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Re: Fuel shut-off screws and slow lift

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barney stephens

11-06-2013 07:04:06

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soundguy I use drive train 30 hyd oil from a local distributer,Works good in all my other equipment.Any filter or valve that might be causing lift to be slow. It like me its old. I have the maintenance manual that covers the tractor

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11-06-2013 07:15:46

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 Re: Fuel shut-off screws and slow lift in reply to barney stephens, 11-06-2013 07:04:06  
by 'drive train 30 hyd oil ' I'm guessing you mean some sort of UTF oil. if so.. it's fine.

if the lift is strong.. but merely slow, then do this test.

with a load lifted, shut off tractor.. does it leak down ( pretty fast? )

at high rpm does it pick up speed?

hve you done a redneck flow test?

chain 3pt lift down, or put heavy implement on it.

remove plug on 3x5 cover under seat, screw a fitting with a nipple in there with a piece of hose on it aimed into a bucket. mark the bucket for 1g. start tractor and time it to fill 1 g in the bucket. can't go too much farther as sump only nominally has 2 in it.

lift 3pt handle then start....

figure your gpm.

at max throttle... you could make about 4gpm when the system was new....

that's a gallon in 15 seconds.

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barney stephens

11-06-2013 07:11:36

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 Re: Fuel shut-off screws and slow lift in reply to barney stephens, 11-06-2013 07:04:06  
THANKS TEX I will check it out.After market stuff leaves a lot to be desired in my humble opinion.What part of the GREAT STATE OF TEXAS are you in.I love East Texas!!

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11-06-2013 11:45:32

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 Re: Fuel shut-off screws and slow lift in reply to barney stephens, 11-06-2013 07:11:36  
Lampasas, in Central Texas.

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