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bmcmeen

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Boy, I could sure use a Pabst right about now - whatcha think, Charlie...
 

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Say, while we're talkin about poor maintenance practices!
All this on one tractor that was supposed to have been well maintained!
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Brian Branstetter
Hey Charlie,

The rearend in my 122 hasn't been serviced in ages. Are you guys flushing the case out with anything before refilling, any favorite gear lube ?

Thanks for the info, your pictures have inspired me to take a look at mine.
 

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Persoanlly i get in there with my hands and drag out as much as I can. Spray it down with laquer thinner. Then I take a hudson sprayer with diesel fuel and spray things down really well and wipe it out with a clean shop rag, spray again with hytran, wipe it out one last time. Button it up, fill it up and take it for a spin.
Yea, it's a little over kill I've been told, BUT, I like to get it as clean as I can.
Of course with a gear drive, i spose it's not really that important to over clean.


Oh yea, don't forget to get yourself a new rear cover gasket before you start.
 

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Thanks a lot for all the help guys. That is where I have then it just didn't seem right because the springs rub along side of the radiator. It scratching my precious paint! Oh well, I guess you got to make sacrafices. Thanks again for all the help. You guys sure have all the answers.
 

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Jerry Harvey "Nines are wild"
Looks like he changed batteries quite often.
 

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Actually there was a wiring problem that he didn't take time to fix and the battery would drain down overnight. So I figure he just popped it off when he got done using it, LOL
 

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Looks like sunny and 56 degrees forecasted for plow day tomorrow. Woohoo! Hope we can plow. Looking forward to seeing a bunch of people there tomorrow. Time to go load the truck...
 

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Charlie, if you look close at that hydro it looks like a Koala Bear........

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Are there any spec charts that show either the axle RPM or the ground speed for a 1250 hydro at different engine RPM's. Thanks.
 

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Scott Tanner... Can't even see the Cub in this mess..
I see the bear, albiet the wrong kind.... Go Bearssss

Power washed the new 107 this afternoon... I wish there was a tunnel cover to remove..... 36 year of oil & grass... castrol super clean and the husky made short work of it... pics to come..
 
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"Big" Steve Blunier, Roanoke, IL
Out here at the farm we haven't had any rain all day (only 2 tenths yesterday)and the wind is blowing. It looks like it will be as good of conditions as we can hope for.

Forcast for tomorrow--60 degrees and sunny.

See you all tonight/tomorrow.
 

kmcconaughey

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Big Steve, good to see you post. I sure wish I could come down that way and play but I have other obligations. Hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable time!

Allen, nope no Wild Turkey and 7 for me. Look again, it sure is obvious to me.
 

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Hello: Just cahnged a 4 terminal Voltage Regulator on a CCO, and when trying to start it, it started to smoke (Electrically). Is there something that I need to do after changing a regulator, or did I goof up the cahnge out??? Thanks, Mark
 

kmcconaughey

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Mark, did you replace it with another 4 terminal regulator?

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Kraig,
I see it. Kinda' like the Jesus on the tortilla.
 

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Mark J. Schairer
Kraig: Yes, another 4 terminal. Do I have to arc it out? The wire form the ground terminal toStarter Generator (The blue wire) started to melt. Mark
 
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