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Discussion in 'The Machine Shop' started by jeff campbell, May 22, 2014.


  1. mebragdon48

    mebragdon48 Farmall Cub

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    Ok thanks wasnt sure I know newer vehicles its ok glad i didnt I'd hate to break the old girl

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  2. Dana Strong

    Dana Strong Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    Let me clarify Jeff's answer a bit. If you have a transfer case which allows you to have the front driveshaft engaged, or not, like the D18 or D20, then you shouldn't drive on hard surfaces with both the hubs and TC Front engaged. If you're going repeatedly from areas that are muddy or snow covered onto good, hard ones, you can leave the hubs engaged and just shift into/out of front wheel drive when making the change. For long distances (normal street driving), disengaging the hubs reduces wear on U-joints and saves the energy otherwise used to turn the differential (which would be driven by the axles).
     
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    mebragdon48 Farmall Cub

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    Ok so my dirt roads icy i can keep locked and just shift tcase into 2 hi when I get to the dry pavement drive to store come back shift to 4hi for icy road and will be ok?

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  4. Dana Strong

    Dana Strong Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    Yes

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    mebragdon48 Farmall Cub

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    Thank you for the info I thought probably was ok just wanted to make sure before I broke something again thanks for your time

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  6. Jeff Jamison

    Jeff Jamison Lives in an IH Dealership

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    On your hubs with the the studs,you don't need to change the hubs,just knock the studs out and get new ones.
     
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    mebragdon48 Farmall Cub

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    Do you have any ideas on who may carry some I asked a while back and only got one answer back

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  8. Jeff Jamison

    Jeff Jamison Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Call your local parts store,napa usualy is good,you might need to take one out to get a good measurement.
     
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    mebragdon48 Farmall Cub

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    Ok thanks for your help she stops pretty good for a 50 year old truck. I have all new brakes for frt & rr just got my line set ticket collecting new seals & bearings now hope to do all work next spring one and done thanks for your time

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    mebragdon48 Farmall Cub

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    Ive got a t 141 tranfer am i still good? Thanks so much for your time

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  11. Dana Strong

    Dana Strong Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    Sorry, I don't know that model, but it shouldn't matter so long as you can disengage the front driveshaft. The new vehicles that have full time 4WD use a differential in the TC to allow the two driveshafts to turn at different speeds. Ours don't have that.
     
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    Jeff, Do you have a vacuum chamber transducer for cruise control? When it blew I lost cruise, the speedo and the odometer! Thanks!
     
  13. jeff campbell

    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    no i sure dont have 1.
     
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    Well, thanks for looking! I found one.... in Canada!lol Also, found one in Lubbock, TX... Mark Drake had one... at any rate, I'm still not absolutely certain this is what's needed.... we checked my speedo cable tonite and it looks good.... moreeee to troubleshoot! Grrrrrrrr!:hammer:
    Did you send me a trophy? If so, how do I get it?????????? hehe
     

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