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Allis I-60 / D-15 hydraulics

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gearheadNJ

07-21-2012 06:47:08




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Hello,

I just finished replacing the ring & pinion and reassembling my I-60 backhoe. What a job that was. I have a question about the oiling. I refilled the hydraulic oil using the filler/dipstick at the left hand side of the gauge panel (opposite the gear shift). No problem there. I have another breather / dipstick at the right hand side behind the gauge panel (closer to the engine). This had no oil level and the dipstick reads "full only if no hydraulic system" I did not drain this system when removing the transmission - so can I presume that the hydraulic fluid will be pumped there from the main reservoir? I have the shop manual, but there is no capacity / filling information at all. The dipstick did have clear-ish oil remnant on the stick, so it had oil in it prior to disassembly. This reservoir appears to be a return for the power steering, so I"m thinking that once the power steering pump is turning, it will fill it. Any one have any experience here? I know the I-60 is kinda scarce....

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Diydave

07-21-2012 16:21:38




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 Re: Allis I-60 / D-15 hydraulics in reply to gearheadNJ, 07-21-2012 06:47:08  
I know on an Ag tractor, there is a hyd pump, in that compartment, that would be the main pump for the tractor hydraulics, but am unsure, on a I-60. I would fill up the compartment, and leave the dipstick out. If it's too full, on the initial start up, it will belch a little fluid out, but shouldn't hurt anything. Running the pump dry, however, can cause large $ problems, as it runs off of a lobed camshaft, and is a roller piston pump.

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gearheadNJ

07-21-2012 18:34:11




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 Re: Allis I-60 / D-15 hydraulics in reply to Diydave, 07-21-2012 16:21:38  
I agree. Better to over-lube than none at all.....



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