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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Need help finding a HOE

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08-09-2013 12:28:28

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I posted some Deere OEM color brochures of various hoes over at the "modern view" version of this thread. Too much work to post photos on this "classic" area. At least - too much work for me.

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08-09-2013 13:05:04

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 Re: Need help finding a HOE in reply to jdemaris, 08-09-2013 12:28:28  
Thanks JD and all you other helpful guys. So the bottom line is that I can get a JD hoe that is NOT closed center BUT rather OPEN center to fit on a DO MOR tractor that is NOT the Barrel SWING.

A FEW GUYS HAVE SAID THEY DON'T LIKE THE BARREL SWING.... or that it is weak and prone to leakage.

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08-09-2013 13:23:37

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 Re: Need help finding a HOE in reply to lenray, 08-09-2013 13:05:04  
I worked for three Deere dealers over the course of 25 years. We had more problems with those barrel swing cylinders then anything else - in regard to hoes. The biggest problem was they'd get scratched and scored inside and leak with no cost-effective fix without replacing major parts. We used to resurface the end-caps. Other then that - there wasn't much to do with a scored-up barrel. And yeah - you could say the same for a conventional piston-and-cylinder unit -but they are easier to fix (most of the time) and MUCH easier to replace with a generic cylinder. That is why Deere came out with the twin-cylinder upgrade/repair kits for some of them.

If you want a Deere open-center hoe, seems you need something off a crawler or a 210C wheel-hoe. Just about anything else is likely to be closed-
center unless you go back to the 1950s OR something like a 1010-2010 wheel tractor. Deere had a few loaders with convertible control valves that worked with open-center or closed-center. No backhoe valves like that - that I can recall.

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