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Old 02-09-2020, 10:47 AM
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Scott's tractor and loader. Allis Chalmers 190XT. 1967 vintage.
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Old 02-09-2020, 11:25 AM
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The weather must have improved.
Tractor looks good, I can see the job of installing the front end loader frame will take the two of you.
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Tractor reminds me of the the tractor tipping game by Mador in Cars movie


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The weather must have improved.
Tractor looks good, I can see the job of installing the front end loader frame will take the two of you.
Ended up with a few hour window with sun and mild wind so off I went. Temps were around 45F. No ice on the roads.

PO says it was installed on this tractor but no mounting brackets. Plan on setting the loader on the ground and jacking it up to the rear tractor axle and the front tractor frame so we can see how it will attach.

The existing welding on the loader frame looks just like a farmer welded it. Might have to do some re-welding. Hoses look good. There are two remotes at the back of the tractor where the hoses will connect to.

Tractor has a fuel leak at one of the injectors. Seller had a set of O rings but never installed them. Hoping that fixes the leak. Will check for loose injector lines also.
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Primary voltage is 660? Really? Our distribution voltage here is 7200 line to neutral. Here I don't think the utility will give us any service options other than 120/240, or for the fortunate few who can get thre phase, 120/208 or 277/480. You can get a distribution voltage service and provide your own transformer, but most folks aren't going to want to maintain medium voltage equipment.
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Primary voltage is 660? Really? Our distribution voltage here is 7200 line to neutral. Here I don't think the utility will give us any service options other than 120/240, or for the fortunate few who can get thre phase, 120/208 or 277/480. You can get a distribution voltage service and provide your own transformer, but most folks aren't going to want to maintain medium voltage equipment.
Just quoting the lineman at the site. All I know is the transformer at the end pole gives me 240V for my secondary power.
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