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Re: TO-35 Hydraulics

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Dan S (NY)

04-16-2013 09:48:46

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I don't think the pump had a filter originally in 1959 but someone may have replaced it with a newer pump that does have the filter. Take off the left hand cover with the PTO shift lever and check if you have the filter. If it is clogged up the lift will be extremely slow. In the picture, the filter is the round canister at the left rear of the pump with the tie wire going to it.


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04-16-2013 14:02:13

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 Re: TO-35 Hydraulics in reply to Dan S (NY), 04-16-2013 09:48:46  
Thanks Dan. Does the filter just unscrew after you cut the safety wire? Is it a replacement type filter or just something you clean out and put back in? Do you have to drain all of the fluid out or can you drain a little and maybe tilt the tractor to get to it? tks, Andy

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Dan S (NY)

04-16-2013 17:18:44

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 Re: TO-35 Hydraulics in reply to Baynes, 04-16-2013 14:02:13  
Once the wire is cut it just unscrews. There is a separate bottom and top piece to the canister with a metal mesh filter in between. You should be able to just clean it up and reinstall. You can do it without draining the oil. If your hydraulic oil is at the correct level you may get a little draining out the bottom bolt hole in the side cover. I just stick a bolt back in the hole to stop the oil from trickling out until I'm done.

If you don't find you have a filter you can take a look inside while you have the side cover off anyway and check for leaks.


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04-18-2013 20:07:40

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 Re: TO-35 Hydraulics in reply to Dan S (NY), 04-16-2013 17:18:44  
Dan, I opened up the ferg tonight and wow !! That filter screen was really clogged up. Got it all clean and will refill with new fluid tomorrow. Will let you know how it works. Andy

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Dan S (NY)

04-19-2013 05:41:48

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 Re: TO-35 Hydraulics in reply to Baynes, 04-18-2013 20:07:40  
That's good you have a filter, sounds like it was doing its job!


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