Topic: Re: 656 Thoughts
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The normal repairs on a loader tractor will be hydraulic pumps, radiators, brakes, shifting mechanism, clutch, pto drive etc. I would rather put a ta in a 706 than a 656. The pto drive from clutch is stradle mounted on tapered roller bearings so you cannot pull the shaft out with out getting bottom gear out of the way. To pull the rear cover to get into transmission is a real pain. I just prefer the larger frame tractors for working on. It's what I have done for a living, not my own tractors. Cost of parts, a toss up between them on normal wear items.
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