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Re: 1250 hydraulics

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dick benson

03-17-2014 16:18:36

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I did remove the screen on the hydrauloics and washed it. M y screen is just under the left side of the seat. I was told some models used the tranny/rear end for a reservor. My reservore is small, self contained sits on top of the rear housing. An extra small tank was added to increase storage for the loader needs. I don't mind the slow part but if I stand on the arms it will not lift my weight?

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03-17-2014 18:03:32

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 Re: 1250 hydraulics in reply to dick benson, 03-17-2014 16:18:36  
Are you sure about that reservoir being on top under the seat? It should be in the entire trans and rear end. You fill it with that plug just ahead of and to the left of the shift that shows in your picture. If that's not it,I'm lost.

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dick benson

03-17-2014 18:58:44

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 Re: 1250 hydraulics in reply to rrlund, 03-17-2014 18:03:32  
On my 1250 as J.W. said the tranny is not the reservoir. The reservoir is right under the seat. I think it calls for 3 1/2 quarts of ATF oil in the book. The book also says if you are using a loader it is recomended to add an auxilliary hydraulic tank.

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J. W. Schwiebert

03-17-2014 18:24:16

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 Re: 1250 hydraulics in reply to rrlund, 03-17-2014 18:03:32  
Not on a 1250. It is like he said.

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03-18-2014 06:49:57

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 Re: 1250 hydraulics in reply to J. W. Schwiebert, 03-17-2014 18:24:16  
I'm with mab570 on this one then. I'm out.

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