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I just picked this up, many thanks to Lance McClymond (the PO), Ray Wilson and Rol Farrar for there help in me acquiring this.

The first pic is the one that came with the ad, the rest are it coming home from Archie MO and in my garage.







The PO had removed and repaired the hydraulic tank because it leaked and never put it back in it hasn't run for two years.

It came with a three point and wheel weights but tthe rear pto is missing.

Once running I will replace the seat and do some cosmetic's - painting the hood, fenders and headlamp surround.
 

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Congrats on your new machine Frank.
He didn't want to sell it a month ago when I met him. Then I read about it on the Yahoo group. He showed up at my place the day after he sent the 646 north to look at my 400 series machines. Very nice gentleman but he's really into big tractors.
He's got an Allis WD a JD M and an International and lives on about a quarter acre city lot. :facepalm:
He's still got a 224 that he mows with though. :thumbsup:
 

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Well I finally started digging into this machine, its going to need some minor repairs - as I supected.

Its going to need wiring repairs as the harness has been butchered, I also noticed the cooler was plugged so I pulled it and cleaned it up and now it looks like new, but I wanted to pull it anyway because I noticed there was no fan on this, however while trying to install one... well it won't fit under the tank shroud/clamp any ideas?

Model 646-76

Serial 9732078

Fan part # 16616
 

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Alriggghty, I did use the books (actually several of them and even went to the Ingersoll site using the pin for the correct book) and it shows the fan in all of them but some of the books say 644 and 644BH - some do not make a distinction.

However I did suspect it does not use a fan thats why I asked, actually you can't get one in there.

Tom I wll get you this info, right now I'm working on remodeling/trimming a bedroom trying to take care of the kids, working, removing gravel and sticks from the lawn from this winter onslaught and rebuilding 2 Kohler K's for a 220 and 222... then after lunch I'm....
 

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Rich,
While these tractors are actually "loaders" and not "excavators", there are times when removing virgin soil is needed and having a tooth bar like the one Frank has on his bucket, makes a huge difference in how well the machine works. Something for you to think about. :thumbsup:
 

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Good looking unit. No Fan on 646, flywheel on the engine is the fan. I would like ia close up of the tines on the bucket. Are they removable?
BTW I have a 646LBH and the dash panel was included. I must have been awful lucking. I am starting to think there are very few of these that the wiring wasn't cobbled up some way. :grin: :grin:

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