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560 gas out- 560 diesel in

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IaGary

07-07-2014 06:48:18
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I found a nice 560 diesel to replace the 560 gas.

The diesel needed a new hydraulic pump and a couple of leaks fixed. I ran it a couple of days on the Batwing mower. And she ran good.

Now to switch the fenders and get rid of the gas 560.




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Alvin Dick

07-07-2014 19:22:25
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to IaGary, 07-07-2014 06:48:18  
we have put 7000hrs on a 560 diesel and have had no trouble with it, never had to replace a gasket.



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ash borer

07-07-2014 16:34:33
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to IaGary, 07-07-2014 06:48:18  
Keep a spare head gasket and a set of ARP head bolts on hand, you will need them. The 560 broke IH. and the 282 dsl. was one of the biggest pos's ever made. many ended up with the sleeves around the rods.



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rustred

07-07-2014 22:10:32
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to ash borer, 07-07-2014 16:34:33  
you are totally full of it! have you owned one/ worked on one? or even driven one? or even know how to operate one? it was even one of the best fuel miser"s.



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oldtanker

07-07-2014 21:14:03
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to ash borer, 07-07-2014 16:34:33  
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No, it didn't break IH. If the 560 cause the failure how in the heck did it take from 1963 to 1986? If the 560 was going to cause the collapse of IH maybe 3 years, not 23. A lot of things cause IH to fail. Failing farm economy, not enough profit margin even though the earned far more than the closest competitor. JD's net profit margin as about 5%. IH's was about 2%. Company like that can't stay in business at 2%. Their failure to get rid of the TA earlier, lot of actors, but the 560 wasn't at fault.

Rick

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oleblu

07-07-2014 16:33:40
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to IaGary, 07-07-2014 06:48:18  
Stan...even an Oliver guy like me can see that the diesel must be the one on the right, plugged in so it will start in July!!! LOL



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mkirsch

07-08-2014 05:53:37
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to oleblu, 07-07-2014 16:33:40  
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Except you'd be wrong. It's the one on the LEFT.

You can clearly see the air tube and carburetor on the one on the right. A diesel would have fuel filters there.



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tomstractorsandtoys

07-07-2014 20:39:09
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to oleblu, 07-07-2014 16:33:40  
I think that a 560 has the same engine as a 656 and if that is true it will not start in July with a fire under it without the glow plugs.But it was still a very good engine.Neighbor had a 656 utility that was his big tractor years ago that had so much blowby that he tied a gallon jug under the pipe and would pour it back in the motor every morning.That poor tractor was so wore out and he ran it for years like that plowing,disking and choping silage.I am a Deere man but IH may have had a beter engine than the Deere. Both of those tractors look nice and I would enjoy some seat time on either one.

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Stan - Florida

07-07-2014 11:16:17
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to IaGary, 07-07-2014 06:48:18  
Gary,

You know how much I know about Farmalls - which one is the diesel? They both look nice.

Stan



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oldtanker

07-07-2014 07:18:34
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to IaGary, 07-07-2014 06:48:18  
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Nice. I like the 560D's. Wouldn't turn down a 560 gasser over this M I have.

Rick



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KEH

07-07-2014 15:20:01
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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to oldtanker, 07-07-2014 07:18:34  

You had good service out of that 560, didn't you, Gary? My uninformed impression is that you will have no trouble selling it.

KEH



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