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Re: 2030 3 point

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Tx Jim

05-04-2013 05:31:49
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Spraying oil could indicate leaking o-rings on the valves that control 3 pt. Spraying oil could also be faulty valves in scv. On a closed center hyd system such as your tractor an internal high pressure leak causes extreme heat which accelerates seal damage. Checking stnd-by pressure is easy. Just get a 3000# gauge install a male hyd tip and plug into breakaway coupler. Activate control handle and read psi.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 05:33:50 05/04/13.

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Wes Wilkens

05-05-2013 06:23:01
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-04-2013 05:31:49  
I'll check inside the filler today and see if I can dig us a gauge to check the pressure.

Is there a way to get a thread to come back to the top when making a new response?

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WEs



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Tx Jim

05-05-2013 06:38:03
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Wes Wilkens, 05-05-2013 06:23:01  
Sure is a way. Switch to Modern view by clicking at RH top corner of this page. Responded to threads rise to the top very similar to the way cream does on whole milk. :wink:



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long green line man

05-05-2013 20:25:29
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-05-2013 06:38:03  
Jim: REAL cream rises to the top of REAL milk,only on the farm it"s produced at,By the "REAL" How now Brown Cow!!. "I could"nt resist commenting" :Double Wink: PS. And not in the processing plant, that Homo"s the milk.. LOL.



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Tx Jim

05-06-2013 03:53:09
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to long green line man, 05-05-2013 20:25:29  
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When I was growing up hand milking cows every morning/night "whole milk" as I previously stated was just like it came out of the teat. I'll guarantee you that you put some of that JERSEY milk in the refrigeration for a little while that the "cream would rise to the top" :wink: :wink:



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Tx Jim

05-06-2013 03:53:09
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to long green line man, 05-05-2013 20:25:29  
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When I was growing up hand milking cows every morning/night "whole milk" as I previously stated was just like it came out of the teat. I'll guarantee you that you put some of that JERSEY milk in the refrigeration for a little while that the "cream would rise to the top" :wink: :wink:



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MSD

05-04-2013 08:52:22
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-04-2013 05:31:49  
As long as we're on this topic, the 2020 that I have will raise and lower the 3 pt ok. When you do raise it though, the power steering goes away. As soon as it is up, it comes back. I have checked the pressure and it is as it should be when the 3pt is not in use. As soon as you raise it, it drops to 0. It has a clean screen, new filter, clean screen on pump, and not spraying in rockshaft. It has a HI-LO shifter also.

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Tx Jim

05-04-2013 09:50:58
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to MSD, 05-04-2013 08:52:22  
Sounds as if pressure control valve on RH side by hyd filter is faulty.Where are you taking the pressure reading? Checking both trans & frt hyd pump with a flowrater would be nice. Have you tried operating 3 pt with the hyd hi-lo in both speeds? does your tractor have hyd ind pto?



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MSD

05-04-2013 12:23:02
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-04-2013 09:50:58  
I checked the pressure by disconnecting the line to the steering column. It pops right up when the 3 pt quits moving. I haven't tried it with the HI-LO in different spots that I know of. It could have been in either position when I did. No independent pto.



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Tx Jim

05-04-2013 13:05:02
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to MSD, 05-04-2013 12:23:02  
It still appears that pressure(priority) valve isn't doing it's job of giving priority pressure to steering. What was stand-by pressure before raising 3 pt?
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 13:06:08 05/04/13.



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MSD

05-04-2013 17:36:47
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-04-2013 13:05:02  
I believe it was 2200 or 2300 psi.



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Tx Jim

05-05-2013 04:34:08
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to MSD, 05-04-2013 17:36:47  

I'd suggest to check pressure control valve.



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Wes Wilkens

05-04-2013 05:48:19
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-04-2013 05:31:49  
Thanks Jim. I will do that as soon as I can get to it. Since you had asked about the setting of the L/D lever, is there a best position for it, considering what I've got going on here?

Wes



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Tx Jim

05-04-2013 06:23:18
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Wes Wilkens, 05-04-2013 05:48:19  
For anything other than plowing "D" is the desired setting.



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Wes Wilkens

05-05-2013 15:31:20
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-04-2013 06:23:18  
It was raining today and the tractor was sitting outside so had to wait a bit.
I checked where I had left the depth control setting and I had it on L/D. I moved it to the D.
I had the tractor running and checked to see if I could see any oil spraying inside but looking in the fill hole. I didn't see anything, just a bit few bubbles way down - probably the return?
Any ideas??
Thanks,
Wes

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Tx Jim

05-05-2013 17:46:47
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Wes Wilkens, 05-05-2013 15:31:20  
Does 3 pt still operate erratically with L/D lever in"D"? Have you ever checked stand-by pressure?



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Wes Wilkens

05-05-2013 18:55:25
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 Re: 2030 3 point in reply to Tx Jim, 05-05-2013 17:46:47  
No, I haven"t had a chance to find a gauge and test that - but I definitely intend to. I"ll get back to you on what I find.
It did lift slowly but since I haven"t been able to use it due to the mud, I"ll have to wait a few days to try it out again.
Wes



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