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190xt gas hydraulic prob ?

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Darren Z

05-14-2013 20:29:54

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Hello I just got another 190xt this one is a gas serial number 6064 after getting it home I got the motor running changed all fluids stated it but to get it to steer have to rev engine way up high side of director you can slip if u push brakes hard does the pump effect all this ?

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Darren Z

05-16-2013 20:02:15

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 Re: 190xt gas hydraulic prob ? in reply to Darren Z, 05-14-2013 20:29:54  
Thanks for the info . This is a great site for more input and help than what you can get trying to call around

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05-16-2013 19:25:04

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 Re: 190xt gas hydraulic prob ? in reply to Darren Z, 05-14-2013 20:29:54  
Yes everything works on hyd pressure and dont slip the PD much it will be ruined,, theres a valve that needs to be cleaned and then the pressure checked, - a gas 190 will be fine with the small axles and rear end, they never touched them, you may go to Unoffical Allis. Com alot of good answers over there

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05-16-2013 06:03:49

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 Re: 190xt gas hydraulic prob ? in reply to Darren Z, 05-14-2013 20:29:54  
Early 190's also had the wrong dipstick in the motor, dad bought 1 at a sale. They didn't have enough oil in the motor, cost dad a motor. They were supposed to get replaced by the dealer, as you said some got forgotten.

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Darren Z

05-14-2013 20:33:27

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 Re: 190xt gas hydraulic prob ? in reply to Darren Z, 05-14-2013 20:29:54  
This tractor also has small axles did they do updates to the gas xt tractors my other is a 190xt diesel serial number 1750 and it has big axles just a ?

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05-14-2013 22:15:45

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 Re: 190xt gas hydraulic prob ? in reply to Darren Z, 05-14-2013 20:33:27  
There were 3 series of the 190XT. ReaR ENDS WERE THE MAIN PROBLEM. fACTORY HAD UPDATES, some dealers did them, some not.....then you had to pay for them. Locally, FRIH, if you were a dealer bud, it got fixed. Some got forgotten.

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