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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

wagner loader trouble

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Eric Allen

05-08-2012 13:55:02

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Hi I just bought a International 460 utility with a wagner loader and self leveling hydraulic bucket. The loader works empty but with a load, it lacks lifting power. I am first going to change the oil as soon as I get a book and figure out how to(I haven't even figured out how to check the level yet) but I discovered something really strange when I tried it out the other day. The loader lifts empty fine all the way up but won't lift any load above knee high, I noticed though that if you pull back on the bucket lever and the boom lever, once the bucket rolls back fully the boom goes up and if you let off the bucket roll the boom stops. Does this make any sense at all? I did notice that there is a new boom lever next to the double wagner one that has the bucket roll lever. The other of the wagner pair isn't hooked to anything. Could this be a plumbing problem like something attached wrong or of the wrong size? I don't know anybody to take it to here in NY so anything you can tell me would help a lot. Thanks

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05-10-2012 00:48:29

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 Re: wagner loader trouble in reply to Eric Allen, 05-08-2012 13:55:02  
Yes that can happen when the main regulator has an issue,remove the main valve and check there is nothing holding the valve open,check the o"rings on the body,with the boom going up strong when the bucket lever is pulled says that the pump and cylinders are ok.

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