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Re: Ford 901 Select O Speed Mystery

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05-13-2013 16:26:34

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We found the problem!! The previous owner claimed it locked up on him. Well we know why it locked up. The main supply oil tube had snapped and it lost all hydraulic power. No fluid to the valve assembly, no movement. Pto and 3pt will still work as they are just a pass through. So now we are on the hunt for a new one or a fix.
I read that some have welded it and others have clamped on hydraulic lines. We shall see.
If anyone has one or can point me towards one that would be great. Here is the part number for our ORC model. It is a 1960 901.

I'll post a pic later..
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05-13-2013 16:54:33

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 Re: Ford 901 Select O Speed Mystery in reply to Jchampiii, 05-13-2013 16:26:34  
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Sorry, can't help on the tube. I can tell you, however, that if the transmission lost all hydraulic pressure your PTO will not work either. It depends on transmission pump and other components to make it run. You are correct that the 3 pt and other hydraulics pass through

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05-13-2013 16:57:36

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 Re: Ford 901 Select O Speed Mystery in reply to Larry NCKS, 05-13-2013 16:54:33  
You are correct. I forgot about the engaging and disabling the Pto. I'm used to the 8n where it's all mechanical. Haha I saw it was ran off the input shaft and for got about the clutch it has attached to it.

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