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Question on 3Pt housing

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Woodenoar

07-15-2013 17:01:48




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Hi,
I"m looking at buying a 1030 , however the 3 pt is not working. Assuming the worst it could be the upper housing is broken or cracked. The last time it worked was before he got stuck in a ditch. So the question is how much would an upper housing cost and are they available . Appreciate all the help




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Bob/wis

07-20-2013 06:55:14




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Look down past the shift lever. You will see s chrome plated shaft. Does it move when 3pt lever is moved to raise ? If not try prying it to the rear of the tractor. This is the spool for the 3 pt valve. More then likely its plugged up and needs serviced. Bob



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Woodenoar

07-17-2013 12:19:15




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Thanks for all the input,
Rockshaft body is not that much,
Yes the remotes do work
Oil is a little frothy but wouldn't say foamy
Going to check the linkage now, didn't know about that one
Thanks again



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Bob/wis

07-16-2013 18:51:12




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Could be the 3pt valve sticking. Had my 730 s non working 3pt. But remotes worked fine. Swapped out the valve and works fine.
Bob



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Mopar66701

07-16-2013 07:43:41




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Sounds much like the story they told me when i bought tge 830. The part was about 250 plus then i bought a bunch of seals and orings. If its not the rockshaft housing it should be an inexpensive fix. If it is however it will take a lot of effort and maybe $500 in parts. Once you get your hands on it the diagnosis will be a lot easier. All we can do is guess for now.



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1031D

07-16-2013 07:03:20




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
on my 1030 the arms raise fairly easy too as they do not have down pressure. I've had several thousand pounds on mine without problem. do you have a service manual? Under the platform is the Draft-O-Matic valve and a box containing the linkage for it. If something in that box or the DOM spring is broken it might not work. I can copy and email the pages if need be.



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Woodenoar

07-16-2013 06:48:51




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Yes I can manually lift the arms . Very easy with no resistance. He had a 1000lbs or so on the back , that's why I'm concerned. Hydraulic is full and clean , pump was replaced not long ago. Thanks again, loopking forward to owning another case , used to have sn 830 casomatic and loved it



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1031D

07-15-2013 23:09:49




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
do the remotes work? do you have enough fluid in the trans? most of the time the 3pt not working isn't because the housing is broken. getting stuck in a ditch could easily have mangled the Draft-O-Matic linkage. can you manually lift the arms?



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Woodenoar

07-15-2013 20:18:47




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Thanks didn't know about the sensor rod. Also is there a name for that upper case?
What would you call it?



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Mopar66701

07-15-2013 20:38:17




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 20:18:47  
Its the rockshft housing. You could pressure test the cylinder with air to determine if its good or if the problem is elsewhere



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Mopar66701

07-15-2013 18:27:50




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Woodenoar, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
You can get them and it can be replaced. I wouldnt look forward to another one myself.



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Kav

07-15-2013 17:07:29




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Rgmartin, 07-15-2013 17:01:48  
Hi Woodenoar, did you check the sensor rod and shaft underneath the transmission, in front of the drawbar. It may have been strained or twisted past its limits.-Kav



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SBRW

07-16-2013 06:00:14




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to Kav, 07-15-2013 17:07:29  
I'm having the same issue with a 1175 case tractor. The 3pt is not working, it worked for a day and the quit when I first bought it. Just getting around to looking at it but no luck as of yet. I can lift the 3pt arms manually - any other ideas. Is there a sensor rod/shaft on the 1175 as well?



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Adirondack case guy

07-16-2013 14:10:31




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 Re: Question on 3Pt housing in reply to SBRW, 07-16-2013 06:00:14  
Have you checked the pto controle cable as I sugested in reply to your earlier post? Yes there is a senceing rod, under your 1175. It workes just the same as the 30 series, however the operators platform was isomounted on the 70 series, and cables were used rather than fixed link controles.
Loren



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