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Re: oliver 1850 HELP!!!

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09-22-2013 07:19:19

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Here's the schematics. The first one is the levers. Number 41 is a seal. I can't imagine enough pressure to let that much oil out of that one that quick.

The second one is the cover. 51 and 52 are tubes and O-rings. If memory serves me right there are six of those tubes and 12 O-rings? If one of those blew out and then the oil blew through the gasket,it would likely dump a lot in a hurry.

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09-22-2013 08:43:14

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 Re: oliver 1850 HELP!!! in reply to rrlund, 09-22-2013 07:19:19  
II traced back my route I took to the field. And about 1 mile from field I se where I started leaking oil and every where I pulled over to let cars by there is a small puddle . So I must have lost a seal some where and lost all my hyd oil. Also I noticed I did have 3pt arms all the way up if that makes a difference. The hyd where working fine before I left. Ill go back over the in a while to better asses the situation. Any thoughts on what to look for. Thank you for the help so far.

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09-22-2013 10:36:40

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 Re: oliver 1850 HELP!!! in reply to Hoosierhog, 09-22-2013 08:43:14  
I'm drawing a blank unless an o-ring is blown on one of those tubes. I had my 1850 and 1550 both apart last year and rebuilt the cylinder in the 3 point on both. I changed all of those O-rings and the seal on that shaft in both tractors while I had them apart. There's an o-ring on that shaft too if memory serves me right.

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