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Yet another hydraulic question,,, Again

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07-26-2014 09:49:35

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Ok, took side cover off, drained a bunch fluid and found a large stream coming from rear of pump real close to inspection cover. It appears to be below a square headed plug and I presume this to be the safety valve. When I shut tractor down the fluid kept coming till load sat on ground. Does any one have a picture showing valve still in pump? Maybe sitting on the bench.
At least I know what wrench I get to farmerize :)
All I have been able to find in FO4 and other site's how-to section shows exploded views and Utube shows nothing.
Thanks again, Norm

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07-26-2014 17:12:19

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 Re: Yet another hydraulic question,,, Again in reply to howdy1960, 07-26-2014 09:49:35  
Looks like right side valve chamber gasket is blown out so pump gotta come out. Plan on replacing relief valve while in there as all ways see post suggesting it. Might as well pull top cover and replace piston with NAA piston too as long as cylinder is OK. In for a dime in for a dollar. Now if PTO shaft isn't bent seems like a few hour job.

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07-26-2014 17:18:28

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 Re: Yet another hydraulic question,,, Again in reply to howdy1960, 07-26-2014 17:12:19  
checkt hat pto seal and then.. heck. the 3pt lift pins. they loose?

brakes? ;)

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07-26-2014 18:36:35

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 Re: Yet another hydraulic question,,, Again in reply to soundguy, 07-26-2014 17:18:28  
Hmmmmm! Can I get to the 3pt lift pins while in there?? They do need snugging up. Brakes? This ole girl has brakes?

Until I had to replace radiator this past spring the plan was to do brakes, axle seals and lift top and pump.
Just can no longer tolerate rotory mower dragging across yard and driveway while parking it at an idle. I'm robbing Peter to pay Paul for this repair. Plus I broke my chain first time I used mower this year thus put ZaneThang on.

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07-26-2014 12:42:46

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 Re: Yet another hydraulic question,,, Again in reply to howdy1960, 07-26-2014 09:49:35  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Here is your picrure - stolen from Bruce ;-)

If you have a leak anywhere close to the square head pipe plugs you probably have a blown chamber gasket or a cracked pump.


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07-26-2014 15:19:23

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 Re: Yet another hydraulic question,,, Again in reply to TheOldHokie, 07-26-2014 12:42:46  
Closer inspection required!!
And I'm gonna steal it from you too :D
Thanks TOH

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