JD 6610 parts...

John 1594

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Location
Cambridgeshire
need a rough idea on the following please...

bonnet decal kit
rh mirror arm and holder
pair of front fender skins to fit 16.9/24 tyres
lh inner wing cab cladding
pto wiring loom under the cab
puh hook to fit dromone single pin tyope latch
puh release cable
puh release latch and pin
mudguard lift/lower switch
plastic extensions for rear of mudguards
solid turnbuckle locking stabiliser kit lh/rh (not walterschied self locking type)
spool valve o ring repair kit (2 x 200 type scvs, 1 x 100 type
 

Timbo

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Location
Gods County
probably 50% you'll be able to get from Nick Young, 25% off ebay / vapormatic and the remaining 25% (like the PTO wiring loom) from JD parts.

Speak with your dealer, they will be able to knock abit off if you do a stock order of several bits.
 

NYTP

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Just to give you an idea. prices below. Prices plus VAT

need a rough idea on the following please...

bonnet decal kit £34.50 (full set)
rh mirror arm and holder £88 (full mirror arm with mirror head)
pair of front fender skins to fit 16.9/24 tyres £85 (pair)
lh inner wing cab cladding. Genuine JD only. (Have a 6000 interior cab kit in the pipeline for Q3 2015)
pto wiring loom under the cab. Genuine JD only
puh hook to fit dromone single pin tyope latch £132.50
puh release cable £48
puh release latch and pin The release pin is £24. I would need to clarify which latch you mean
mudguard lift/lower switch genuine JD only
plastic extensions for rear of mudguards £70 each
solid turnbuckle locking stabiliser kit lh/rh (not walterschied self locking type) I assume you mean the SE type? if so £62.50 each
spool valve o ring repair kit (2 x 200 type scvs, 1 x 100 type Genuine JD only
 
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John 1594

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Location
Cambridgeshire
Just to give you an idea. prices below. Prices plus VAT

Genuine JD only

Cheers...thats gave me a rough idea, so basically to put her right im looking at least a grands worth of parts im guessing

Tractor in question has been through the wars, showing 9700hrs

spent first 5000hrs of her life on dual wheels, has broke both back axles twice (@Roy Stokes !!!!!) Its had the heavier duty solid wheel centers and extra center plates fitted, had full back end rebuild and new brakes at 7500, since then its been relegated to trailer and yard work, pto loom is damaged due to fertiliser, the gear selectors in the console are sloppy and need sorting (C,D,E F range are pot luck to find. 3 new tyres, the powerquad feels crisp and instant, and the engine still starts and pulls well with no breathing. Puh is stuffed, cable broke, pin and latch removed and had been replaced with a solid drawbar pin, rear fenders damaged due to when axles broke

Question is, is it worth £9000????? I think its got potential
 

kill

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Location
South West
Cheers...thats gave me a rough idea, so basically to put her right im looking at least a grands worth of parts im guessing

Tractor in question has been through the wars, showing 9700hrs

spent first 5000hrs of her life on dual wheels, has broke both back axles twice (@Roy Stokes !!!!!) Its had the heavier duty solid wheel centers and extra center plates fitted, had full back end rebuild and new brakes at 7500, since then its been relegated to trailer and yard work, pto loom is damaged due to fertiliser, the gear selectors in the console are sloppy and need sorting (C,D,E F range are pot luck to find. 3 new tyres, the powerquad feels crisp and instant, and the engine still starts and pulls well with no breathing. Puh is stuffed, cable broke, pin and latch removed and had been replaced with a solid drawbar pin, rear fenders damaged due to when axles broke

Question is, is it worth £9000????? I think its got potential
If you can do most of the work your self and I am sure you will I'd give it a go as you can't go wrong and you've got an A+ for your history home work;)
 

John 1594

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Location
Cambridgeshire
If you can do most of the work your self and I am sure you will I'd give it a go as you can't go wrong and you've got an A+ for your history home work;)

Well there no real electronic "brain" in the 10 series like there is the later ones, its just plug bits in and see what happens?

the fact its had the back end and brakes done (covered by insurance apparently, so it went to main dealer and just had whole lot replaced) is what appeals to me
 

kill

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Location
South West
Well there no real electronic "brain" in the 10 series like there is the later ones, its just plug bits in and see what happens?

the fact its had the back end and brakes done (covered by insurance apparently, so it went to main dealer and just had whole lot replaced) is what appeals to me
Get it bought then;).
 

John 1594

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Location
Cambridgeshire
That's pikey talk:rolleyes:
I cant see no reason why the old thing hasnt got a few more thousand hours life left in it, should be well boss of what i want it to do, just hoping that the one remaining worn continental front tyre goes bang soon and gets replaced before i buy it!!!, its got 6 month old mitas radials on the back and the stomil on the other front is only a year or so....
 

kill

Member
Location
South West
I cant see no reason why the old thing hasnt got a few more thousand hours life left in it, should be well boss of what i want it to do, just hoping that the one remaining worn continental front tyre goes bang soon and gets replaced before i buy it!!!, its got 6 month old mitas radials on the back and the stomil on the other front is only a year or so....
New BKT 16.9 r 24 was quoted at £315 last week fitted in my yard. With the work done the tractor must be worth around 13k?
 

John 1594

Member
Location
Cambridgeshire
New BKT 16.9 r 24 was quoted at £315 last week fitted in my yard. With the work done the tractor must be worth around 13k?

Now your seeing it the same way as me, 10k plus a bit of love and care and i have something worth a fair bit more than i payed what can take some of the stress off the 1594, and it will do 40k with ease

plus it has front links, TLS axle and all the other goodies
 

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