If they ain't wanting to trade for one that far away, I wouldn't be willing to buy one from them that far away. For an owner, this was great, but for dealers it was not always so favorable. This casting formed the base that the vertical exhaust pipe was clamped to, and on top of this casting was a sheet-metal heat shield. I think it was 170-175 when rpms started going down. The heart of every new 7100 Magnum tractor was the Cummins-built diesel engine. Have had adapter down to small on mixer for couple years.
I am not opposed to a green tractor, but here you pay a big premium for that green paint. The son had to go to the field and pick up the pieces of the secondary pto shaft from the discbine when the machine stopped running. When you drain the oil you can just plug a hyd hose with no end on the hose going in your 5 gal buckets. The former had a heavy box-shaped cast center section with robust wheel hubs. Do they just not sell green tractors out your way? A number of 7100 Magnum tractors suffered much shortened lives as a result.
And are still nice to todays standards. He could change the yolk if he desires, he just has to remember it's really a 540 unless entire driveline changes. I was referring to a reduction adapter that slides over the 1000 shaft to allow you to run 540 implements without turning the shaft on tractor around or change the implement driveline. The only time a lot of dealers saw the inside of the transmission was when their service tech was trained on the tractor. Mower and everything else is small 1000.
Ralph Oliver and Whites used two different shafts, you then loosened a bolt to move a shifter from 540 to 1000 or vice versa. My 7140 is oem with big1000. I personally think the 7x10 series tractors were king of the hill at the time. To find an original Magnum Demo tractor today would be quite rare. Your noting that the spreader needs to be run as a 540 implement is very important.
I am pretty sure my neighbor bought the complete 2 speed pto from abaline machine and ut was a direct fit. Besides there is not much in my price range here in Wyoming, so I have no choice but to look father out. In more recent years, early Magnum tractors have often established resale price records. I was referring to a reduction adapter that slides over the 1000 shaft to allow you to run 540 implements without turning the shaft on tractor around or change the implement driveline. Grain farmer Bob Zarse of Reynolds, Indiana, like many farmers, regularly traded his Magnum tractors nearly every year.
It is just a 1000 as far as I know. Ignoring the pounding and wobbling and such. Depending on what was wrong with the tractor I'm getting rid of, depends on whether I sell it or trade it, gonna take a bath usually by trading. Had one guy ran a disc until the nut fell right off the axle, along with the spacer and outer blade, then ran it so long completely ruined the gang shaft, I had to cut it out in pieces and buy a new one. Never had that problem, you can tell the difference at a dead idle what gear the pto is in. I'd like to be able to run round baler, sm square baler, 15' batwing mower, etc.
I personally think the 7x10 series tractors were king of the hill at the time. The parts from Abilinne Machine deal is one option or just find a used dual speed out of a 7100 ,7200, 8900 series. We never had one until last fall when we bought a 3x3 baler. I like the reversible idea more then having two as you won't misplace one never to be found when you actually need it. It just might be a worthwhile tractor to buy. Mike I always wondered if they made such a thing. I had not thought of that; that sure would be an option.
I said yes it was a job, but it's done. That probably sounds about as clear as mud. Using a 7140 Magnum and a six-bottom, two-way plow, he achieved an average speed of 7. There is no shaft to change. The Magnum proved to one of the most reliable tractors on the market. Saved fuel and my hearing. A portable fire extinguisher was usually sufficient to put out such fires, but sometimes it was too little, too late.
This resulted in better engine performance. The Demo tractors displayed at the Farm Progress style shows were fitted with the special hood decals and chrome exhaust pipes. My batwing shredder is tight and the pin cannot have a handle on it but i have not found a peice of equipment that doesnt work. I was simply suggesting he change the yolk on the spreader to a small 10000 since it sounds like the proposed 7130 would be the unit to run it. The other reason is that it is much easier to have two gears internal to the tractor that run each pto speed and have the pto shaft itself connect to the appropriate gear less linkages, etc.
The first generation of Magnum tractors included the 7110, 7120, 7130, and 7140. On August 24, 1991, Edgar Heyl of Hale, Germany, set a new 24-hour world plowing record by completing 173. The one from 1000 to 540 we hear of guys over doing it and ruining bearings on equipment. The early-built Magnum tractors have 18 forward and 2 reverse gears. To find out the rest of the incredible story of International Harvester,. Or am I all mixed up? Hit the blade with a hammer, if it rings its tight, if it goes bonk its loose, not exactly rocket science. The operator could start in any gear, shift up, shift down, and even shift to reverse without clutching.