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connor9988

12-19-2014 15:56:11




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Well tore into it a little more today. The lower portion of the fenders are rotted out but we should be able to save them. I removed the gauge cluster and it will need work. When the fire melted the battery it let the acid corrode the interior of the compartment including the cluster.Fingers crossed the glass protected the inside of the gauges.
one picture shows an interesting valve on the transmission. What originally went in that threaded port? Just the hydraulic return line?

Still looking for some tires for it. There are some cheaper ones for sale in Des Moines that I'm interested in.

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Joe (Wa)

12-19-2014 17:55:49




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to connor9988, 12-19-2014 15:56:11  
That is a selector valve mounted in the Eagle hitch hydraulic line. It would be used to supply hydraulic supply and return for remote single acting cylinder(s).

The valve simply selects the Eagle hitch OR a remote cylinder system for operation. This is some times used to operate the lift cylinders on a front loader.

Joe



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Adirondack case guy

12-19-2014 17:34:23




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to connor9988, 12-19-2014 15:56:11  
I have a repairable gauge cluster that You can have for $30 bucks, plus shopping. e-mail open for pics and details.
Loren



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connor9988

12-20-2014 09:45:50




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-19-2014 17:34:23  
ACG I might have to take you up on that offer.



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01gentdc

12-20-2014 06:00:03




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-19-2014 17:34:23  
He would be better off finding a replacement for sure Loren ,,, They mite have one at Ruscha ,, too ,,



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C. Amick

12-19-2014 16:37:31




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to connor9988, 12-19-2014 15:56:11  
My 300 doesn't have a gauge cluster anymore. Someone pop riveted a piece of sheet metal over the cluster opening and cut holes in it to accommodate individual gauges. It looks pretty good. No tachometer or fuel level gauge though.



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chuck machinist

12-19-2014 16:18:37




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to 1031D, 12-19-2014 15:56:11  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see I am glad to see that you have jumped into this resto/ You will spend more than you want to, but you will have great stories to tell and one fine tractor to show! Chuck



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oldmisterbill

12-20-2014 07:19:11




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 Re: More work on the 300 in reply to chuck machinist, 12-19-2014 16:18:37  
Well while we're on the subject of gauge clusters - I could use a repairable one too. I have 2 that only have Big holes where the gauges were.



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