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Long 2360 w/ farm all b/hoe

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David McNair

04-28-2014 09:51:03

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I have to bungy my automatic control lever to get my back hoe to work. I am not tractor savey. I just got the back hoe and need to know where to start looking to solve my problems. Hydraulic fluid is good , no leaks. love my tractor and do not want to tear it up .. Help please

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04-30-2014 07:01:06

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 Re: Long 2360 w/ farm all b/hoe in reply to David McNair, 04-28-2014 09:51:03  
This is a common practice. Another alternative is to install a slip on PTO hyd pump and a separate reservour. This would be plumbed into the backhoe hydraulics and would be removed from the tractor along with the backhoe. This could be expensive but it would be WAY faster.

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04-29-2014 15:26:44

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 Re: Long 2360 w/ farm all b/hoe in reply to David McNair, 04-28-2014 09:51:03  
David, Need more info to help much. Picture would be a start.

Farmall Backhoe ? New to me and I cut my teeth on IH.

DOES NOT SEEM UNUSUAL TO OPEN HYD VALVE AND "BUNGY" IT TO FEED HYDRAULIC POWER TO BACKHOE. To avoid that some tractors have a hyd. "power beyond" port to feed an attachment.
Not familiar with LONG 2360. Does it look like a FORD and if so which Ford model ?

Stay with us and give us some more info and there are real knowledgeable guys on here that can help

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