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D-14 Allis Chalmers

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09-06-2002 06:15:32

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I have a d-14 with a 3pt hitch I am having problems with the hyd. oil pumping over into the rear axle oil resevoir. Anyone having experience with this can you inform which is my next move. THANKS IN ADVANCE

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Scott (MO)

09-08-2002 20:23:22

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 Re: D-14 Allis Chalmers in reply to ERIC CHAMPAGNE, 09-06-2002 06:15:32  
Eric, Bryan is correct on the problem your having. Anytime the ram cylinder leaks or the hydraulic hose going from the control valve to the ram cylinder leaks , it fills up the rockshaft housing and leaks over into the axle housing. It's been a while since I have been in a D14 , but if I remember right the only thing you need to split or take off the tractor is the rockshaft housing (lift arm housing )on the very back of the tractor. This isn't a big deal (If I remember?).Once it is off , the cylinder and the hose is accesible. Hope this helps. Like I said it's been a few years since I had to do one , so if I'm wrong , maybe one of these other AC guys could help you.


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Bryan Smith

09-06-2002 06:37:12

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 Re: D-14 Allis Chalmers in reply to ERIC CHAMPAGNE, 09-06-2002 06:15:32  
There's a hose that goes from the hydraulic valve through the inside of the tractor to the 3 point hitch cylinder (also located inside the tractor on a D series). Your hose has probably sprung a leak, allowing hydraulic fluid to leak into the rear end area (my D15 does that a little but not enough to repair yet).

I've never done this repair, but I would guess you have to split the tractor to get to it. Lots of time and labor for a little hose. Had one fellow on this list say that now that he's done it once he feels he could do it again - with parts on hand - in one day.

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