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    584 IH hydraulic oil

    Don’t believe you said anything about checking clutch adjustment, that’s first. Then if good and you might notice clutch pedal is getting easier to push down, then yes you have a problem. To split remove loader and go from there. I’ve noticed pressure plates are giving out now earlier causing...
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    584 IH hydraulic oil

    It’s pretty easy to take the inspection plate off the bottom of the bell housing to see if your trans seal is leaking. It would take an awful lot of oil in there to make the metallic clutch slip
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    Attachment for bucket on 584

    Yes exactly, I must have the same one as BE from Washburn, you are then able to attach quick attach buckets, grapples , pallet forks in a couple minutes. Joy stick will have same function and a grapple would hook to the rear remotes
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    2606 carb doesn't fit right

    Yeah you could turn it 360 but the rub is the tach cable connection, when you get the body so the tach cable can connect you only have have two choices for the rotor because of the slot. Only thing it affects is the rotor may not be pointing to the right number on the cap, wire accordingly
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    2606 carb doesn't fit right

    ^^^this, to get it lined up “correctly” the oil pump has to be pulled and everything in proper place to make it all line up as numbers on cap. But you don’t need everything lined up , just #1 tdc compression and rotor with correct plug wire. More than half I work on never have everything lined...
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    484 hyd/slipping issue

    Ok I read that and I’ve never seen the non Adjustable throwout bearing. I’ve done 454’s, 74 series, a few 84 series and the 85 series, have not done any 95 series which another poster in that thread said the non adjustable was in 695 and up. I doubt very seriously if it was in any 84 series...
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    484 hyd/slipping issue

    Yes the throw out bearing needs free play, sounds like you definitely need clutch adjustment. What I’ve been seeing lately on these tractors is the pressure plates are giving up before the clutch and that is causing clutch slippage.
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    656 Gas Hydro Blown Head Gasket and Holy Valve

    I’ve used aluminum paint back in the day, also used to use shellac once in a while, I think now copper coat is just a better product, kinda like high tack with copper in it. Just my opinion. Good catch on the distributor, the op’s must be 2 holes off from matching the numbers on the cap, the...
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    656 Gas Hydro Blown Head Gasket and Holy Valve

    Oh absolutely, didn’t mean any disrespect to Jim, I knew it was just one of those things that happens. I have my share too.
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    656 Gas Hydro Blown Head Gasket and Holy Valve

    Well the 706 263 I just did was done at a supposedly very good IH dealership year’s ago ( this according to the man that bought it there) and it was a victor gasket on it. The gasket I put on from asap was an exact match to the victor. I really don’t know why a diesel gasket is even mentioned...
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    IH 674 Hy-tran fill location

    The dipstick is at the back of left foot platform next to trans housing
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    IH 674 Hy-tran fill location

    Yeah that’s the fill plug
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    Another part number?

    Yep power valve for an IH truck carb
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    656 Gas Hydro Blown Head Gasket and Holy Valve

    Yep this^^^ lol, I should’ve scrolled down on the link. Right tractor but wrong gasket for his tractor
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    656 Gas Hydro Blown Head Gasket and Holy Valve

    That’s funny cause I got my gasket from asap and it didn’t look like that
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    656 Gas Hydro Blown Head Gasket and Holy Valve

    I just finished up a 706 with a 263 today, gasket just like op’s. Exact match to the one that came off of it. Not sure what the one in your link is.
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    SA Wiring Issue

    S Should say with a grain of salt that I’m basing what I said on it was still original wiring
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    SA Wiring Issue

    Nothing, you should only have one wire from switch to the mag, it’s a grounding switch, nothing more
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    SA Wiring Issue

    Didn’t assume anything, doesn’t really make any difference. Just makes it simpler to wire
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    SA Wiring Issue

    Oh it’ll work fine, I’ve done it once or twice that way, I prefer the voltmeter. Simpler imho and keeps that charge wire out of boxes and dashes. Janicholson’s point about a fuseable link would be best option and should be done if running it to the amp meter

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