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1968 403

11-28-2010 07:20:08




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Is A&I the best place to buy aftermarket parts for 90 series Case tractors? I am going to put brakes and PTO clutches in my 2590.




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rustyfarmall

11-30-2010 07:28:25




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 Re: After market tractor parts in reply to nitrous, 11-28-2010 07:20:08  
This is a very interesting read.

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Agri King

11-29-2010 22:04:41




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 Re: After market tractor parts in reply to 1968 403, 11-28-2010 07:20:08  
I have used A&I pto plates for 70 & 90, 94, 96, series tractors, they seem to be allright. I soak all plates in Hy-tran before installing, but most important you need to run Hy-tran oil. Case plates can fall apart too from cheap hyd oil(auto part store, walmart oil.)



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1968 403

11-29-2010 16:16:04




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 Re: After market tractor parts in reply to 1968 403, 11-28-2010 07:20:08  
Thanks guys. I want the 2590 kept up in good shape so I will buy from the Case/IH dealer. She is still one of the best big horses ever built.



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Thad

11-28-2010 17:10:18




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 Re: After market tractor parts in reply to 1968 403, 11-28-2010 07:20:08  
My advice is bite the bullet and go to your dealer. My experience has been bad with thier pto disc,s and havent even tried a wet brake pad. What i have seen is the glue seems to turn loose that holds the linning on. My 2 cents Thad



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karl h

11-28-2010 14:47:00




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 Re: After market tractor parts in reply to 1968 403, 11-28-2010 07:20:08  
I have had bad luck with A&I aftermarket parts....they either don't fit properly (1070 brake actuating disks) or they don't work properly (830 light switch)..... 90% of the parts from i have bought from A&I have failed and I end up buying the OEM ones from case... save your money buy OEM.....my two cents



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