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H2 plow

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msteinblock

03-20-2017 08:29:25




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Purchased an H2 plow over the weekend. Realized it is missing the front disc and lever. What are the chances of finding one of those?!!?

Anyone rebuild the hydraulic pump off an H? What to look for? We have several and none seem to work right.




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Pete in MD

03-20-2017 12:10:54




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to msteinblock, 03-20-2017 08:29:25  
Get a hold of the 2 cylinder hydraulics service manual (SM-2011) from eBay or maybe Jensales.
It has sections on the H power lift valve housing, pump, remote cylinder, and trouble shooting.



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msteinblock

03-20-2017 09:21:02




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to msteinblock, 03-20-2017 08:29:25  
matt at steinblock dot net. I have Pat brownings guide and there are a couple pages for this pump. Of the three pumps, one will not stay raised, tractor needs to be running full throttle to stay up. The other I have on a tractor I am still getting running. Right now the lift handle is froze so I am still working on freeing that. Thanks for the help!



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Richard G.

03-20-2017 09:07:29




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to msteinblock, 03-20-2017 08:29:25  
Send me an email message about your pump problem. I fixed mine easily. every time I talk about it on here, I get slammed. I will tell you what JD recommended back in the day.
Richard



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Tim S

03-20-2017 09:55:41




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to Richard G., 03-20-2017 09:07:29  
Were all of them ether "up" or "Down" ?? I have a 41 H and never had any problem with that part, I have the mounted plow with cylinder, and a set of cultivators..



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Richard G.

03-21-2017 05:23:35




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to Tim S, 03-20-2017 09:55:41  
With a light touch on the handle, I can make mine stay at whatever height I want. Really helps when cultivating small stuff.
Richard



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buckeye al

03-20-2017 15:45:45




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to Tim S, 03-20-2017 09:55:41  
Actually you CAN get the H lift to stop when only part way up! Have done that many times!

On those lifts when you lift the handle to make it raise the plow or cultivators, the handle flies all the way up with considerable force right? It's the nature of the beast. When those lifts reach the end of the cylinder's stroke and the internal control valve "pops" into the bypass mode, the operating lever goes limp right? (If yours does not, the pump is worn, is leaking internally or the control valve or detent is stuck.) When in relief mode, you can move the handle up & down with ease just like if the engine was not running. The last little bit of the down stroke of the lever is what bumps a check valve out of the seat to let the implement fall. As long as you don't push that ball check out of its seat, the lift will hold any position. If you put your knee under the end of the lever & use your knee as a stop to push the lever back down far enough but not too far, you can stop the lifting operation and NOT unseat the check valve & it will hold that position! It has to have enough weight to create back pressure to hold the check valve in the seat hard enough to counter the handle's weight. The plow is easily heavy enough to do that.

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Mike M

03-21-2017 05:19:35




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to buckeye al, 03-20-2017 15:45:45  
That handle flying up with force is why I must see a lot of H's with broken and welded up handle brackets.



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Mike M

03-20-2017 10:25:56




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 Re: H2 plow in reply to Tim S, 03-20-2017 09:55:41  
Yes either up or down no, in between.



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