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Re: Repairing a 574

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09-04-2013 16:17:50

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Hi Bill,
How many hours on engine or is hour meter not functioning? The D-239 was always a hard starter in the cold. The newer versions had higher compression pistons that helped starting in the cold. Re hyd fluid leak from under dash, could be PS pump or PB system. There are actually two master cylinders, one for each brake with an equalizer valve between the two. Unfortunately to fix leaky wheel brake cyl O-rings you have to remove the axle. Splitting tractor will only help a little with brake repairs as master cyls are under battery box. Here is parts from

Good luck with your clutch replacement.

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09-04-2013 16:33:13

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 Re: Repairing a 574 in reply to JimB2, 09-04-2013 16:17:50  
Bill, forgot about the recirculating tank heaters.
We bought a couple at auto parts store but just google: engine recirculating tank heaters.

Depending were you live and your requirements there are different wattage of heaters. If you want to leave the tractor plugged in all the time on a timer then a 500W heater is probably good. If you just want to plug it in for 30 Min before start then a 1500W heater is better.


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