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03-21-2014 14:58:56

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It's me again with more questions about my UB. It's getting close to fire up and there is a couple of things that I'm having a hard time figuring out. First there are two lines on the left side of the block one that goes to the oil pressure gauge and the other one on a rectangular plate that I don't know where it goes or does. The other question is the tractors hyd pump was missing when I got it all it had was the spacer between the dis and pump with a oil line going to it. Can I take the spacer off and block off the line or do I need to put a cover on the spacer and keep the line. Thanks Ryan

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03-21-2014 16:53:09

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 Re: MM UB in reply to Rmf1066, 03-21-2014 14:58:56  
The line in pic 1 on the plate is a vent/breather line goes to the top of the hyd reservoir under the front of the fuel tank,the other one I would personally plate where it is at and leave that line,just my opinion.

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03-21-2014 16:21:45

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 Re: MM UB in reply to Rmf1066, 03-21-2014 14:58:56  
the line from the block should be the oil pressure guage line. the other can be plugged ( in the cap). Put a plate over the hydraulic pump hole and keep the oil line. It puts oil onto the parts that runs your distributor. Not good if they are dry

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03-21-2014 17:03:05

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 Re: MM UB in reply to mmfan55, 03-21-2014 16:21:45  
Thanks for all the help. This tractor was in pices when I picked it up and my first Moline. Thanks for all the help again!!! Ryan

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