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  1. gloughery

    129 hydro leak?

    Yep, I decided to do what Matt says on my 107 this weekend. Ordered all of those items plus needle bearings from CCS that shipped yesterday. Drained the rear last weekend, hytran has a unique smell for sure. Felt a lot of gel-like residue inside the casing and decided to go full bore on the...
  2. gloughery

    IH-CC 122 w/ issues while driving

    I had something like this just happen on my 107. It runs fine in idle and then spits and sputters when I drive off. Turns out the fuel shut off valve kept spinning closed and I never really paid attention to that because I kept playing with everything. I’ll have to repack that and tighten things...
  3. gloughery

    New book

    Tradegy is a good book. It has caused me to pay more attention to the Farmall’s with only the name McCormick on them than other names. Not quite sure I have that timeline figured out yet. Not far enough into the book yet to see how Deere survived.
  4. gloughery

    UR or UL battery terminals

    Perfect picture, thank you. Yes that’s how I set mine as well. I just need to get longer battery cables and it won’t matter if it’s UL or UR. Thanks everyone for your thoughts.
  5. gloughery

    UR or UL battery terminals

    Well three batteries for the price of one is a good deal, I will go that way. I still have the problem with the location of the positive terminal, so maybe I’ll just make longer wires. Thanks all.
  6. gloughery

    UR or UL battery terminals

    I doubled checked the measurements and the battery I ordered is too big as BJAMES thought. The original wires on the 122 have a short red wire on the right side that will not cross over to the left side without stressing the connections. I think I need a UR battery, or a UR1, for this wiring...
  7. gloughery

    UR or UL battery terminals

    I am following Charlie’s advice and ordered an Interstate C75DT-XHD battery and not sure if a right-side positive will fit all 169 and older IHCC’s. I looked at all of mine and there is a mix of UL and UR but I see hints in older wiring that the positive is on the right. I need this for a 70...
  8. gloughery

    Dad’s 100

    Really looks great. I like that you didn’t paint the hardware. Not sure if everything was painted when new, but I like unpainted nuts and bolts at most places. Not sure if there is a general rule for this. What kind of paint did you use? Again, great work and thanks for the pictures.
  9. gloughery

    Narrow VS Wide Chassis

    Thanks for the info. I thought it may be by years, but the 72 and 73 were after the 122 and 123. Thanks for the dash vs pedestal clarification. Was the same pedestal used under the dashes? I dont need the whole unit if the dash is smashed? Good to know, thanks again.
  10. gloughery

    Narrow VS Wide Chassis

    Good info. Can we also identify which ones have the metal pedestal? I like them all but I think the metal pedestals look a little better. I could never figure which had them. Thank you.
  11. gloughery

    Towing ability 127

    These are all great examples of why IH moved away from the belt drives. People started using these great tractors for more and more. Anyone here got stories how this all came about? I had an 8N and almost always used my 122 for everything I needed to do. Steep hills were no problem, I’d put my...
  12. gloughery

    Worn bearing hole on wheel

    All good ideas, thank you. I’ll try them and see which works best for this one. I learned a good lesson upgrading to 1” spindles — I now have nice new and expensive tires mounted on 1” wheels and have only one tractor with 1” spindles. So now I have to either buy new tires for my 3/4” wheels, or...
  13. gloughery

    Worn bearing hole on wheel

    Howdy, any advice on how to tighten up a worn hole on a wheel? The picture is a front wheel, but the bearing does not fit tight and it spins freely. On the lower left you can see where PO must have tried to tighten it by making an ident, but it didn’t work. How do I fix this the right way...
  14. gloughery

    Cub Cadet 123 - Hydro Issue

    Two things I learned when I did this with my first hydro are the manual vs auto valves and trunion wear. My 169 had manual valves and I put in autos, not sure which was OEM. The trunion is still a project but cubfaq has a good guide that has helped me tremendously. Good people here will be your...
  15. gloughery

    Tachometer used to set speed on K-301

    @djkelly I like the idea leaving it mounted. Please post model or link to purchase. I also like the sirometer marked “Made in W Germany,“ don’t see that anymore!
  16. gloughery

    Yale-Towne 1-ton (BB) Hoist

    Lot's of reasons to stay inside so I am pulling some preventative maintenance. I am cleaning up an old spur-geared 1-ton hoist and want to re-grease the gears inside the gear box. How do I remove these horizontal pins to the left of the zerk fitting (hole, zerk removed)? The pins don't go...
  17. gloughery

    Blade or thrower?

    I would stick with blower, however in the past several bad winters in Lancaster County PA my QA42 would clog before I got out of the garage and onto the driveway. Creeper didn’t help. So I bought a Honda walk behind to do the job and kept the QA to play with once the heavy stuff was gone. All...
  18. gloughery

    102 ag tires

    There are so many options now for rear tires. I prefer the Carlisle, but which tire looks the most authentic and original? I have a set of the AG tires and would like regular tires, but they all look like new zero-turn type of tires. Thoughts?
  19. gloughery

    Steering column search

    This recent thread should give you some good info. I order my parts from the sponsors here because they are price competitive and give expert advice. https://www.ihcubcadet.com/threads/steering-wheel-removal.7212/
  20. gloughery

    102 ag tires

    Miller delivers free to several events throughout the year. I met them at Kinzers, PA during the Threshermen’s Reunion at the Rough and Tumble Engineers Museum several years ago. My favorite sponsor up top is sold out of the tri-rib tires I like.