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jbeicker

10-04-2013 13:46:28




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In the operators manual it says that to operate a one way cylinder with one hook up you have to get the parts from the case dealer to make it work correctly. I was wondering what this entailed? I hooked up a disc mower and it will raise it but letting it down is not a smooth ordeal and you can tell alot of pressure is on the remote lever. Also I know the thermal seats are bad in the hydraulic valve are bad because i only have power on the left side. Could this be part of the problem?

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Adirondack case guy

10-04-2013 15:17:06




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 Re: 1175 remote cylinder in reply to jbeicker, 10-04-2013 13:46:28  
Just put a male coupling onto a short hose and couple it into the other side, and put the open end of the hose into the fill hole on the back of the tranny. Be sure to wrap a rag around the hose to prevent dirt and dust from entering the system. You can plumb it more perninent and creative if you wish.
Loren



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