I just feel like I'm running in mud and not getting anywhere. I am really struggling to get parts (or come up with part numbers I need). Today i took a 30 mile drive to my last hope tractor dealer. I knew I was in trouble when the guy don't understand the model of my tractor was a jubilee or naa.. I need to get the replacement o ring for the unloading valve and the o ring for the pressure relief connecting tube.
Is these manual any good does it list the original part numbers so I can cross reference?
Re: Running in mud and sinking fast... in reply to Asher, 02-11-2019 23:28:28
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