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5082

Re: Parts Tractor and Lessons Learned

For transmission fork reinstall use 2 threaded rods and vice grip to hold cover 6 inch up and squirt can oil onto fork and with flashlight see drip land in
kevihb250
Sep 4
#5082
 
5081

Re: Digest Number 1926

My 434 has 12V glowplugs and starts typically with 5 to 6 seconds of glow. My 275 has the original serial type and, following a full engine rebuild needs about
tophound44
Sep 4
#5081
 
5080

Re: Parts Tractor and Lessons Learned

I have a B275 with the smaller brakes and the B434 has the larger ones, both of which I did a full rebuild on last winter (including on the B434 skimming the
tophound44
Sep 4
#5080
 
5079

Re: Digest Number 1926

You have 12volt pencil type glow plugs then :) My old 434 with a new inframe rebuild kit (pistons, liners, rod bearings etc....) ... is a good solid 1 minute
shane_levo
Sep 3
#5079
 
5078

Re: Parts Tractor and Lessons Learned

Thanks, Andrew. I was afraid of that, but I wasn't sure. The transmission on the donor tractor seems to snap into gears and between ranges better than my older
vclubamp1
Sep 3
#5078
 
5077

Re: Parts Tractor and Lessons Learned

Re the larger brakes, you can't simply swap the larger (later) brakes to the earlier tractors. As a minimum you would also have to swap the whole rear end,
tophound44
Sep 2
#5077
 
5076

Re: B-414 Grill panel source in USA?

Well, I see where caseIH sells them for $327 now. Maybe I just couldn't find it then. That's still a chunk of change, though. You're right, it can't be that
vclubamp1
Sep 2
#5076
 
5075

Parts Tractor and Lessons Learned

I recently found a parts tractor. I couldnt get here to see it, but I had a friend there to take some pics of the power steering components and made a deal
vclubamp1
Sep 1
#5075
 
5074

Re: Digest Number 1926

Do you really need 30 seconds? I never have to glow for more than 5 or 6 seconds. Ron On Tue, 29 Aug 2017 20:59:07 -0700 "Bart Hull BartDHull@...
woodchuck909
Aug 29
#5074
 
5073

Re: Digest Number 1926

You don't need a controller. Push button to a Ford starter solenoid. I use 30 seconds and have never burned out a plug. Also if tractor idles rough I give it
Bart Hull
Aug 29
#5073
 
5072

Re: Glow Plug Upgrade for B-275.

did you find a kit i had to inport mine for the b414  i will look ware i got it from On Thursday, 10 August 2017, 0:54, "ted e hyfestestestes@...
chris godfrey
Aug 29
#5072
 
5071

Re: Glow Plug Upgrade for B-275.

cant locate the kit... want to go to fast glow but dont see the controller , am i going to the wrong site as i see it was posted six years ago {?}
ted e
Aug 9
#5071
 
5070

Re: b414

cheers thanks On Monday, 17 July 2017, 22:17, "andrewtbury andrewtbury@... [internationalbseriestractors]"
chris godfrey
Jul 18
#5070
 
5069

Re: b414

It depends on a number of things foremost of which is what is the loader capacity.  My b -414 has an IH 2001 loader on it and, per the documentation of that
STEVEN CROOKS
Jul 17
#5069
 
5068

Re: b414

We lifted hay easy, but wraped silage bales are very heavy. you'll need a counterweight to ease the steering. there is a brass screen in the resivour on the 1
kevihb250
Jul 17
#5068
 
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