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Re: JD 2130 Starter Removal

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Charles Branch

01-27-2013 05:15:38

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Good idea. I recall having to change the load control shaft to fix a hydraulic leak when I first got the tractor. I'm wondering if we did something wrong in that job. Sometimes when I lower the implement, it will suddenly just rise on its own.

I remember being amazed at the time when I first read how the L/D mechanism worked. I surprises me that they don't all develop leaks, what with the abuse we put on the three point hitch doing things like pushing up privet with a box blade.

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Tx Jim

01-27-2013 06:36:48

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 Re: JD 2130 Starter Removal in reply to Charles Branch, 01-27-2013 05:15:38  
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Does control handle stay where it's set when 3pt raises or does handle move also? If handle moves then the friction washers on handle are worn and need shimmed or replaced.

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Charles Branch

01-27-2013 08:57:45

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 Re: JD 2130 Starter Removal in reply to Tx Jim, 01-27-2013 06:36:48  
The control handle stays fixed. In fact, the implement often will come back up even while I still have my hand on the handle. It's like it has a mind of its own.

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Tx Jim

01-27-2013 09:35:27

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In all my years of employment at a JD dealership I never witnessed a JD utility tractor 3pt act as you described.

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Charles Branch

01-27-2013 11:00:39

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 Re: JD 2130 Starter Removal in reply to Tx Jim, 01-27-2013 09:35:27  
My old 1020 never did that either. My neighbor noticed the same thing when he borrowed the 2130 to go over his field with a chisel plow. Whenever you want to take a vacation to East Alabama, let me know, and I'll arrange a demonstration. :) And I would even let you get the old 1020 running again too. Seriously, maybe I ought to start a separate thread on the strange lift behavior. But I'll spend some time reading the service manual first, so I'll understand better how it's supposed to work.

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