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1070 new pump no better

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Clifton Allen Ratcliff

01-25-2007 16:17:26

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I just installed a new pump and still have slow response times on remotes & draft arms. It all strarted suddenly so i changed the filters and boy did they need it now it acts no different than with fresh filters that it got yesterday. I tore the pump down noticed that it had some wear on the driven shaft at the inside houseing bushing area and replaced it today.

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kyle boettcher

01-25-2007 17:45:46

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 Re: 1070 new pump no better in reply to Clifton Allen Ratcliff, 01-25-2007 16:17:26  
you have a piece of something in your controls or check your cylinder for a bad cup

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Clifton Allen Ratcliff

01-25-2007 17:51:27

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 Re: 1070 new pump no better in reply to kyle boettcher, 01-25-2007 17:45:46  
thanks guys i'll give that a try can't spend anymore cash on it now, o yeah it dosen't hold its detent anymore probally just got trash you think

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01-25-2007 17:27:04

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 Re: 1070 new pump no better in reply to Clifton Allen Ratcliff, 01-25-2007 16:17:26  
Did the old filters fall apart, or where they completely intact. We had a piece of filter material go through and jam up in the controls. We blew the line out (Reverse direction of oil flow) and got most of it out. Just a thought


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Clifton Allen Ratcliff

01-25-2007 17:44:17

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 Re: 1070 new pump no better in reply to drbunson, 01-25-2007 17:27:04  
filters intact but have noticed some inner hose lining in tips. would that also effect the lift arms. didn't have time today to drain and remove tank to access the spools.

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01-25-2007 19:25:30

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 Re: 1070 new pump no better in reply to Clifton Allen Ratcliff, 01-25-2007 17:44:17  
It is possible to remove the remote valves without taking the fuel tank off. 2 bolts from the front that are a little tricky to get at, and 2 bolts from the back. Pressure line, and the control rods. Make sure you check the pressure release on the remote valve. The detents are probably wore on the ends. A little touch up with the grinder and they will be good as new. Good luck DK

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