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Re: 1086 pto

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07-26-2013 19:41:33

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I would second that - overfill. What's the rest of the story - where were you hogging away? My neighbor called because his Allis died hogging. I got there and he was on the ditch side with the tank outlet uphill and a quarter tank of diesel. Amazing, we poured diesel in it and it fired up.

Point being; if you were on a hill you may have sucked air with a bad seal in there. Over fill it and it should help. Oh, and pray that's it the whole time you are holding that 5 gallon bucket up there.

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07-27-2013 07:19:54

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 Re: 1086 pto in reply to notjustair, 07-26-2013 19:41:33  
Probably a loose PTO pick up and it is flooping around and he is on hills. When going down hill the PTo quiets when on the flats or going up hill it works fine FOR now . BUT at some point he will get to install new clutches and disc. Thne he can fix the loose pickup and a new seal and that seal leaves a lot to be desired .

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07-27-2013 07:24:37

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 Re: 1086 pto in reply to The tractor vet, 07-27-2013 07:19:54  
Thank you gentlemen. This makes perfect sense as I was going down hill. I'll throw another 5 gallon in there.

I'll probably end up going through it soon anyways the rear main seal is dripping a little.

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