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Re: A Mechanics Memories, All The 1370 Rear End Jobs.

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03-28-2014 22:21:26

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Hi Interesting blast from the past there. I worked in a wreckers. my only involvement with these was they got hauled in when the chunks came out the bottom of the housings. Would the cause of this be guys running up and down the powershift with a tiller buried up to the frame, and full bore throttle?.

I guess you should of been a Massey mechanic, according to the guys on the massey board this kinda stuff don"t happen to 1135 and 55 tractors!. It would of been a pretty easy and boring job working for MF just changing oil /servicing and doing PDI on new equipment L.O.L.
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03-29-2014 05:43:41

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 Re: A Mechanics Memories, All The 1370 Rear End Jobs. in reply to robert major, 03-28-2014 22:21:26  
We had some early white 13's with sun gear damage show up with as few as 500 hrs on them. Heck there was 2290's with ring and pinion damage before 1000 hrs. Case had some tractors released with poor quality parts, but it was not just them, the red and green camps produced stuff they won't do any bragging about either. Rod.

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