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Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes

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03-03-2013 18:00:43

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common problem on an Oliver, we've had several, the only one that didn't bother too much was my 1650, either pend a bunch on the system trying to correct the problem, carry a hardwood dowel in the toolbox and smack the ball with the engine off or buy some Pioneer lever couplers, dumbest hydraulic system ever devised

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03-03-2013 18:13:01

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 Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes in reply to dboll, 03-03-2013 18:00:43  
I added 2 sets of the Pioneer lever couplers on the front of a Stoll loader. One set for the 3rd function I use for a root grapple and the other set is for my upside down wood splitter. They work and work every time. Sure helps when you get older and arms aren't as strong as they use to be. Pricey at $158 per set. I call them old man couplers. LOL Keeps a lot of cuss words from being used too.

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03-03-2013 18:11:14

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 Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes in reply to dboll, 03-03-2013 18:00:43  
Also could be to much pressure on the lines. When you plug in a line, just before you stop, hit it in the other direction to relieve pressure.

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Ken Macfarlane

03-03-2013 18:10:40

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 Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes in reply to dboll, 03-03-2013 18:00:43  
Or shut the tractor off and cycle the hydraulics to drop the pressure. I'm assuming the pressure from the load sensing pump is high enough to fight the coupling.

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03-03-2013 18:17:56

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 Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes in reply to Ken Macfarlane, 03-03-2013 18:10:40  
that doesn't work on an Oliver, engine needs to be running to open the valves, Oliver used an interlock valve which needs hydraulic pressure to unseat the ball allow oil to pass, not possible with the engine off

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Ken Macfarlane

03-04-2013 07:16:49

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 Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes in reply to dboll, 03-03-2013 18:17:56  
Oh those are the zero-leak design pilot checks, man-lifts have them too. They are optional on my MF tractor so cylinders won't creep. Yeah I could see where they could be a pain to use every day.

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