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Tom from Ontario

03-31-2011 16:59:12




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Neighbourhood wizard has a 611B gas COM torn apart. I think he has been through the engine and has a fair amount of money into it. He started into the transmission and is wondering how far to go (money wise) or just part it out. Has WFE and Eagle hitch. A rare bird in this end of the world. Any thoughts on this thing?

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Joe Young

03-31-2011 17:33:41




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 Re: 611B in reply to Tom from Ontario, 03-31-2011 16:59:12  
Tom

Has he encountered a problem in the transmission? Baring a significant problem with the COM clutch system, there is usually not a lot that goes wrong with the transmission and rear-end. If he has completed an engine rebuild, the biggest cost/potential risk should be behind him. The 600B series tractors have a fairly unique engine that is is getting pricey to overhaul.

My experience with these little "Rock Island" tractors has been very good. It's not hard to get upside down financially due to parts prices, so if he is doing this to get rich...he should stop now. Otherwise finish the restoration and enjoy a bulletproof little tractor for years to come.

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chris600

03-31-2011 17:25:27




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 Re: 611B in reply to Tom from Ontario, 03-31-2011 16:59:12  
whats wrong with the rear end where abouts are you from



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Tom from Ontario

03-31-2011 18:41:08




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 Re: 611B in reply to chris600, 03-31-2011 17:25:27  
We're about 2 hours northwest of Toronto, Ontario. I haven't seen the tractor and while Wralph the Wrench is an absolute magician with tractors and engines, he doesn't do the computer thing. I think he is fixing it for someone but I just don't know. Thanks for the replies. If I can find out what he needs, I'll put the word on here.



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