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1962 IH 340 utility hydrolics

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sgtusmc_nc

03-26-2016 09:27:49




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Anyone know what this broken part is called and where I can get a replacement? third party image third party image




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sgtusmc_nc

03-31-2016 14:19:54




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 Re: 1962 IH 340 utility hydrolics in reply to sgtusmc_nc, 03-26-2016 09:27:49  
How do you eliminate the system? Just disconnect the piece from the hydrolics cylander?



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Mark W.

03-29-2016 06:45:29




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 Re: 1962 IH 340 utility hydrolics in reply to sgtusmc_nc, 03-26-2016 09:27:49  
You can easily eliminate the traction control system. Mine has not had one on it for over 30 years and is not missed.



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sgtusmc_nc

03-26-2016 16:03:12




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 Re: 1962 IH 340 utility hydrolics in reply to sgtusmc_nc, 03-26-2016 09:27:49  
Thank you for the diagram but I think the parts you listed are what connects my broken rid to the shift linkage that goes under the seat to the actual control arm. But I do think this is the right page to find my parts.
I. Ought the tractor last year and I'm slowly fixing some things that were previously done. That piece never looked factory which scares into thinking they might not make it anymore:(

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Janicholson

03-26-2016 10:52:50




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 Re: 1962 IH 340 utility hydrolics in reply to sgtusmc_nc, 03-26-2016 09:27:49  
It appears to be the following part 374975R11 ARM ASSEMBLY, compensator, drawbars and hitches From the parts diagram.The one in the photo seems to be incorrectly welded to the other part hanging on the cylinder bolt. There seems to be a link that attaches there, not welded, but pivoted. Parts 16 20 and 21. I would remove both pieces and reconstruct the cylinder pin system to last with proper sized pin and grease fitting. The traction control on these is very marginal, and I believe will work as well as it can without the components shown in the illustration that are missing. It was probably an industrial with some specific attachment for leveling or? Jim

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