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super dexta hydraulics

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AK in crewe

04-16-2007 10:54:44

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I need help, I have a 64 super dexta and I cannot for the life of me figure out how to check the level of my hydraulic fluid, I can not find a dipstick and I am very green when it comes to tractors. right now the 3 pt hitch is acting like it needs fluid, it works great when I first start it, but then stops and will not lift a load. I would love to change the fluid, but I cannot find a filter anywhere on this thing. any info would be appreciated

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08-09-2007 07:43:38

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 Re: super dexta hydraulics in reply to AK in crewe, 04-16-2007 10:54:44  
After the tractor warms up is there a buzzing sound when you try raising the 3pt hitch?

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Les Fenwick

04-17-2007 08:14:46

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 Re: super dexta hydraulics in reply to AK in crewe, 04-16-2007 10:54:44  
On left hand side (when seated on tractor) about 4-5 inches up there should be a square headed, 1/4" pipe-thread, plug for checking oil level.

On the same side and at the bottom of the housing and slightly forward of the level plug will be the drain plug.

Not a bad idea to tap a little oil off the drain plug to check it's colour. Sometimes a bit of water will come out (from condensation?)

On the right hand side (brake side) near the top of the housing is a 2-position ~3" lever. It can be horizontal or vertical. Should be in the horizontal postion for "position control" of the 3-point linkage. Vertical is for attached implements like a plow. Dexta's have a suction screen and an internal screen type "exhaust" (oil is filtered as it is returned to the differential housing.)filter for the hydraulic pump. (I believe you have to pull the top of the housing off to get at them.


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AK in Crewe

04-17-2007 10:13:38

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 Re: super dexta hydraulics in reply to Les Fenwick, 04-17-2007 08:14:46  
Thank you very much, I just hope changing the fluid solves the problem.

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