine Serial numbers identify Tier I versus...
  45. Jerry/MT

    2007 NEW HOLLAND TD95D-Thanks RickB

    Many thanks to RickB for his advice and counsel before I took the plunge. I just bought a 2007 NH TD95D /820TL loader with 93 hours on it. I trailered it from South of Roswell, NM and to our place just North of Missoula, MT last week. Aside from a blown outtrailer tire on Raton Pass and glare...
  46. Jerry/MT

    RickB, I took the plunge......

    Many thanks to RickB for his input. I got some good advice from him here and in the Yesterday's Tractor Forum.I took the plunge and bought a 2007 New Holland TD95D/820TL loader with 92 hrs on it via ebay. The tractor is located down in New Mexico and was barn stored when not in use. I looked at...
  47. Jerry/MT

    RickB et al New Holland TD95D tractor

    I made an offer, subject to inspection, on a 2007 TD95D tractor and cab with an NH820TL loader. It has the 12x12 syncro tranny with shuttle, joystick and valve for the loader and two spare remotes, air seat, etc with 91 hrs total time. The owner says he is selling it because he changed his mind...
  48. Jerry/MT

    RickB New Holland Model Numbers?

    Rick, As I look at the New Holland tractors, I'm getting confused by the model designation. I see TN95DA's TD95D's etc and they are both in the same HP class but what's the significance of the second letter in the model number? And the newer verersion are like T5050, etc. Could you please...
  49. Jerry/MT

    New TYM 723

    I understand TYM's replacement for the T700 is coming soon, the Model 723 powered by a Perkins engine. I haven't seen the specs yet, though.
  50. Jerry/MT

    TYM T700 Out of Production!

    I got a response from TYM today and while they are still available, the T700 no longer being produced. I heard late last year that a "new sheet metal" with possibly a 75 hp Cat engine was in the works for late 2009 but maybe with the world financial situation, that has been delayed. I can't...
 
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