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B Hydraulics

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Joe Westrich

11-17-2002 07:48:06

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How do you properly bleed the hydraulics on a model B?
The ram moves very slowly w/o load and not at all
with load. Pump is a rebuilt. Cams etc are all
in good shape. Worked fine until I removed ram and reinstalled. Filled ram and hose the best I
could before installing. Tried loosening seal nut
while under pressure but perhaps did not do it properly. Does pump have to be primed? If so how?

Appreciate any suggestions.

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11-17-2002 16:50:57

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 Re: B Hydraulics in reply to Joe Westrich, 11-17-2002 07:48:06  
I had the same trouble when i rebuilt. The hose stickes out the side of the pump/valve. I believe there is a 1/4 inch pipe plug above the hose pointing straight up. I took out the plug and put the tip of an oil can in it an pumped it up. I screwed the plug in snug and took the hose off the cylinder and put it in a bucket. Started tractor and bumped the hydraulic lever several times. Had to remove the plug and fill the line a second time. When the oil flows good out the hose, put it back on the cylinder and run in and out a few times. Dont worry about getting too much out out the hose. This is a low volume pump, at low engine speed it dont put out much.

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