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Re: 2630 Slow 3 Point Lift

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Tx Jim

03-19-2013 04:32:58

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Rob Maloney

Was sump screen checked/cleaned at the same time hyd filter was changed?? Was stand-by pressure checked after hyd pump rebuild? Stand-by should be in the 2250-2350 psi range. How is loader plumbed??? It's possible the pressure control(priority) valve down by hyd filter is blocking flow/psi. It's also possible that rockshaft control valve clearances are too wide. This clearance can be adjusted by turning screw(parts key #9) Does tractor have either option of hyd hi-lo or ind pto?
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Rob Maloney

03-20-2013 11:06:34

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 Re: 2630 Slow 3 Point Lift in reply to Tx Jim, 03-19-2013 04:32:58  
Loader is plumbed thru port in the filer. Where is the sump screen once the filer has been removed?. How do you access the priority valve? Does it matter that the loader function appears to be unaffected?

Thanks. You helped me a couple years ago with a steering valve cavitation problem. I'm getting sick of this 2630. Are they a dog in an otherwise good family (John Deere) of tractors? Is there a better JD utility tractor in this HP range suited well for a loader?

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Tim S

03-20-2013 12:25:08

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 Re: 2630 Slow 3 Point Lift in reply to Rob Maloney, 03-20-2013 11:06:34  
If the loader is working good that kinda makes the priority valve check out good too, since the oil for both come through the same porting, there is a flow valve on the top front of the rockshaft that may need attention,, I don"t have a picture of that handy right now..

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Tx Jim

03-20-2013 12:49:04

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 Re: 2630 Slow 3 Point Lift in reply to Tim S, 03-20-2013 12:25:08  
Here's the photo that Tim was referring to. The valve is parts key #10
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Tx Jim

03-20-2013 12:05:27

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 Re: 2630 Slow 3 Point Lift in reply to Rob Maloney, 03-20-2013 11:06:34  
IMHO 2630's didn't give any more hyd problems than any other JD utility tractor with the same options such as hyd ind pto & hi-lo. If loader is plumbed behind the priority valve then priority valve shouldn't be a problem. As far as a better JD utility tractor the 50 & 55 series(2555/2755) were hard to beat. Ist photo is priority valve and 2nd photo shows location of sump screen.

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