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Re: 841 gold demo tractor

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04-02-2013 12:12:31

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Hello Clovis , You have what is LEFT OF A GOLD DEMO the original transmission is GONE AS IS THE ORIGINAL SERIAL NUMBER as would any extra value of being a Gold Demo if someone wanted it . No serial number means no proof(other than the original Gold Paint) . The four speed that is in it does belong in it , it WAS NOT INSTALLED BY THE FACTORY under no circumstance and it was not a factory change out or anything else , it does belong there and the serial number does not mean anything at all , except to the tractor that the four speed came out of . IF you were lucky enough to find a Gold Transmission with a serial number and 881 model number stamped on it you could put the tractor back together and nobody could prove or disprove that it was the original transmission for that tractor , except for us that saw it here . I also have two Gold Demo's and have been researching them for years , the most common ones are the 871's and the 881's then the 971's and the 981's . The 671's and the 681's are more rare as are the 771's but still rarer are the 1811 , 1871 and 1881 Heavy Duty Industrials . Probably the rarest would be a 571 or 581 Offset tractor if one was ever built , but there is no proof either way . Thanks Tony

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04-03-2013 06:19:22

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 Re: 841 gold demo tractor in reply to TONY JACOBS, 04-02-2013 12:12:31  
The good news is I don't own just doing homework the last thing I need is another project. Thank to everybody for their input. This forum is great. I do have a question of whats up with the hose coming from the hydraulic pump bleed bact to the resivior ? i dont see a valve on it.


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04-03-2013 18:45:55

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 Re: 841 gold demo tractor in reply to clovispoint, 04-03-2013 06:19:22  
Hello Joe , Since the port on top of the pump is also pressure not just to bleed the pump and the port on the side of the rear axle housing is test port for pressure , I would assume he has a leak in the hydraulic tube through the trans case and hose is just a quick way around the problem . I never tried that but it should work if the pump port to the trans is plugged . Thanks Tony

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