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Re: 975 New holland Combine

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Case Nutty 1660

12-12-2012 18:17:30
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I have raised hdrs on dead machines before buy hooking a single hyd line with a ball valve at the end with the tractors hyd coupler on it you raise the hdr up turn the ball valve closed and release the pressure from the remove then disconect as long as the valve stays closed it will stay up fine, I have a special hose made for this works great cnt




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c leddy

12-12-2012 18:28:00
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 Re: 975 New holland Combine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-12-2012 18:17:30  
I never thought of that. I've been jacking on that thing and wondering what to do next since there is nothing to hold it.I will have a tractor there that can do the job as long as I can unhook it and it stays. Do you do both cylinders or is one enough?
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Case Nutty 1660

12-12-2012 22:09:12
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 Re: 975 New holland Combine in reply to c leddy, 12-12-2012 18:28:00  
yes use both, on my Case machines I just hook in aboe the tee that connects them together that way it lifts just like the machine did when running



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c leddy

12-15-2012 18:10:27
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 Re: 975 New holland Combine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-12-2012 22:09:12  
Thanks. I got header up and it was not pretty. It rained here all night so was out of the question to bring the m602 over so I backed a old Allis WD with a farmhand loader up to it and used that hydralic system and it barely budged the header. After jacking with a 12 ton jack on boths sides I finally got it up and is holding with the Hydralic oil from the wd. I thought the Farm hand loader system would handle it but instead found every joint that could leak. Them 4 row corn heads must be pretty heavy. Used angles on the cylinder just to be sure it stayed up. Now for the tow????
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12-12-2012 18:41:36
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 Re: 975 New holland Combine in reply to c leddy, 12-12-2012 18:28:00  
You have to use both cylinders.What I do is to take a piece of angle iron.lay it on the cylinder shaft.Let the head rest on those.tie it on with hose clamps.Done several times on "dead" machines.Dont forget to unhook the short driveshafts on the final drives.



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12-13-2012 07:42:28
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 Re: 975 New holland Combine in reply to DeltaRed, 12-12-2012 18:41:36  
Thanks for the ideas. I like yours since it easy to cut some angle. This has them strong helper springs in the way which maybe can be slid out of the way for a moment when all the pressure is off but they are not helping. Things are alway harder when it about 30 miles from any stores or shop and were about 1 day away from real winter weather. Thanks



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