dueltruck700: hey wagner, got any experience with IH 684's? I used to run one for the
neighbor bailing hay and it was a little beast.
1066POWER: Thats weird a 2550 should start down in the 20s at least, But I know they
dont start as good as International!
Hamish Brown: u should use the cold start tap underneath the injection pump that always
fires them up real quick.
007unknown1: @texxan6912 and what about ford tractors?
wagner59270: @billstmaxx yes sir, gotta have good batteries and a good starter to get er
JDBoy4430: wat size grinder/mixer did that tractor have behind it? and acn you show a
video of yall grinding feed?
JeepCrazyMe: Ya should never crank a John Deere that long without sprayin ether right
into the breather - don't need an ether injector to do it. A farm is not a
farm, unless it has a John Deere!
wagner59270: nope no trouble with that here
Xlt92bassist: that poor starter haha.
98eck: I think the heat from the starter cranking for 35 secs helped heat the
engine up. lol.
Piparkakkumauste: No if you have winter diesel. We have that in Finland and it works great.
wagner59270: not too hard all you really have to do is tap into the hydraulic system
with a two way valve and then build a bracket and install a cylinder on the
jim jenks: That's a little beauty! She clearly knows you love her.
RideTheLightning95: oh ok we have a 90 horse case 970 if you wanna see it its on one of my vids
TotalNekro: Some guys watch videos with naked ladies. I watch this.
murraytractors345: I have a ford 3930 and a mf 165 they both start in any weather easy r
Cameron Normand: I love that little tractor. it starts like a pro
Curt Young: Diesel batteries start around 1000 CCA or more. Listen to her
prrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr like a big green kitty
roblok23: Thats a lot different than the bigger 40 series. the 2840 for example has 6
SergeantTwiggs: but that has glow plugs unless you got a shot system like i had for a while
on my 6.9
wagner59270: its about 3000 hours in
danielmcguire12: You must keep good records of the hours on your tractors because JD's hour
meter rolls over at 10k. We have a JD 4430 that just turned over and it is
on the original engine. Nice start!
mchl8: thats a different type of engine than the others. thats the differance.
Oliver66FarmBoy: HA HA, sometimes all they need is a little talkin to and they do anything
ya need em to.
JBomB90: I have a cub cadet 1450 with a single hydro valve i can just lift up and
down but i can get a dual. how hard is it to custom make a blade like the
one on your 1650
darkpanda008: A few cranks and i it purrs like a kitten amanzing is right. Especailly in
- degree weather. It's true about Joh Deere's stance "Notn' runs like a
goog le: some people are clueless when it comes to mechanical stuff, engines
etc...grind the heck out of the starter...rev the crap out of it when it
lights and its ice cold...holy crap...reminds me of my brother...sets on
the ramp and cranks our jetboat up and hes reving itup and getting it nice
and hot...then backs it into the cold water...CRACKED BLOCK.
jake fuller: @wagner59270 It is amazing how much little pieces of molded plastic can
cost. It is always way more than it should be to make. Guess manufacturers
like to rip people off.
John Eastmond: nothin' runs like a deere, and nothin' starts like one either! I had a 4020
that we had to but a kill switch in. the damn thing would start and run in
the first revolution! We put the kill switch in it to let the thing crank a
bit to get the oil at least partially circulated. And yet others wouldn't
start for love or money.
MrMrcrain: ive seen a perkins start better than that,in a massey ferguson 165
pupleon: its a 3, 2250 was a 4cyl
SergeantTwiggs: glow plugs not running, due maybe to burnt out plugs, bad controler or relay
nardp96: ya but whats even more amazing for a diesle is that when the fuil gets
super cold it gets oily and gummy and hard to ignight
wagner59270: ha ha yeah and the tractor theyre attached to aint bad either lol
woodman1241: those old deeres are the best. they are made to run full bore all day. we
consistently do that with our 2940s. not so much with the 2755, cuz its a
fuel hog, but i am a deere fan thru and thru
wagner59270: yes indeedy be sure to subscribe so you can catch all the projects and fun
coming up this summer
DRNEGOLICIS: shot system?
hillibilys: mighty mo what a great name for a john deere
o7powerwagon: @SergeantTwiggs that tractor dose not have glow plugs.
p4rtn3r: That's amazing.
bbob765: The 2150's started like that too. We kept our's on the generator in case of
a big storm, that way we could run the block heater's on the other tractors
to feed hay and plow snow!
Randy Brown: on ur 4230 if u crank and squirt ether at the same time u wont need as muck
5410driver: That was about a sucky start Our Ford 2600 fires faster than that at colder
temps. Course what shot you in the foot on that start and reason i say it
was a sucky start. was the battery was dieing down
cituszip: "It's on its third rebuild" should tell ya something. Use it and Abuse it
fix it when it breaks down. Its been sitting for 3 months or more, must not
get used alot......it aint no mercedes.
1066POWER: Not bad, our 2440 has 9000 hrs on it and about 4000 on a engine, works
pretty good for a loader tractor, easy on fuel, starts good down to about
irltractor: I hope there is anti-freeze in the radiator
wagner59270: nope that was the 4230 does kinda sound the same doesnt it
Jinete28: you sure its a 3 cylinder? I think its a 4, maybe I am wrong.
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