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Today 12:00 PM
6.7ferd Well got in touch with SCT they tried a few things and checked a few via internet. They couldn't find an issue. So I had to send mt device in.

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Today 09:06 AM
mbsfield18 I've got an upgraded EGR kit for sell if anyone's looking.

Plus, I've got some WeatherTech front floor liners for sale. WeatherTech DigitalFit Floor Liner Mat 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Ford F250/F350/F450/F550

Part numbers:
443051:00518
444331:00827

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Today 08:15 AM
Flamed99 EPA changed up the law a year or two ago, now the only way to buy large jugs is to have a license. Have always had to have the license to buy any other refrigerant but now they added in 134 for some reason. I know there is places that sell online but who knows what youre getting. $3.99 is cheap though, its never under $7 around here. 30# jug goes for $130-$150 from my supplier. Cheaper than the old r22 for sure. Last jug of that cost me just under $500.

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Today 07:31 AM
partyman97_3
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Circuitbordmedics.com FTW
https://circuitboardmedics.com/2005-...roller-repair/





^^^ Same here, now that I finally have a tractor with AC I let Jack drive the old open deck tractors. And I had to convert the 91 and 93 from R12 to R134A, I like having working AC. You can get a cheap vacuum pump off fleabay then get a decent set of gauges. Rural King has (American made) R134a on sale for $3.99, that's as cheap as I've seen it anywhere.
https://www.ruralking.com/r134a-auto...oz-single-6312
I have an old set of gauges a fitter buddy of mine gave me when he retired. I bought a vacuam pump from harbor freight. I have used it 3 or 4 times and it seems to do a nice job. Farm and Fleet has the 134 stuff on sale couple times a summer and I go over and get about 10 cane when its 3.99. I also bought a 20 pound can for 60 bucks when it was on sale somewhere. Nice to have the big can when doing a complete fill on a bigger tractor.
Today 03:28 AM
6.7ferd Idk. Haven't looked for a new one.

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Yesterday 09:20 PM
backhoebill How much is a new controller? I paid $120 for a new controller in my 2011.....from the dealer.


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Yesterday 06:03 PM
6.7ferd Shoot alot! Every penny counts. Lol.

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Yesterday 06:00 PM
SparkyF250
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I took the thing apart and didn't see any broken solder?? So makes me wonder.

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Send it to CBM and be done with it. Hey it's a 6.0 what's a measly $100?
Yesterday 05:53 PM
6.7ferd I took the thing apart and didn't see any broken solder?? So makes me wonder.

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Yesterday 05:25 PM
SparkyF250
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I swear this SCT will be the death of me and TBC fault chimes to.
Circuitbordmedics.com FTW
https://circuitboardmedics.com/2005-...roller-repair/

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idiots like this are the reason i bought my own AC equipment
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Same thing here. Although we have several older tractors here on the farm. Couple times a summer, I need to top off a couple of them.
^^^ Same here, now that I finally have a tractor with AC I let Jack drive the old open deck tractors. And I had to convert the 91 and 93 from R12 to R134A, I like having working AC. You can get a cheap vacuum pump off fleabay then get a decent set of gauges. Rural King has (American made) R134a on sale for $3.99, that's as cheap as I've seen it anywhere.
https://www.ruralking.com/r134a-auto...oz-single-6312
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