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frederick

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Re: 825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #7 on: February 15, 2017, 09:37:15 AM »
That's strang I only see the pics as a logged in member?

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Re: 825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #6 on: February 15, 2017, 01:28:27 AM »
here are some pics, i hope this helps.

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Re: 825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2017, 01:53:49 PM »
Welcome to the forum is it possible to post a picture of your Belarus showing the front drive shaft? There is a recent post here about this I will search and get back. Post a picture of your tractor too!
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Re: 825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #4 on: February 12, 2017, 08:27:15 PM »
so i have a belarus 102 and the front slips under heavy load. i am hearing that the front diff has a slip clutch some place. if this is what it is and thats what it acts like, were do i find this clutch and how do i tighten it.

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Re: 825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2016, 02:23:42 AM »
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that is one heck of a disc behind that 825...  My old 825 is in good shape, but I wouldn't think of pulling that big of a disc here in OKlahoma....    I have poroblems with both my 8345 and 825 when pulling a 9 ft disc mower.  NH617,  They over heat without the A/C running.  I got a 6 blade fan from Ari, but don't have it installed yet....

Nice looking tractor.  I like your grapple on the loader...
I've ran my 9 foot  CIH 3309 disc mower/conditioner with the 825 and never had an overheating problem going a good speed too.  Yes that 16 foot disc in the picture the 825 is pulling is too big.  We were just fooling  around in some soft low land there one day.
 
The key thing with these tractors is to make sure the Rad is always perfectly clean.  IF you have an a/c condenser its even more important to make sure nothing is blocking air flow.  I used to have that curtain in front of the rad which is handy for the winter but I took it right off.  That seemed to help a some too.   Only chore that gets the 825 warm is running the grain vac in the summer when its hot out.  That is a lot of load on it though and makes it work.
 
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Re: 825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2016, 01:26:49 AM »
Haymaker
that is one heck of a disc behind that 825...  My old 825 is in good shape, but I wouldn't think of pulling that big of a disc here in OKlahoma....    I have poroblems with both my 8345 and 825 when pulling a 9 ft disc mower.  NH617,  They over heat without the A/C running.  I got a 6 blade fan from Ari, but don't have it installed yet....

Nice looking tractor.  I like your grapple on the loader...
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825 driveshaft troubles!!!!!
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2016, 06:55:44 PM »
So I had a fellow driving the 825 for me and he took off down the road and said the tractor shook rattled and scared the heck out of Him!!! He forgot to kick it out of 4 wheel drive but still that's happened before over the years. 

What happened is the darn bolts came loose I suspect on the 2 flanges before the slip clutch on the mfd.  There was a shield on it so you couldn't see they were loose. I suspect if I' I was driving I would have  noticed something sooner Bieng used to the tractor.

But anyway it wrecked the 2 flanges and the shield. Got some flanges from MTZ and a new universal cross. Plus some new bolts.

Some pics of it and the 825 pulling a disc which made it snort good!
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