Your Needs Are Our Priority When it comes to customer satisfaction, we at Steiner Tractor Parts don't hesitate to go above and beyond to help you. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor - the right parts. I have a 730 Case gas on a 7ft snowblower. It runs okay, but most of the teeth are gone on the reverse gear. Browse our site and you will find everything from tractor seats, , , , , , , steering wheels to , and.
Wheel hubs, bearing cones and cups, hub caps, complete hub assemblies, front tires and tubes, wheel bearings, seals, bolts, miscellaneous wheel parts. Has a older farmhand 8' bucket and 18. Most 756 Diesels you will find have 2-3 times the hours on them. This only comes into play when mounting a loader. Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. Had to move quick before the guys put it under the knife! It is certainly known that the diesel would perform better in this category, but I like the simplicity of the gas engine and the reliability in cold weather starting.
Has it had any engine work done? I will have to check it out. Either way You cant go wrong Part is No Problem! Call our toll-free customer support line today if you have any questions. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. The 766 is a heaver tractor for moving bales.
For rebuilt and used parts not listed online call 877-530-4430 or use our Request Used Parts button above. That serial number is determined by the year of manufacturing, so for a 1967 farmall model, it starts with 7501, for a 1968 farmall model it starts with 9904, for a 1969 farmall model it starts with 14125, for a 1970 farmall model it starts with 17832, for a 1971 farmall model it starts with 18374, for a 1967 ih model it starts with 7501, for a 1968 ih model it starts with 7672, for a 1969 ih model it starts with 8164, for a 1970 ih model it starts with 8284, for a 1971 ih model it starts with 8427. None of the tractors were started so no way to hear if the tractor ticked or made noise when backing up. Rope-type crankshaft seals and front lipt type, gasket paper. Will it be the same for the 766 on parts? It has 2200 hrs on it and a Hiniker cab also.
In many areas like the area I live in here in Ontario propane was always as expensive as gasoline and as such diesels ruled the roost. Any 6 cylinder tractors sold in those markets were all diesels. The 766 have about 6000 - 7000 hours on them that I have looked at. The extra width is necessary for the 400-series engines in the 966-1066-1466-1566. Either way You cant go wrong Part is No Problem! Weather caps, gaskets, complete muffler and pipe assemblies, individual mufflers plus parts and pieces. Our huge inventory of restoration quality parts combined with fast shipping and low prices makes us your best choice for tractor repair.
Out in western North Dakota propane was popular but they had oil wells and little gas recovery plants out there. One did not have a drawbar, one no 3 point or fast hitch, one only one hydrolics. Tractor Expert Joined: 04 Oct 1999 Posts: 3182 Location: Florence, Tx Posted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:32 pm Post subject: Re: 756 or 766 Jim, Thanks Point noted! These tractors attract attention among collectors because of their relatively rarity. The 766 looks larger due to the same radiator housing and sheet metal used on the higher horsepower tractors. Probably because of the fuel it would burn under heavy use. He said tires and tractor looks good. Complete instrument clusters and panel assemblies, Voltmeters and more.
The grille is different because the original was smashed and he found a replacement at a tractor salvage. The 756 frame is the same as the 766. One of his helpers said it was an original low hour tractor. The german 310 is an awsome long lifed engine. A loader is next to get. . Center tubes, extension tubes, axle supports, ball joints, axle bearings, center arms and pins, spindles, tie rods, steering pumps and cylinders, drag links, complete axle assemblies when available.
They were counted as regular gas tractors on the early ones which mine is. Unload the hydraulic pump to get them swinging faster. For a short while here in the mid 1960's to early 1970's gasoline was cheap and quite a few of 656, 706 and 756 gassers were sold. This tractor I buy will be at a farm I do not live at, to blow snow and to load round bales to a trailer that are in storge there. Art, I do not know the answer to that question. The boss had it outside the teardown bay on Monday morning. But you said you want to put a Loader on it so weights are a Must! Having both a 966 and a 706 there appears to be considerable difference in the frames.
I am loking at a 766 in Wisconsin next week. The Farmall 706 models were tested twice. According the serial his was a early 1966 model. In many areas like the area I live in here in Ontario propane was always as expensive as gasoline and as such diesels ruled the roost. They did start well when cold and depending on use there still might be more years on the engine. Complete light assemblies and kits or individual pieces.
All of our parts for sale are new, aftermarket parts unless specified otherwise in the description. Could be the a C291 combine engines were without sleeves? John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation. We strive to not only offer the best selection of affordably priced tractor restoration parts, but to preserve the American agricultural heritage by helping you keep your old tractors running. I really like the c291 engine. And I know not everything there is correct. Last edited by Jim Naden on Sun Jul 06, 2014 10:31 am; edited 1 time in total John A. It has the hydraulic seat that I really enjoy.