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marky123
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case maxxum

Post by marky123 » Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:29 pm

Can i change the front tyres on my maxxum which are 24s to 26inch as ive got the chance of them thanks all
My david brown 88s ex a plant getting restored new bonnet comeing on monday

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RE: case maxxum

Post by jazo » Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:48 pm

only if the radius is the same otherwise 4wd will wind up
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Why?

Post by WesBrown » Thu Jul 16, 2009 9:17 pm

You'll be changing to one of the rarest sizes of tyres found on tractors, are they off a JD 3640 by any chance? Its only these that seem to have them.

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Post by marky123 » Thu Jul 16, 2009 10:35 pm

They are of a case mx 110 they are rare as the mx had 28s on the front they are 540 65 26 but i think i will just keep my 24 and put 540 65 24s on saves any probs
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26 inchers

Post by WesBrown » Fri Jul 17, 2009 7:55 pm

Fitted some new 26 inchers the other day, you can still get them ok, but if you ruin one it might take a day or two to get one as not many firms will keep them for stock. Just a thought if the tractor is one that you couldn't do without for any length of time. On 24s or 28s and you can be back on the road within hours.

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RE: 26 inchers

Post by eddiem » Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:49 pm

What metric size tyres are the same size as; 16.9x24 front and 18.4x38 rear ?

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case maxxum

Post by marky123 » Fri Jul 17, 2009 10:49 pm

16.9 24 front and 20.8 38 rear ive changed it to 650 65 38 but it looks monsterous at the rear and daft at the front so will have to change to 540 65 24 thanks
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RE: case maxxum

Post by Madders » Sat Jul 18, 2009 8:40 am

I'm sorry, I don't think you understand the dire implications of Maxxum talk on here....Broadsword will need counselling if he sees it!!!!!
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Re: RE: case maxxum

Post by Howard_S » Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:48 pm

Madders wrote:I'm sorry, I don't think you understand the dire implications of Maxxum talk on here....Broadsword will need counselling if he sees it!!!!!
Thank god we haven't started putting photos up...............yet!
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maxxum

Post by marky123 » Fri Jul 24, 2009 9:54 pm

Ive got plenty of pictures of maxxums to put on lol :lol:
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RE: maxxum

Post by RichardCoaker » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:55 am

Please do after they do have David Brown heritage, I have a 5140 and Mx 110 and they pull like no tomorrow, the 5140 was dynoed at 140hp on the pto, and the MX is not far behind!


Rich
DB 780 Slowly being Restored
DB 1212 Q-Cab
DB 1394 4wd Syncro
DB 1594 4wd Hydra-Shift + Baas loader
DB 1694 Flying Magpie
Case ih 5140
Case ih mx110
McCormick mc115 + Quicke q40 loader

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6 in a row, makes it go!

ALSO MR JULY!

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Re: RE: maxxum

Post by eddiem » Mon Jul 27, 2009 11:59 am

RichardCoaker wrote:Please do after they do have David Brown heritage, I have a 5140 and Mx 110 and they pull like no tomorrow, the 5140 was dynoed at 140hp on the pto, and the MX is not far behind!


Rich
What did you do to the 5140 maxxum to get it to put out 140hp on the pto ?

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RE: Re: RE: maxxum

Post by Howard_S » Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:38 pm

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Case 2294 4WD / Case IH 5150 Pro / 5 other red machines......

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RE: Re: RE: maxxum

Post by RichardCoaker » Mon Jul 27, 2009 1:28 pm

I just opened the fuel pump about 1 turn, and when it finished on the dyno, which was one that only went up to 135hp, it just started to make the old girl change tune a bit. When i got back in the tractor I found the air conditioning was on!!.
The chap with the dyno reckoned it was 140 plus on the pto.

These Maxxums with their Cummins engines always go well, and mine seems to go really well. Mine is a synchro model.

I have had it 15 years and bought it as an ex demo. Restored it 2 1/2 years ago, and still looking good!

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Rich
DB 780 Slowly being Restored
DB 1212 Q-Cab
DB 1394 4wd Syncro
DB 1594 4wd Hydra-Shift + Baas loader
DB 1694 Flying Magpie
Case ih 5140
Case ih mx110
McCormick mc115 + Quicke q40 loader

Image

6 in a row, makes it go!

ALSO MR JULY!

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RE: Re: RE: maxxum

Post by Howard_S » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:30 pm

Looking well Rich, are the decals not on the wrong way round?!
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