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Please help with IH 766 Information 13 Feb 2016 00:21 #166993

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looks like a Gason type of cab beauty is in the eye of the beholder

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Please help with IH 766 Information 13 Feb 2016 07:50 #167000

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True that. Yeah it is a Gason cab. The spare tractor has a factory cab with aircon. I can do all of the aircon work so it should only cost me time really. In saying that time is hard to come by at the moment.
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Please help with IH 766 Information 26 Feb 2016 22:00 #167523

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So things are about to get serious for the old 766. Had the TX Gyral show up the other day. Chipping away and getting it tidied up in the afternoons when I get home from work. Don't suppose anyone has a copy of the workshop manual for a 766 saved on their computer they could send me? I have faith in the old rig but I might be spending some nights repairing things.
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Please help with IH 766 Information 27 Feb 2016 06:37 #167533

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all you need is a I&T manual like this for just about every thing you will ever do

they arent super detailed and wont have a Neuss motor in them but they tell you how to do 99.9% of things you will ever want to do Neils Wagga tractor wreckers etc sell them I think or no doubt Ebay as well only maybe 50 bucks





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Please help with IH 766 Information 28 Feb 2016 10:41 #167572

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Be warned that those I&T manuals are written for experienced mechanics and that there is a lot of basic stuff left out, especially bolt torques. If your looking for step by step instructions, a full workshop manual is they way to go.

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Please help with IH 766 Information 28 Feb 2016 14:55 #167580

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Ok. Thanks. Was only joking about the saved copy. I will have a look around and see what I can find. There is a dealership a few hours down the road. I will give them a bell and see if they can get in what I need.

When it comes to torque settings and your not sure isn't FT the way to go? Haha

So the previous owner of our property must have had a Gyral at some stage. I remembered there was a tub of assorted bearings and chain in the shed so I sniffed around for it again. Turns out most of the gear appears to be for the Gyral. Winning!!
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Please help with IH 766 Information 28 Feb 2016 19:54 #167588

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Urchy M80

OzFarm on the left tort me everything eye dunno
re torque n up bolts

He Sez"

Do up F.T. till stript n back off 1/4 turn

LOL

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Please help with IH 766 Information 28 Feb 2016 21:47 #167596

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Hey Swishy

Cheers.

That's called a lock nut in this neck of the woods. No need for nylocks or loctite with that method.

Haha.
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Please help with IH 766 Information 29 Feb 2016 13:53 #167613

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IH has a basic torque chart for all bolts I can scan and copy if you need

DD I thought the I&T manuals were missing a fair bit of less basic stuff but genuine work shop manuals can be purchased for all old IH stuffbut you need three manuals for IH gear parts ,chassis and engine

and they need to be the right engine manual as well because the yanks used different motors than IH Australia did in a lot of the tractors

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Please help with IH 766 Information 29 Feb 2016 14:24 #167615

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The Parts manual is available on the caseih website..

www.caseih.com/anz/en-au/parts-service/find-a-part-number
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