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.
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
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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