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Re: 400 TA

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Red Dave

04-08-2001 16:29:42

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Son, your gonna drive me to drinkin' if you don't stop drivin' that hot rod Lincoln.
Sorry, I just couldn't resist that.
Others can confirm this, but, I think you have to split the tractor to replace the TA. It can be done in a home shop, but you will need to have the equipment to handle the heavy pieces safely. TA's go out on stock tractors too, sometimes from misuse and abuse, sometimes they just wear out. If the gear you need is the one on the starter, it should be available at a local starter/generator shop, at a Case/IH dealer or from one of many aftermarket sources.

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04-08-2001 22:19:57

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 Re: Re: 400 TA in reply to Red Dave, 04-08-2001 16:29:42  
Picture this. Two headers coming straight up on the side of the hood, where the holes in the hood were now is 2 intake pipes going into a collector, the tractor is about 1 foot longer, when the engine is brought from idle to high idle and back again it puts a foot flame out the headers, a wide front end has beed added, the rear wheels are hub mount duals, there is a big old Mallory tach on the steering column, the hydraulic pump was modified and now is driven off of the front crankshaft, the hood was extended,and it all looks like factory work. If you didn't know better you would think it was made this way.

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