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outdoors4evr wrote:Sounds like you need a manual in a bad way. Binder Books has great reproduction reprints of the service manual and the parts manual for your tractor. I highly recommend this.
You will not likely save much money using NAPA vs. your local IH Dealer on these parts. NAPA can cross reference some of the parts, but most of what they have is for a 154. My NAPA does not show an IH 184 in their books.
For the main seal, you should send yours out to Phil Lenke to have it machined and fitted with a rear seal. He does a great job with these and mine hasn't leaked since. I just purchased an R2 Retainer online and shipped it to Phil for machining. He shipped it back to me all completed with the rear seal installed.
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I pm'd him and he said he had one ready to goRudi wrote:Actually Phil no longer does them. However all is not lost as another one of our members has taken over. Tim Talleur aka tst now does it.
As far as manuals for the 184, I don't have a lot, but the 184 is in many ways similar to the 154 and I do have some manuals for the 154. Here is what I have:
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don't worry, I'm not pulling the engine, If I can sneak the mains in I will, and it's gonna get rod bearings for sure, I haven't decided whether or not to pull the head and give it rings and hone the cylinders, basically a quicky overhaul, we did this years ago to a 185 my dad owned, it worked well..anyway, thanks for the advice to not loosen the engine, trust me I won'toutdoors4evr wrote:What indicates that an engine overhaul is required?
If I can help with one thing, it is this... Don't undertake two separate major repairs at once. It makes the troubleshooting too difficult.
If the clutch is what is needed now, then pursue that. Once you are satisfied with its function and reliability, then attack the next major issue.
I mixed two projects together and spent two years ironing out what turned into an engine - transmission alignment issue that ate clutches every 6 months. I am still in the trial phase of my last clutch repair. I wouldn't loosen that engine or transmission mount at all until the clutch is back in and working well for a few months.
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