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Ford 1210 Hydraulic pump

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Steve Sangster

07-22-2004 21:09:15

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I have a 1210 which has an after market front end loader fitted. When I worked the loader hard we blew a seal in the hyd pump and filled the engine crankcase with oil, it spews out the breather tube. Had seals in hyd pump replaced, same problem happened again after just a couple of hrs use. The whole machine has only 230hrs since new. I guess my next step is to get a new complete pump but can't locate one (I'm in New Zealand).
Can anyone shed light on what might be going wrong or advise where I can buy a new pump.

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07-23-2004 03:52:24

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 Re: Ford 1210 Hydraulic pump in reply to Steve Sangster, 07-22-2004 21:09:15  
I'd sure do a pressure test from the pressure port of the manifold block. Spec for 1310-1710 is 2130 psi. I don't know if a 1210 would be the same.

I sort of doubt that a new pump or bearings are needed but a hydraulics shop should be able to say. There's a better chance that the pressure is high and that the pump was resealed with generic o-rings that may not be capable of withstanding as high of pressure as the factory parts.

The part number for a seal kit is SBA340490165. There are two o-rings listed and I don't know if they are included in the kit: SBA052310700 and an oil seal SBA050203115 that isn't shown on the parts drawing. The pump assembly, which includes the seals and bearings, is SBA340450400. Fortunately, there are no alternative pumps listed in my parts manual for various options or for sale in different parts of the world.

I can't be much help suggesting a parts source other than a NH dealer of NZ salvage yard. I think either should be capable of finding parts world-wide. There's a slight chance (well, a theoretical one really) that the pump is an OEM item and a hydraulics shop might recognize a code on the pump and be able to obtain it from the manufacturer rather than NH.

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07-22-2004 22:00:24

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 Re: Ford 1210 Hydraulic pump in reply to Steve Sangster, 07-22-2004 21:09:15  
I'm about as dumb as a box of rocks when it comes to hydraulics. But, is this a used machine? did the previous owner, by chance, want to lift just a 'little' bit more than it could lift, and turn up the pressure just a 'little' bit? I'd do a pressure check (when repaired, again) and set it to the proper pressure.

Could be that your pressure relief valve is faulty.


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