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1010 Hydraulic Leak

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08-12-2017 12:54:06

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I have a steady leak coming from the front section of the hydraulic housing. It's coming from underneath that front section. I recently tore down, cleaned, and replaced all seals in the system. The gasket between the front and middle section isn't where the leak is coming from. Am I correct in guessing that I have a crack in that front housing and it's seeping through? I can't think of any seals or see any way it could be leaking from there except a crack, and if so, does anyone have any thoughts on a fix other than replace?

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08-13-2017 16:26:24

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 Re: 1010 Hydraulic Leak in reply to Mnethercutt, 08-12-2017 12:54:06  
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The problem is more specifically the front section of the rockshaft housing, no problems with the pump.

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08-13-2017 12:01:08

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 Re: 1010 Hydraulic Leak in reply to Mnethercutt, 08-12-2017 12:54:06  
I was waiting fr someone to chime in here who knew 1010 better, but I believe the hydraulic pump on 1010 was real similar to 430 and earlier JD. I broke the center section on a 320 one time by hooking it to splitter with relief set too high. I doubt you can find just center section and it may not have been serviced separately anyway. Someone had an add on YT photo adds a week or so was parting out 1010 JD. You might check with them. main thing is to make sure it is the pump and not a bad fitting or ) ring seal

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