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Re: Ford 3000 split question

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02-10-2013 07:43:01

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I only removed the hydraulic pump because IT manual said so, now that you mention it seems like it could have stayed on,just unhook lines. Seems the most challenging part of this split is the lack of info on what really needs to be unhooked. Don't want to add any extra work to the project. One thing I really want is to not open any fuel lines, I've read too many posts of people that can't get their system bled. That's why I want to lift the steering box and just pull the back away. I'm taking photos and writing a step by step that I plan to post here, I think it would really help the forum. I know I sure could have used one.

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02-10-2013 13:59:16

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 Re: Ford 3000 split question in reply to Laneman, 02-10-2013 07:43:01  
Thanks for the help welding man
This post was edited by Laneman at 14:12:37 02/10/13 3 times.

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02-10-2013 10:16:17

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 Re: Ford 3000 split question in reply to Laneman, 02-10-2013 07:43:01  
If you can't follow directions and bleed a fuel system, then maybe you have no business splitting a tractor.

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02-10-2013 09:49:51

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 Re: Ford 3000 split question in reply to Laneman, 02-10-2013 07:43:01  
You are making a mountain out of a mole hill. I split 2 or 3 of these tractors a month. Shut off the fuel valve at the tank and unhook the line.When you roll it back together,hook the line back up,turn on the fuel,open the bleeders on the fuel filters and let them bleed until clear fuel runs out, shut them off and start the sucker. More Questions?

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