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Re: international 484 basic questions / value

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08-22-2013 17:19:52

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Hi James, Throttle control should be lever on dash on right side of steering column. If there is similar lever on left side of steering column that is T/A control, forward is direct drive, back is low. Re gear shift levers: could be two different styles, old style: lever has 4 positions, gears 1 to 4, 1 being at top rear and 4 being at bottom, the other lever selects Rev, Neutral, Low all the way forward and Hi half way down and towards drivers seat.
New style has lever for 1-2 and 3-4 in H pattern and other lever is Rev, Neutral, Hi. Low.

Re weakness, power brakes and parking brake.
Check PB individually for being "spungy". Could be caused by leaking PB cylinder O-rings.
Check parking brake for holding ability. Problem is Operator could have driven tractor with parking brake engaged and chewed up parking brake band in the diff and all the bits will clog up the hydraulic filter.
Pull the dip stick and check the crankcase oil for smelling like Diesel fuel. Could have the front drive shaft on injection pump leaking Diesel fuel into crankcase.
Otherwise a very good 40HP tractor and the German made D-179 engine will run a long time if properly maintained.


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08-22-2013 19:50:52

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 Re: international 484 basic questions / value in reply to JimB2, 08-22-2013 17:19:52  
ok cool. Thanks.--I remember that lever and considered it but it had the little rabbit/turtle symbols and thought it was a hi/lo lever. It is the old style gearing on it.

I dont think i will be able to test the parking brake as it is on a flat surface. Im not sure that i will ever need it anyway to be honest. Im sure it would come in handy sometime but i think i could live without it. Im assuming the inj pump would have to be taken to a specialist to fix that leak ?---if it is leaking This tractor has a front end loader on it as well...any reason why it wouldnt work well on this tractor? A bucket and a hay fork. I am assuming it handled round bales ok.

What would one of these be worth without the leak...and with a leak? -------i understand theres many different variables to this question just give it your best shot if you dont mind.

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