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06-28-2011 10:15:53

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Anyone have one, possibly in eastern WI? I believe it's the same one used from 770-2670. CNH wants $116 so I was hoping to find one cheaper used. I have the tool to remove it if needed. Also a battery box if it's not too rusted out(like mine). I think those are the same as 770-1570. Thanks!
PS. Question for the RPS 34 mechanics here- When ordering parts a while back, the parts guy (a very good one) convinced me to buy the "new style" piston seal kit instead of the "old style", which would require going to "new style" pistons as well. I have the seals but not the pistons. Now the question- is shucking out $400+ for the updated pistons worth it, or do I buy the "old style" seals and re-use the pistons I've got? We have two tractors with the original RPS 34 and have never had trouble with them. If it's worth it then I'd be looking for the pistons used too. Thanks again!

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06-29-2011 20:30:14

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 Re: 1370 tach drive in reply to farmboyWI, 06-28-2011 10:15:53  
Sound like good advice from good people! I'll get the new pistons when I get that far. I was already thinking at $220 for the old seals I'd be halfway to all new pistons so this makes it final. Thanks! PS. JC I'll send you an email.

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06-28-2011 19:19:42

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 Re: 1370 tach drive in reply to farmboyWI, 06-28-2011 10:15:53  
Agree with mEL. Use the late pistons. It just isn't worth trying to reuse the old style pistons. I ordered pistons today, $110 each. But the c2-c3 friction plates are $95 each, and leaking pistons will wreck your expensive clutch plates.

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06-28-2011 18:55:16

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 Re: 1370 tach drive in reply to farmboyWI, 06-28-2011 10:15:53  
I do have a good used A34266 drive tach. jc

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06-28-2011 14:32:51

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 Re: 1370 tach drive in reply to farmboyWI, 06-28-2011 10:15:53  
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I suggest that you update to the new style pistons. They are much better with a very positive seal than the lip type with the wire expander. Just be very careful when you install the pistons into the carriers as you can nick the edges if you don't guide them in. mEl

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