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Tach cable help

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JeffPhillips

09-13-2019 21:24:30




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I need some help finding a tach cable for a diesel 3414. Most cables listed for this machine specify that they are for the gas variant, not the diesel. I finally found one for a B414, which while being of the correct configuration, is only 36" long compared to the required 48" length.

The parts manual lists it as two parts

Shaft: 3049482r91

Core: 3049371r1

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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jimb2

09-14-2019 06:19:19




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 Re: Tach cable help in reply to JeffPhillips, 09-13-2019 21:24:30  
The usual failure was the tach drive mechanism that ran off the top of the oil pump shaft on the BD-154 Diesel.
Also if you live in a colder climate make sure that the tach cable has a coating of a light grease so that moisture doesn't collect and allow tach cable to freeze to the outer cable.



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JeffPhillips

09-13-2019 22:44:27




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 Re: Tach cable help in reply to JeffPhillips, 09-13-2019 21:24:30  
Please forgive me, I know very little about tach cables. With the product suggested in the above link, I see no reference to the tractor model nor to the listed parts numbers. How are you cross referencing the model numbers to know it will work?



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Bob

09-13-2019 22:28:21




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 Re: Tach cable help in reply to JeffPhillips, 09-13-2019 21:24:30  
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I see this very site, our gracious hosts, have it, as well.

https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/D3NN17365C_Tachometer-Cable_28422.htm



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Bob

09-13-2019 22:26:03




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 Re: Tach cable help in reply to JeffPhillips, 09-13-2019 21:24:30  
How about the one linked below?

If NOT, what ends do you need?



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