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cleaning the hydraulic system 'screen' on MF 150 Diesel

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07-07-2014 11:26:22

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The hydraulic system on my 1973 MF 150 diesel once was quick to respond and had notable lifting power for my 3 pt hitch and the loader I have installed on it. However, lately the 3 pt hitch lift seems anemic and the loader lifts slow and jerks as it goes up. It is my understanding there is a protective 'screen' in the hydraulic system on a MF 150 diesel - that periodically needs to be cleaned or it will reduce the volume going through the lines. Can anyone out there point me in the direction of where I can find out how to clean this screen?

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Brendon Warren

07-07-2014 11:45:14

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 Re: cleaning the hydraulic system 'screen' on MF 150 Diesel in reply to lutefiskdan, 07-07-2014 11:26:22  
It should be the same as my 65. You access it through the cover where the PTO lever is. It has like a wing nut cover on it and sometimes a wire holding it on. A new one is like eleven or twelve bucks. Take care to get the PTO lever aligned correctly when you put it back together.

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Stick welding

07-07-2014 18:55:41

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 Re: cleaning the hydraulic system 'screen' on MF 150 Diesel in reply to Brendon Warren, 07-07-2014 11:45:14  
The safety wire is important to leave on. If the screen falls off, all the dirt will flow right through the pump and entire hyd. system.

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07-07-2014 12:20:04

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 Re: cleaning the hydraulic system 'screen' on MF 150 Diesel in reply to Brendon Warren, 07-07-2014 11:45:14  
thank you for your help. Can you tell me where you get the new filter; does it have to be ordered from a special parts house...or is it readily available at a MF dealer?

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Brendon Warren

07-07-2014 13:10:33

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 Re: cleaning the hydraulic system 'screen' on MF 150 Diesel in reply to lutefiskdan, 07-07-2014 12:20:04  
This site should have them or a dealer. I think I got mine off e bay. I just looked in the cupboard and see I have a spare. sparex# is s.41450. Says on the box it replaces 185551M93 and 884906M92. Hope this helps.

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