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Re: Whining spool valve.

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ARCO petee

10-27-2012 12:00:02

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Never mind. Just answered my own question. Looks like a bow can be fixed. This is a kink so I guess I'll go shopping for a 18" x 3" bore double acting super duper pooper scooper.

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10-27-2012 12:59:46

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 Re: Whining spool valve. in reply to ARCO petee, 10-27-2012 12:00:02  
Pretty common size cylinder I probably have 3 plus of them laying around but then I do have a good number of them on hand. Before I would even think about putting another one on I would look things over extra good to see where it hangs up and causes it to bend. I have snapped those rod in to because of not having the correct cylinder or poor engineering

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ARCO petee

10-27-2012 14:42:05

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 Re: Whining spool valve. in reply to old, 10-27-2012 12:59:46  
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It was whining when I got the tractor I know the PO was digging ditches in sandy loam with the 6 foot snow bucket on. I'm hopeful the extra forces in pushing that huge amount o soil did the rod in. I've already checked to be sure neither the rod or case make contact with the loader frame beyond that I'm not sure what besides abuse would bend the rod. Open to hints.

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10-27-2012 17:12:52

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 Re: Whining spool valve. in reply to ARCO petee, 10-27-2012 14:42:05  
As long as the cylinder misses any part of the bucket loader etc and does not bind at any of the pivot points then yes could have been caused by doing things the wrong way

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