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Re: Whats the trick to hooking the hyd lines

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Dean Olson

06-28-2014 17:43:38

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Ditto tractor off and relieve pressure. Matching fitting sure helps.

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06-29-2014 13:57:20

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 Re: Whats the trick to hooking the hyd lines in reply to Dean Olson, 06-28-2014 17:43:38  
I tried that Sta. engine off and cycling the hyds. No go. Ill have to wait till the 2nd week in July when I get my SS Check to take a end off of the tractor and one off the bailer and find a match for the bailer that will fit the tractor. Ive ran out of money again before the end of the month LOL. Thanks for all the good advice

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06-30-2014 10:16:50

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 Re: Whats the trick to hooking the hyd lines in reply to Farmallb, 06-29-2014 13:57:20  
Well, I tried pushing in the indent button on the bailer hyd hose. no back pressure, and didn't make a difference.

I noticed that it didn't even go in enough to make the indent button touch anything, so its diffenitly a mismatch.

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06-29-2014 16:49:07

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 Re: Whats the trick to hooking the hyd lines in reply to Farmallb, 06-29-2014 13:57:20  

Pressure in lines on baler can cause that problem, along with others mentioned. In some cases I have
loosened the fittings on the baler hose and let the pressure, and some fluid, leak out, then retighten and try hooking up again. Sometimes just hitting the round ball at the end of the hose connector on the baler hitch will let enough pressure off to work. To keep from happening again, when parking baler, turn tractor off, work the hydraulic levers back and forth to relive pressure.


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06-30-2014 11:14:38

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 Re: Whats the trick to hooking the hyd lines in reply to KEH, 06-29-2014 16:49:07  
As said, I tried that. There is NO pressure on the indent ball. I pushed it against one of the lift arms, and felt no pressure, so I pushed it with my finger. No pressure. AS SAID, The indent button don't even come into contact with anything before the connector is stopped. im positive they are mismatched.
When I get my SS check, Ill take both one off the tractor, and the hose end off the bailer, and try them with NO pressure on each one, them when/if they mismatch, ill buy a connecter to fit the hose that Also fits the tractor connection

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06-29-2014 19:00:41

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 Re: Whats the trick to hooking the hyd lines in reply to KEH, 06-29-2014 16:49:07  
Ill try that tomorrow. I already tried shutting the tractor off and working the hyd lever. Im not to sure there should be ALOT of hyd oil in the bailer lines as one of them has a leak. My boy can fix that, but hes a foreman at Bama Pie Co in Tulsa, and always on call, and he said he could do it when he could do it, so, Im hoping the leak is slight that I can get this cutting done before fixing it.

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