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David Brown Parts Using the David Brown parts list below you will be able to narrow down your search to the spares parts you are looking for. If you are looking for David Brown engine parts you may want to have the additional confidence that it fits the exact engine your model tractor uses by ensuring the part has suitable fitment by checking its engine number.

Engine No. If it is in the our suppliers stock list you can get it directly from this website. Our dedicated spares team can assist you find the perfect replacement part you require.Moderators: Segrie61admin. David Brown Tractor Forum Skip to content. Quick links. You will need to register your user name before you can post. If you have already registered could you please make sure that your location details have been completed. County if within the U. Location details helps other members if you need spares, technical advice, or the nearest practical help.

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Members must not disclose information to 3rd parties in anticipation that reliance will be given by non-members. Non-members must not purport to give advice on behalf of David Brown Tractor Club. If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulties or repeated breakdowns you must seek assistance for an appropriately qualified expert who holds themselves out as such.

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If you do not agree with your information being stored, please do not register an account, If you wish to unsubscribe at any time please email admin dbtc. Engine: 15w40 High performance turbo rated engine oil Transmission: SAE 90 gear oil He says these are very good quality oils, but not being a tractor man he was a bit thrown by sticking the Universal Tractor oil in both the transmission and hydraulic system.

What do people prefer to do? Does everyone use the tractor oil? Would the SAE 90 gear oil do for both? What about the final drive?

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I know lubricants nowadays are generally more versatile, but Thanks for any advice Mike. This is not only a tractor problem!! Even somewhere like Halfords stock it, so it's easy to get: some monograde oils are scarce these days! Finding gear oil can be difficult, but some forum members have said that a good commercial vehicle factors stock it. Mixing these oils will create a lot of foam and can result in loss of stearing.

Right now I have one tractor steering system completely drained. Might be a good time to change to engine oil. Why not??Please use the navigational links to explore our website. Search for this text Search. David Brown Casting K View Cart. Appearance may differ from disc shown. Needle Bearing - Measures 2. It is used as an independent separator clutch housing bearing. It has a 1. Part No: K Release Bearing - Clutch Release Bearing.

Multiple Case and David Brown Models. Please verify measurements before ordering Part No: AR. Fan, 7 Blade - This fan is used on, The fan has a 16 inch diameter, 1. It replaces original part numbers K, K, K, K Radiator - This radiator has 8 fins per inch and 3 rows of tubes.

It is 18" tall and the core size is This radiator fits David Brown Tractor models, Generator, 12 Volts - Lucas style replacement, 12 volt, pulley is not included. For tractor models:, Starter Solenoid - For Case:, David Brown:, Replaces A Thrust Washer, Oversize.

Used on Case; serial number and later,with independent clutch, serial number and later, Used on David Brown; Implematic serial number and laterImplematic serial number throughImplematic serial number and laterserial number through, Replaces K Casting Nunber: K Stroke: 4.I know they arent IH, but kind of under the corporate umbrella of today, I suppose.

Anyway, my good friend bought one about 3 years ago. Paid way too much for it, now his hydraulics and 3 point dont work. Looks like the pump went out, and kept trying to engage, stripping out the gears according to his wrenches' diagnosis. Most of that labor, of course. Ive given thought to it, but it seems there isnt a market for them around here.

Is there anywhere? Sorry to be so long winded. We have a case David Brown. We bought it back in '91 when we bought the farm. Tractor was purchased with hours or so. Tractor now has hours, not alot my todays standards but it is tough as nails. Every one here me-parents says, we don't like the tractor, but if we think about it is has been the most trouble tree, and abused tractor on the farm for the last 18 years and still going strong.

I have seen a number of David Brown tractors that were relatively trouble free until about the hour mark and then everything wore out more or less at once.

There used to be lots of them around here but only a few left now. Not sure of the hours on this, but very low, I assume. Its very clean, purchased from the original owner. I have a DB for the last 20 years. I think it is a 74 model. It has been abused, has sat outside the whole time, and up until the Alternator a Lucas went out of it last week in a blackberry patch it has been trouble free. I'll fix it and keep it for many more years. Some oldtimers are still earning their keep. A PM your way for some info.

He's the go to guy on David Brown stuff.Remember Me? What's New? Forum Main Category Machinery case david brown power steering pot keep emptying. Results 1 to 8 of 8. Thread: case david brown power steering pot keep emptying. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Re: case david brown power steering pot keep emptying I suggest you go here and ask that question because there are so many variables. Is it an English tractor or an export? Is it 2wd or 4wd?

If 4wd is it the Carraro or DB front axle? But you will still have to register before you can ask on the Forum but please give more details about the tractor. I have worked and used DB tractors for over 50 years and have never put anything other than engine oil in any power assisted or hydrostatic steering without any incident at all such as leaking pumps, deteriorating ram seals etc.

The books tell me I'm wrong to do that but it's much "wrong-er" to use what is reccomended i. TCH fluid which is a hydraulic transmission fluid and then have it get into the timing case and then go round the engine like it can and does on the later systems.

Re: case david brown power steering pot keep emptying i cannot see the point in wasting time going onto a david brown forum.

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Re: case david brown power steering pot keep emptying. Originally Posted by ford Re: case david brown power steering pot keep emptying yes he do. Re: case david brown power steering pot keep emptying It sounds as though there are several possibilities that could be combining or acting alone, first the filter might be blocked, it never gets changed as it's a pig to do on the 4 cylinder models.

Inside the reservoir there is a small circular filter element that filters the returning oil. If it's not been changed for a long time it can cause significant backpressure on the return oil which goes through another small reservoir higher up to "calm it down" and separate any air. The second reservoir adds bit of extra capacity too. There are a number of things to check, first replace the hoses around the high up reservoir as they are just like water hose and perish and leak oil out or air in usually the former, any good quality flexible similar hose does.

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If the hoses are bad they can let air in and that allows the oil in the top reservoir to run down into the lower one when parked. That will eliminate any inward air leaks when running. Next change the power steering filter which is inside the bowl The bowl pulls off once the rear long bolt is undone, the snag is on a you will need to remove the fuel lift pump to get enough clearance to get the reservoir bowl off.In the early days of David Brown, transmission work was a speciality, and it will be recalled that Meltham Mills produced tank transmissions during World War 2.

The Merritt-Brown transmission was one of the most successful developments in tank production, and down to the present David Brown Textron still has a major role in the supply of gearboxes for military application. As a result, really good design and production teams became established at Meltham Mills during the early s, and their influence continued down to the very end. The old faces may have been long gone by then, but the apprentices who had passed through these departments had gained a knowledge of the operation.

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Generally the transmissions produced by David Brown were first class, but that is not to say that there were no problems whatsoever. Generally speaking our gearbox was so successful that the one used in manual transmissions right up to the 94 series was still recognisable as being similar to that used in the Cropmaster. However, as power transmission increased, a cast one-piece spacer replaced the spacer bars.

The transmission was available as a sixor speed unit. Reverse gear was mounted on a bush on the drive shaft and was in constant mesh with the layshaft. Reverse was engaged by sliding the low gear on the pinion shaft into mesh with the reverse gear on the drive shaft giving two reverse speeds.

In the case of the speed box, the 12 speeds were attained by the addition of an extension to the front end plate carrying another layshaft known as the dumbbell layshaft. There were four speeds in reverse. When using the reduction facility of the dumbbell layshaft on the early models, it was not intended for heavy draught work.

Improved lubrication of these gears and shafts on later models meant that it could be used as a full speed box for all types of work, both heavy cultivation and light row crop work. It is worth noting that when the hydraulic system was in constant pumping, for example when operating a loader, the low-pressure lubrication system is inoperative. Therefore, it was imperative to return such oil to the transmission through the correct port in the rear axle case, in order to keep the lubrication system working.

The six-speed box was controlled by two levers and the speed box initially by three, and latterly by two levers, but in Q cab versions it reverted back to three levers. In synchromesh was added to the box, giving on the move changes from first to second to third and back to second. Constant mesh high and medium gears now replaced the sliding high and medium gears on the pinion shaft and the drive from the layshaft was transmitted via dog clutches to the pinion shaft.

A synchro was situated between the high and medium gears. The introduction of a synchro box meant that, when changing the transmission oil and filter, instead of finding small bits of chipped teeth from unsuccessful double de-clutch gear changes in the filter housing, one would find bits of disintegrated synchros!

Up to theall our tractors had a differential containing two bevel pinions, but the 14 series and six-cylinder models had four bevel pinions. All tractors were provided with a differential lock, which operated by sliding on the right-hand spur pinion shaft and engaging with the differential cage, whilst disengagement was effected by a coil spring. There were three main competitors: Ford had their select-o-speed nicknamed select-a-jerk ; Massey Ferguson had multi power; and, IH had hydro. Browns produced the Hydra-Shift, which gave four-speed clutchless changes in three forward and one reverse range, and was by far the best of the quartet.

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To emphasise this, we might point out that it was in production with only nominal changes from to The range box had three forward ranges designated Creep, Field, Road and Reverse. This was a constant mesh gearbox with a helical drive to the layshaft from the drive shaft, which was also utilised for the reverse range.

Fixed and sliding dog clutches provided the drive to the pinion shaft. Change on the move was not a requirement in the range box as the semiauto part of the box overlapped in each range. It was easy to set off hauling a heavy load in Road 1 and change up the Hydra-Shift gears as you got rolling.

The range box was a robust and reliable unit giving little if any trouble. The four-speed part of the transmission consisted of two planetary reductions of different ratios, 1.Moderators: Segrie61admin.

David Brown Tractor Forum Skip to content. Quick links. The place to discuss all matters relating to David Brown Tractors. You will need to register your user name before you can post. If you have already registered could you please make sure that your location details have been completed.

County if within the U. Location details helps other members if you need spares, technical advice, or the nearest practical help.

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If reliance is thought to be placed on any of the information guidance or input provided such information will be expressly confirmed as appropriate to be relied upon. In the absence of any such confirmation no reliance should be suggested or inferred. Members must not disclose information to 3rd parties in anticipation that reliance will be given by non-members. Non-members must not purport to give advice on behalf of David Brown Tractor Club.

If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulties or repeated breakdowns you must seek assistance for an appropriately qualified expert who holds themselves out as such. Any comments are free of charge and made or posted on an ex gratia basis. No member or non-member may advertise their professional services Any user inactive for more than 3 months will automatically be deactivated, please contact admin dbtc.

Please be aware that your user name and entered location can be seen by all members. We only store information you have entered which is your email address and username, your IP is also stored, we have no access to private passwords. If you do not agree with your information being stored, please do not register an account, If you wish to unsubscribe at any time please email admin dbtc. RE: which oils in ?

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Steering, 'Hypoid' 32 or any good 32 hydraulic oil. Brakes and final drives, same as engine and gearbox. Don't forget that you need to use a mineral oil in the brake and clutch reservoirs and not the DOT4 type you use in cars otherwise you will blow the seals. Definatly don't use a synthetic based brake fluid, use mineral like powerrabbit says or LHM fluid like i do.

No, in the operators manual it reccomends the same oil for the brakes and final drives as in the engine. I wouldnt use a multi purpose oil in an engine.

I get my engine filters from a local case IH dealer, as they say case on them and look good. I think fuel ift pump has to come off to do this. Finally I would change the coolant, i use a green coolant, its sort of illuminous good for seein leaksi put it in half to half water. Only what I do, evey man is different Bernard. Board index All times are UTC.