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Agri King

12-12-2013 16:25:53




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The stick holding the grill screen in. Lol




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Moline_guy

12-13-2013 15:25:11




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 16:25:53  
My 1586 has about the same hours and the low side has been slipping occasionally. Father/son repair shop quoted me around $5000 for everything you are doing, does that sound about right?



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Agri King

12-13-2013 15:57:34




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Moline_guy, 12-13-2013 15:25:11  
Moline, Yes that's about right. I told the farmer $5000, it may be $5500-$6000 yet, depends if the flywheel can be turned etc.



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Moline_guy

12-13-2013 21:46:32




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-13-2013 15:57:34  
Thanks for the information.



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1370rod

12-12-2013 18:33:05




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 16:25:53  
That gives new meaning to the phrase "Use What You Have" LOL. But that is Ok, there's guys around here that would have not bothered and threw the screen away, Rod.



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oldproudvet

12-12-2013 17:43:18




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 16:25:53  
That looks like a possibility from a "lot" of those factories out there today



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JW

12-12-2013 17:14:47




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 16:25:53  
No, the 86 series didn't have anything that well thought out or nice on them



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-12-2013 18:08:02




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to JW, 12-12-2013 17:14:47  
So shocked its not painted orange saw one of those on a 1570 oh well LOL



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Agri King

12-12-2013 20:07:13




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 12-12-2013 18:08:02  
All good answers. I give you guys an A for today. I ordered a new grill, I didn't ask the farmer...if you can afford a TA job you can buy a grill. The stick is ridiculous.



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Dave F

12-13-2013 04:12:32




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 20:07:13  
Before you stick the new grill in, may I suggest wraping a a piece of smooth wire around one of the cooler brackets behind the screen.

Line the wire up with about where one of the grill bars will be when installed. Leave both wire ends about 8" long so they can poke through the screen holes and then two wraps around the grill.

I did that to the 1466 because corn stalks and sticks from brush mowing would get up under the release lever. Or someone else wouldn't get the latch seated quite right. Never lost a grill after adding the wire.

What's the story on the 94 series in the background?

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Agri King

12-13-2013 05:05:36




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Dave F, 12-13-2013 04:12:32  
Hello Dave, It's a 1983 2594 6 speed power shift. You could call it hoarding. I never use to be like this until I started following this CASE discussion forum. Lol. Someday I'll get it out and wash the dust off for a pic.



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Nathan (SD)

12-12-2013 23:06:43




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 20:07:13  
The grill is probably at home in the shed.



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1370rod

12-12-2013 21:01:15




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-12-2013 20:07:13  
Eric, does the TA job in Wisc. get the normal clutch,PPA,PTO gear,MCV pump and rear crank seal also? I better not forget the occasional flywheel. Darn things can get a little pricey, Rod.



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Agri King

12-13-2013 04:41:53




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to 1370rod, 12-12-2013 21:01:15  
Rod, You nailed it. Plus the Pto input shaft, housing,& bearing, Hy-Tran & filter. I have my toe nails crossed that the flywheel will turn. The tractor has 4400 hours. As far as I can tell this is the 1st TA & clutch. I need to do the same thing to a 1486 next. It won't be long and I'll be able to post on the IH forum. Lol



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1370rod

12-13-2013 06:39:41




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 Re: Is this Factory? in reply to Agri King, 12-13-2013 04:41:53  
Yep forgot the housing and brg and the trans covers and linkage that likes to wear out and they raz me about the troubles Case's have, LOL. There is a guy here that is removing rear fenders from a 970, says there not perfect, I will have to get a pic of them to show you to see if they are worth buying, he has not mentioned a price. Rod.



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