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Massey 180 hydrolics

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Sterling mull

04-15-2012 19:06:13
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I have a masey furgison 180 that has very slow hydraulics that slightly bounces the tractor when they are engaged. Could it just be low fluid or do I need. A new pump? Or something else?




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Jo Bird

04-24-2012 13:34:27
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 Re: Massey 180 hydrolics in reply to Sterling mull, 04-15-2012 19:06:13  
I have a 180 with similar problems.Your massey has a couple of filters. One in front of the radiator and one on the pump under the 3 point lift arms, in the rear case. The one up front is connected to the multi-power pump, mine was plugged, starving the pump of oil, replacing it made the multi-power function properly. My local massey dealer says the one in the rear case can only be reached after removing the 3 point lift arms. My 3 point arms shutter when lifting, so I will be checking it soon as I can get a service manual. Their seems to be certain bolts that hold internal piping in place which can be damaged if not removed before trying to lift the cover off. I'd hold off on replacing the pumps until after you replace the filters and oil..then test the hdy system with a pressure gauge. I'm not saying new filters will fix the problems, but their a lot cheaper than new pumps and you can not accurately test the pressure with clogged filters. Hope this helps.. let us know what you find.

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J.Wondergem

04-16-2012 17:54:19
166.249.110.196



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 Re: Massey 180 hydrolics in reply to John T, 04-15-2012 19:06:13  

Check the oil level as per you manual, and if that don't do it hook a pressure gauge to it and see if it's at the specs you book tells.



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