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jon f mn

06-30-2013 19:02:33

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Worked on the 1160 today. It seems to run well. put an electric fuel pump on, then found that the problem was a stuck float needle. LOL oh well. Also fixed the mufflers and put the rubber bushings in for the shoe. Then took some shims out of the walker wood blocks. That is not a job for the faint of heart. I may have used some inapropriate words while doing that. Also found that the shaft in the clutch housing was seized. Had to get the little woman to help with that. I tied a strap to the lever and pulled it back with a bar and then the wife would push it down. Took a while workin it back and forth and sprayin with lube but at least she moves now. Here's a couple of videos of it running.


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07-01-2013 05:06:12

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to jon f mn, 06-30-2013 19:02:33  
Jon thank-you for sharing the video. Hope it works out that we see more videos of in the field. Yeah know I beginning ta think you have a lot of case equipment. How do you find the time to run all that stuff. With over the road semi work you do? Watch'en them videos bought ah smile over my face think'en about the "back'en the day" when dad pulled the 77 outa the back of the machine shed,wash off the bird poop. It had big deep toolbox that had the manual in it which showed where all the grease zerks where. Upon finshing grease'en my job was ta dump used eng. oil on in the cycial-bar before dad would fire-up the pto on the 700 to a idel. Watch the dust be'en shook-out that old girl. You knew oat season was coming. Sorry for ramble again. Thanks again Jon.

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06-30-2013 20:03:44

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to jon f mn, 06-30-2013 19:02:33  
Jon, looks good! Glad to see it run without ether or lighting your hand on fire! I got some wheat for you to try it on.

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Case Nutty 1660

06-30-2013 19:45:35

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to jon f mn, 06-30-2013 19:02:33  
Great job Jon,, she looks like she is happy,,, couple more things be sure to maintain the oil level in the governor VERY IMPORTANT,, also you need to check no load speed and reset if its not correct thanks for sharing cnt

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jon f mn

06-30-2013 19:51:23

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-30-2013 19:45:35  
How do you check the rpms and where? I'm thinking they are low.

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Case Nutty 1660

06-30-2013 20:11:21

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to jon f mn, 06-30-2013 19:51:23  
at the beater shaft I will get my manual out and scan the pages you need from the vid I would say she is a little slow too that's what made me think of it knew there was more I needed to tell you on the phone LOL cnt

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Kow Farmer

06-30-2013 19:44:34

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to jon f mn, 06-30-2013 19:02:33  
Great videos Jon. Are you going to put her to work in the small grain harvest this year? Did you get a corn head too? Sharp lookin' combine. Best of luck with it.
Kow Farmer Kurt

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jon f mn

06-30-2013 19:52:38

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 Re: It LIVES!! in reply to Kow Farmer, 06-30-2013 19:44:34  
I'm hoping to. We'll have to see if the swather works out. Looks like the combine is going to be ok.

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