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The tractor vet

02-20-2012 16:09:47

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Oh ya can raise the pressure on lock up with either a new spring kit or adding some shims on the pressure regulator spring . BUT lets not get carried away , last guy that tryed this sent the MCv across the shop and embedded it in the side of his building , somuch fun drilling and tapping to the next size up bolts.

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706 SS

02-20-2012 16:37:06

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 Re: HYDRAULIC PRESSURES? in reply to The tractor vet, 02-20-2012 16:09:47  
Maybe I was not clear, I think everything is ok, I just wanted to get the tractor TUNED up, get the thing to factory specs. I have read some of your other posts and you can be very helpful. One post refered to an 856, you told him 235-265. I was looking more for this information. Thanks.

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The tractor vet

02-20-2012 16:46:54

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 Re: HYDRAULIC PRESSURES? in reply to 706 SS, 02-20-2012 16:37:06  
On 706's for the most part i set then at around 235-245 when i install a new T/A . I also install at that time a new MCV pump and new spring kit in the MCV , therefore you have to check pressure and trim the pressure reg . spring to set it . When i am doing tis i have already went thru the MCV with new O/Rings and gskt. So when it goes out the door i know that i have done everything i could do to make it wright and not see it again . If you have looked over my old posts then you should know how to do the adjustments with out me going over this again. BUT i will if ya need me to .

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706 SS

02-20-2012 17:01:43

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 Re: HYDRAULIC PRESSURES? in reply to The tractor vet, 02-20-2012 16:46:54  
Those were the numbers I was looking for. Thanks for the info.

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706 SS

02-20-2012 16:59:48

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 Re: HYDRAULIC PRESSURES? in reply to The tractor vet, 02-20-2012 16:46:54  
Those were the numbers I was looking for, thank u for the info.

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