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    Mismatched drop arms.

    Or maybe try http://www.stephenrobinson.com/search/results/?type=part or https://robertwraightltd.com/
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    The IH / Case Thread

    Must have been something like that that sealed it originally if there's no oring and a new one can be bought seperately so it's not as if it's classed as part of the sump. @Gapples might know...
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    The IH / Case Thread

    Could have swore there should be an oring at the bottom and the tube should just pull out to replace it but the parts list doesn't show an oring...? Have seen the tubes brazed in before...
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    Repairing cross member on daihatsu

    There certainly wasn't when they were still in production and even non genuine body panels weren't available back then. Still don't think there's anything available now except service and suspension items.
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    Case 895

    You don't fill it manually. It should be kept topped up with transmission oil when the engine is running and the level maintained automatically at all times. If yours has emptied, you'll lose the brakes and the most common cause is for a small steel pipe that is fitted inside the end of one of...
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    Mf 4370 radiator price?

    Davey,Ben Sergeant is listing one in stock at £425(likely plus vat).
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    Mf 4370 radiator price?

    Don't QTP source a lot of their stuff from OEM dealers anyway...? Just might take a day or three to get it. https://www.sjspares.com/products/radiator-massey-ferguson-63130.html?name=3808159M3&type=simple
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    PTO Slips on Ford 6640 SLE

    There is no PTO speed sensor. The speed is a hypothetical reading taken from the engine speed which in turn comes from the alternator.
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    PTO Slips on Ford 6640 SLE

    The control valve may not be engaging fully due to a weak solenoid or not enough volts reaching it. Have you checked the alternator output is around 14.4v as it sends a signal to the pto control module in the fuse box when the pto knob is turned on?
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    Clarke power washer

    Depends on the type/model.... Worn pistons in the pump. Non return valves worn/not seating in the pump. Worn/sticking unloader valve or it's not adjusted up enough. Worn nozzle on the lance.
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    International B275 - 5th gear?

    Yes, the B250 was 5 speed.
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    Case 895xl drive/gearbox issue

    https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/case-ih-895-torque-amplifier.238650/
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    Ford 7840 (1993) SLE 16x16 Gears gone.

    Seems to be a lot going wrong at once... Sounds to me like there is a leak in the C3 clutch pack... @forblue Any thoughts?
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    Ford 4600 Flasher Unit

    https://www.qtponline.com/products/flasher-unit-1617401.html Click on the man with the spanner icon for what the terminals do.
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    Ford 7840 (1993) SLE 16x16 Gears gone.

    Check and clean/repair the alternator wire connections. 13.7V is not high enough either.Really needs to be closer to 14.4V. Both engine revs and pto speed are read from the alternator.
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    Carraro axle king pins

    The cone should be a tight fit on the pin.
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    Ford 7840 (1993) SLE 16x16 Gears gone.

    You don't need the special switch to calibrate C3/C4. You can do an auto calibrate by pressing the right buttons etc. Have you a manual for the tractor? You need to go over the wiring harness,especially under the cab floor inspection hatch and the control valve on the side of the...
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    Ford 7840 (1993) SLE 16x16 Gears gone.

    E19 is dump solenoid open or short circuit or c3/C4 pressure switch open circuit. E24 is c3/C4 clutch packs not calibrated. You may need to get the transmission oil up to operating temperature and try and calibrate the packs
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    Ford 7840 (1993) SLE 16x16 Gears gone.

    I think it was IX that failed on my 8240 at the time. Lost transmission and hydraulics and it was definately a large red relay that failed.Don't recall the screen not working but it was quite a while ago...
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    Ford 7840 (1993) SLE 16x16 Gears gone.

    Should be a transmission control relay in the fuse box. Think it is a large red/orange one. If you can get a known good one to swap with to try...
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