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Re: More on 135 hydraulics

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DavidP, South Wales

11-15-2013 11:37:42
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Hello Loren,
The side cover will only give access to the roller in the pump control lever. The likely problem with yours is way above that and totally in-accessible from the side cover region. Sadly many younger MF staff will not have the experience that is found in abundance on this site. It will not be so much a case of reconnecting the linkage but re-setting it. The best way to go about this to partially remove the quadrant support bracket when the cover is removed. This way the linkage can be replaced in its correct position. It is essential that the frames are checked to ensure that they are true and that the rollers run where they are supposed to. Three hours would be about correct. The countersunk screw that retains the bracket in the cover can be seized as can the bracket in the hyd cover.
Go back to your MF dealer and try and insist that only someone who is familiar with the 100 series tractors be allowed to work on it.
DavidP

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Loren NC

11-15-2013 11:51:54
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 Re: More on 135 hydraulics in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 11-15-2013 11:37:42  
Thanks, David. I was hoping you would offer an opinion. I have not been on this site very long but it appears to me that you have a lot more experience that most people here. I plan to have the dealer do the work but did want some confirmation that he was not about to rip me off with the time he expects to use.



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dougie fresh

12-01-2013 17:18:17
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 Re: More on 135 hydraulics in reply to Loren NC, 11-15-2013 11:51:54  
david hit it on the head my dad is surfing the net thru my fingers. hes the 40+ yr diesel hydraulics in my area he said what u said before i even read all of ur post



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