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Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires

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06-22-2013 21:01:51
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Nope, mine just has one behind the grille on the suction line to the hyd. pump. I am told this is NOT the way to do it, having a filter on the return line to the tank is how it should be done.




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06-23-2013 00:56:04
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 Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires in reply to Inno, 06-22-2013 21:01:51  
Asked about the filter (i think thats it) placement only because some images I saw looked as if it were attached on the outward face of the right loader pillar (below the controls)...vulnerably placed. Image is from this site too. http://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=609973

But that ones on a different year//model tractor.

Speaking of which I'm going to end up replacing the canister for the filter...any recommendations on where//which one to get? The fluid that spewed out the bad cylinder seal was almost black....but WAS hydraulic. Am told that some people would use motor oil (even used motor oil) in the hydraulics...or transmission fluid in some cases...without major issue. Would probably ruin current equipment doing that. I've no intention of trying those...I'll go with straight hydraulic...after I drain the system to put fresh stuff in. As for the fill point...that would be by removing the piece mounted on the right loader pillar? Kinda resembles an outsized...floor-mounted dimmer switch...the breather cap does anyway.

EDIT: Took a closer look at that topic mentioned about the loaders. It says the 100 has 1 bucket cyl...and the 200 has 2 bucket cyls. My loader has 2 bucket cylinders...unless this was a change made later by a PO...will this have a considerable impact on ordering the seal kits for the lift rams?
This post was edited by RuralTowner at 01:00:45 06/23/13.

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