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Re: Whtie 2-70 with Loader

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11-20-2012 06:44:46

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Bill - there was a post some time ago (could be a couple of years ago) that had pictures and everything. I don't know if there is a way to recover that from archives??
The 2-70 is the same as my 1655. The case under the seat on the left side is the right place for the plumbing. If I remember right, I think there is a port that has to be plugged with a 3/8" (I think) pipe plug. Sounds like you might need to unscrew the hose coming out of the left side of the case under the seat and see whats going on in there.

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11-20-2012 07:19:03

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 Re: Whtie 2-70 with Loader in reply to gleanerguy, 11-20-2012 06:44:46  
That's what I'm thinking. It would be the hose that comes straight forward under the seat. Reach back in there with a small screwdriver or something. If you feel threads back in there,the plug isn't in there. It's a few inches back there,so get in there deep. If it's not there,get a 3/8ths (or maybe it's a 1/4,I forget) plug that uses an allen wrench. Stick it on the end of the wrench and screw it in to the threads.

Don't know if that's gonna be it or not,don't know how it'll act without that plug in there,but that's what I'd check. A tip though,don't ever start the tractor with that plug in there without running a jumper hose back in to the inlet if you take the loader off. There's nowhere for that oil to go with the plug in back there except out the front where your loader hose hooks.

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