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Well here it is-"the good"





And the bad......


Rod is hanging


What is this?


CCKA :thumbsup:


Flopping in breeze...


Breathers?


This is just falling out....


Overall carb, filter missing etc.
Would never have a machine in this condition. I have an E Mail to Brian to see what he can get for me. I am not going to run it until I get the filter in place. Choke was relocated and bastardized. Quite a mess. I am going to order parts manual and operators manual and start cleaning things up. Lot of hydraulic fluid leaking. I brought Rotella with me this morning as well as straight 30 Kohler oil I added to crankcase.
This tractor needs some respect and its now going to get it. I hate to see machinery treated this way. What an engine this FEL has, how could it be treated in this manner? :thumbdown:
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Bart said:
You got scammed but, being the generous sole I am, I will take it off your hands. :sidelaugh:
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Bart: The wife just made a philosophical observation. She says I never do anything she wants!
Looks like I'll be doing some home construction soon..... :chopwood:
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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Bart said:
You got scammed but, being the generous sole I am, I will take it off your hands. :sidelaugh:
:sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
Bart: The wife just made a philosophical observation. She says I never do anything she wants!
Looks like I'll be doing some home construction soon..... :chopwood:
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What's your wife's email address? I can see I'm communicating with the wrong person. :sidelaugh:
 

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Bart said:
InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Bart said:
You got scammed but, being the generous sole I am, I will take it off your hands. :sidelaugh:
:sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
Bart: The wife just made a philosophical observation. She says I never do anything she wants!
Looks like I'll be doing some home construction soon..... :chopwood:
:222: :446: Best Regard, Rich
What's your wife's email address? I can see I'm communicating with the wrong person. :sidelaugh:
Bart: Believe me its not that! I wish it was!!!!!! :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
BushBoneYard said:
We need to make sure this gets on tractorcupid.com :thumbup:
Oppps...... Its already there :thumbsup:
Yes it is......... and you've already begun annoying everyone with it..... just as I said you would. :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
 

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Don't sweat it, you will be fixing a lot of little things on it as I did mine.

I am going to have to pull the rear wheels and have them blasted as they are filled with calcium chloride and are starting to leak. Also I covered all of the hydraulic lines with automotive electrical conduit as the original rubber coating is gone, which means I will have to replace the lines before long. :cry:
 

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Don't sweat it, you will be fixing a lot of little things on it as I did mine.

Also I covered all of the hydraulic lines with automotive electrical conduit as the original rubber coating is gone, which means I will have to replace the lines before long. :cry:
I found with both of my loaders that when one hose goes bad the rest will follow in quick succession. I strongly recommend changing them all when one goes bad--more economical when you figure in the cost of replacing all the lost oil.
 

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Caseman2 said:
Don't sweat it, you will be fixing a lot of little things on it as I did mine.
I am going to have to pull the rear wheels and have them blasted as they are filled with calcium chloride and are starting to leak. Also I covered all of the hydraulic lines with automotive electrical conduit as the original rubber coating is gone, which means I will have to replace the lines before long. :cry:
I have chains on my mine, they actually look fairly new. I haven't even checked mine. Hopefully I don't have Ca Cl. Definitely a lot of little things I can see that needs attention.
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Bart said:
Caseman2 said:
Don't sweat it, you will be fixing a lot of little things on it as I did mine.

Also I covered all of the hydraulic lines with automotive electrical conduit as the original rubber coating is gone, which means I will have to replace the lines before long. :cry:
I found with both of my loaders that when one hose goes bad the rest will follow in quick succession. I strongly recommend changing them all when one goes bad--more economical when you figure in the cost of replacing all the lost oil.
I am going to get in there and see why I have the leaking. Hopefully some loose fittings. But we'll see with my luck.
I have a good hydraulic place somewhat local.
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Hydriv knew right off the bat my 646 was spruced up. This tractor being a Model 646-76 SN 9732149, a 1976, should this be a power red/yellow combo or is this the right paint job for that production year?
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Bart said:
Caseman2 said:
Don't sweat it, you will be fixing a lot of little things on it as I did mine.

Also I covered all of the hydraulic lines with automotive electrical conduit as the original rubber coating is gone, which means I will have to replace the lines before long. :cry:
I found with both of my loaders that when one hose goes bad the rest will follow in quick succession. I strongly recommend changing them all when one goes bad--more economical when you figure in the cost of replacing all the lost oil.
Yeah, I'm aware of that and they will all be replaced when that happens.
 
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