I just happen to have my I&T right here at my desk, and yup, that's what it says..!! One of those things I read over, looking for specs on setting the valves. I went to Case/IH's online parts book, and it doesn't even show those clips, but does show the valve seals. Thinking back, I don't ever recall seeing any valve seals on one's I've had apart. Were there any on that one..??Just for information sake, I found this in the IT manual referencing the clips on the Valves.
It Says: On all models except the Cub, valves are equipped with safety stem retainers to prevent the valve from dropping into the combustion chamber.
I would like to paint the whole thing, but with hay season coming up quick we needed to get it back in action.Cool!
But I will tell you my OCD would not let me put that thing back together with a shiny head and carb and the bottom end being cruddy. :tango_face_devil:
:thanku: MikeC. I expect the carb may need some tweeking once it goes to work and we will need to re-torque the head and adjust the valves after a good hard run. If all is good at that point then it should be good to go.An the hits just keep on coming. Another home run. Nice job.
Thats what I think happened also.Float looks like water may have froze in the bowl.
It is a 16" but, I'm not sure what the model # is. Are there any numbers on the to help ID them?Do you know the model number on that plow..?? I've never seen a 2 prong FH single bottom for a Super C before, other than the auto-flip single like I have. 16", or 18" bottom..??
I looked the plow over today and found remnants of the painted on C 10 PLOW. My brother pressure washed all the dirt off the plow so you can see the black paint that is still on it and the nice shine thats just underneath.Do you know the model number on that plow..?? I've never seen a 2 prong FH single bottom for a Super C before, other than the auto-flip single like I have. 16", or 18" bottom..??