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In Reply to: Re: Case 1737 Uniloader posted by Sam on Saturday, October 26, 2002:
Thanks for your reply. Since I posted my original message, I have done some research and believe my unit has been modified by installation of a sixty horsepower Wisconsin V461-D engine.
Since I could not get to the engine to change points, plugs, and tune it up I had to pull it. I put in a new starter, alternator (updated one), fuel pump, along with new points, rotor, dist.cap, plug wires and spark plugs. Just got thru bench testing it today and it sounded sweet. This engine was only running on two cylinders before I pulled it and I think it will now have all sixty horses working for me. Thanks for the advice about the gearbox. I have not checked it for level as yet. Good point, does your unit loose gearbox oil?
How about adjustment of the large spring for the torque converter belt, is it very sensitive.
I have the manual now for the motor, but still have no manual for the tractor itself.
Noticed a lot of newer skid steer loaders have tracks added over the tires. Will these tracks fit over the older units like the 1737??
Congrats on purchasing a newer unit--did you trade the old one in?? If you don't mind telling me, how much did it bring on trade??
Again, thanks for the reply.
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