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D17 Hydrolic update

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Banditfarmer

04-14-2012 06:18:01




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After some time going through the tool boxes I found my hydrolic pressure gauge. With the tractor running at 1500 rpm it gose up to 2000 psi when it tops off then starts falling down to a 1175 psi and holds. The add on 3pt will hold all day in the up position with a 6ft bushhog hanging on it. The transprot valve looks like it has been off the tractor at some point or may have been changed out, I just dont know. By the serial# 43xxx its a series 3 (early) and dose not have a hydrolic filter on it, So I think it has the series 2 hydrolics on it. Dose anybody have any ideas of whats going on with this D17 not wanting to raise the cultamulcher? The cylinder is a 3 inch AC one way ram, It has no problem picking up a IH 370 12ft disc. Bandit

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JMS/.MN

04-14-2012 10:29:15




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 Re: D17 Hydrolic update in reply to Banditfarmer, 04-14-2012 06:18:01  
You should develop over 3000 psi with that system.



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DiyDave

04-14-2012 06:48:47




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 Re: D17 Hydrolic update in reply to Banditfarmer, 04-14-2012 06:18:01  
Anything binding in the cultimulcher?



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Banditfarmer

04-14-2012 16:16:12




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 Re: D17 Hydrolic update in reply to DiyDave, 04-14-2012 06:48:47  
There is nothing binding, It is greased up good. My Oliver 1550 Long 900 and my 63 Case 930 picks it up good, But not the D17. It may be just too heavy for it, I dont normaly use it for field work. Most of the time it on the bush hog or raking or baling hay or pulling wagons. Its a good tractor but I guess I found its limits. Would still like to know what is causing this problem. Bandit



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