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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 05-26-2019, 11:33 PM
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9620rx tractor with Cummins
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the stuff i run is old ....
tuneing just -mostly- involves turning a screw in ...
warranty is loooong gone,


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I bought a 04 dodge cummins, had 130,000 km on it... got it really cheap cuz it had a blown engine.
Cheap tunes were mentioned... the guy I bought the truck from included with sale the "super chips" tuner.... [one of the cheapest ones you can buy]
So, morale of the story is if you wanna tune it, you better do your research and be prepared to spend $$$ on a quality tune.

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Our youngest son wanted to do some tuning on tractors but they are running so well I hate to disrupt them. If it ain't broke.... That's my theory anyway. We had a tuned quadtrac that was constantly throwing fuel faults. Bypassed it, and no more codes. Never really noticed a power difference.
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the stuff i run is old ....
tuneing just -mostly- involves turning a screw in ...
warranty is loooong gone,

I hear ya! Some of our stuff is so old, the person that made up the warranty is looooooong gone!
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the stuff i run is old ....
tuneing just -mostly- involves turning a screw in ...
warranty is loooong gone,
Reminds me of an old farmer who had a farm on the east side of Three Hills, always said the most important holes you put a governor rod in were the ones you drilled yourself.
That farmer gone for 35 years now his farm is Three Hills.
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the old stuff is pretty old .. i run maybe 85-90% of wide open, but around 10% extra on fuel, seems to be pretty good so far..
mix is fairly wierd .. mf 1805, belarus 7011? 250 hp, mf 2705, zetor 14245, jd 510, hagie 647 sp sprayer, gleaner m2 with two headers, cih 8500 air drill, single axle trucks, old cat d4, jlg manlift, davis 1000 chain trencher, all fairly old stuff

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the old stuff is pretty old .. i run maybe 85-90% of wide open, but around 10% extra on fuel, seems to be pretty good so far..
mix is fairly wierd .. mf 1805, belarus 7011? 250 hp, mf 2705, zetor 14245, jd 510, hagie 647 sp sprayer, gleaner m2 with two headers, cih 8500 air drill, single axle trucks, old cat d4, jlg manlift, davis 1000 chain trencher, all fairly old stuff
Your auction sale should generate about what the kids might get on a good bottle drive in Yorkton.
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Your auction sale should generate about what the kids might get on a good bottle drive in Yorkton.

and a bottle drive would be less time and effort, lol
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Your auction sale should generate about what the kids might get on a good bottle drive in Yorkton.
Haha at least his auction wont be the banks decision... 😉

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