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'66 1032 ck project

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12-20-2014 11:09:27

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Acquired a '66 1032 ck 6 cyl dsl (3,000 +/- hrs) project. Have seen some beautifully restored tractors on this site. As much as I'd like to create a show piece, my priority is to restore the tractor for use in the field. Am in the process of determining extent of work to be done to accomplish that goal.

Have initially, changed all filters and fluids, converted from generator to alternator, completely rewired, replaced gauges and sending units. The tractor runs!

Manuals specify at operating temp and rpm the dsl should produce 40 to 50 psi of oil pressure. At engine speeds ranging from 600 to 1900, am only seeing 25 psi.

Manuals specify at the outlet of the third stage fuel filter there should be 12 to 20 psi of fuel pressure in the low pressure supply of the injector pump. At all engine speeds, am seeing 30 psi plus (pegged) on a mechanical gauge.

Manuals specify 600 rpm at low idle, throttle against the stop. With the throttle against the stop, am seeing 900 +/- rpm.

Have theories and think I understand what is to be done next, but am looking for wisdom and insight from those more experienced in the restoration work of a tractor. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

My sincere thanks and well wishes for Christmas and the coming New Year. Merry Christmas!

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johnny dollar

12-25-2014 08:23:29

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 Re: '66 1032 ck project in reply to MDD, 12-20-2014 11:09:27  
Good luck should follow this tractor spent many hours on one and have a 930 myself which over the years went from primary tillage to yard dog, back up corn planter tractor. Cant answer fuel questions. On oil pressure was your 25psi on a mechanical gauge or electric sending unit? Even though new harness and sending units wire size and proper ground, as you know are very important. On my 1070 before I purchased it cavitation put a hole in sleeve old guy I bought it from only replaced one, but was able to have std rod and mains put it to revive oil press, crank was good. Since then Ive had to do a in frame OH. Merry Christmas!

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12-26-2014 09:23:48

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 Re: '66 1032 ck project in reply to johnny dollar, 12-25-2014 08:23:29  
Johnny, hello. Trust you've had a Merry Christmas. Curious, where do you "hail" from? Am, about forty miles N of KC, MO.

Couple of ?'s. How did you determine you had a hole in a sleeve? How extensive is an in frame overhaul? And, where did you find parts if you didn't find what you need on YT?

You've got a good point re: sending unit. Thinking I'll try a mechanical gauge to confirm oil psi.

Consider this theory to see if my logic "holds water", thinking the fuel psi issue may be a result of a faulty fuel relief valve. Late model '66's have an integral relief valve between the first and second stage filters. The transfer pump pulls fuel from the first stage and returns to the second stage. The relief opens to the first stage when the second stage is over pressurized. Thinking the relief is not functioning creating over pressure in the entire fuel loop.

Thinking the low idle rpm is as simple as adjusting the linkage. If so, it may be the simplest problem I'll face on this project.

Look forward to your reply. Thanks.


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