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  • Pretty good summer here. I retired last year and moved to Hardisty. Have spent my time working on my 90 year old house.
    Hi Ed it's frank could u help me out with trying to install rear remotes on my 3200 with trying to ty the lines into the bh77 couplers still. I'm lost with the instructions I got I know the out on remote goes back to the tank with a tee fitting. And I think the top of the 3 pt lift were the backhoe pipe connection is is the in line to the remote then the power beyond pipe coming out of remote goes were? Female coupler on backhoe or male side then what happened to the other backhoe connection cap it off? Thanks
    Hi, Ed! I was kind of hoping that you'd caught that the new fuel shutoff relay didn't work for me. It was either DOA or it died when I put it in my tractor and tried to start it. I can still jump across the relay's harness and start the tractor.

    My light circuits are working (along with everything else except the starting) fine. I've only taped the red/white white wire on the OPC for switch power. Now that I have the light relays wired correctly (they're new and working) there should no longer be any threat of power back-feeding from the light relays. Can you tell me if this red/white wire on the OPC is or isn't OK to catch switched power from?

    Just can't see how the shuttoff relay if being puked. Maybe it was DOA?
    Hey Ed we took the cover off this morning spring was fine just very stiff to move. So we soaked it in wd40 and now it springs back really good. Ran into Travis at Edmonton kubota today and he also said to put some dielectric grease on it so we just did and all good so hopefully it stays clean and lubercated. Thanks for the help. Frank
    hey Ed what is the reason behind the 2 stage dump spool on my tractor. What would i use that for?Every time i push it all the way to the right it does nothing. Frank
    Glow plug are fine but i did find the amps range between 9-10.50 on each one. Should they be reading 12 when glow plugs are turned to on?
    I'm not surprised, I didn't expect retarding the timing would correct cold misfiring. You can easily check the glow plugs, simply remove the metal bar connecting them and test them with a test light. hook the clip on the test light to battery positive and touch the probe to each glow plug, the light should illuminate for each one
    Hi Ed, Ya it did the same thing this am but not for as long.that was at 8.30am so for curiosity i pluged it in while it was in the garage still and 3hrs later i tried it and it started right up no smoke at all. maybe we have to go a little further in the shims and bring it to 14TDC. What do u think? Is there away i can test the glow plugs?maybe there is a bad plug.
    Man, I am SOOOOO sick of this winter!! We have had a busy winter sales wise, shop has been slow though. We are a husqvarna dealer now and I am very tired of fixing chain saws.
    Yes vic I have spare bogies. I've got a whole machine you can have if you want to come and get it! 69 or 70 not sure but likely 70. I also have a 70 alpine I need an engine for (399)
    Yours was built in 1979. it might not have sold that year though so that could account for the discrepancy 1980 production started with SN 59283
    Howdy Ed. I show my Kubota as a 1982 in my profile. However, looking at the buid dates you sent me awhile back, L245DT's wern't built in 1982. So I'll include the numbers off my tag. Could you determine build date? or any other specs?

    Kubota Model L245DT
    Serial# L245DT-58025
    Engine Model# DH 1101-A
    Thanks
    Milo
    You can probably tell I'm not very busy in the shop! Things just plain went dead here a the last couple of weeks!
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