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Morgan in ar

05-20-2018 15:48:28




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It was the filter. I thought I had already changed it, then I noticed the new filter on my work bench. Thanks again for all the input. Now I have to get that filler tube out of the transmission.




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BarnyardEngineering

05-21-2018 06:48:03




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 Re: It works! ( And I look dumb) in reply to Morgan in ar, 05-20-2018 15:48:28  
Is an aluminum tube really going to be a problem? Everything in there is hardened steel, which should just chew the aluminum up and spit it out if it does happen to get caught between a couple of gears.

But frankly if it hasn't caused any problem by now it is laying safely in the bottom of the sump. Just my humble opinion, but I would not worry about it much.



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roy prins

05-20-2018 18:34:15




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 Re: It works! ( And I look dumb) in reply to Morgan in ar, 05-20-2018 15:48:28  
I like them 460;s and 560;s -- put a fork on the back for traveling and use the front end loader just for putting the bale in place -- Your front end will like You for it __ dont ask why I know -- Roy



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WayneLee

05-20-2018 17:56:56




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 Re: It works! ( And I look dumb) in reply to Morgan in ar, 05-20-2018 15:48:28  
Looks like you will be going thru a lot of front ends



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Morgan in ar

05-20-2018 19:11:47




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 Re: It works! ( And I look dumb) in reply to WayneLee, 05-20-2018 17:56:56  
Just testing it out.



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