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Tractornutjd

04-07-2020 17:43:16




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I found this 1070 power shift that maybe for sale it has 23.1-30 inch rear tires on it and appears to be a demonstrator. Never seen one with 30 inch rear tires owner states that hydraulic pump went out of it in the back and caused it not to move any thoughts on this

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nedd

04-07-2020 20:39:35




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 Re: 1070 in reply to Tractornutjd, 04-07-2020 17:43:16  
Could be pump but never had it like that. Usually when pump gets weak you lose steering or external hydraulics. No movement has me thinking itís a different issue then the rear pump. But itís been a while since I got into my 1070 besides the PTO.

If you get it bought try to get her going. Nice to keep demonstrators alive. Iím never lucky enough to be at the right place to get one like that



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olgentdc

04-08-2020 07:45:11




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 Re: 1070 in reply to nedd, 04-07-2020 20:39:35  
If it wont move the problem is under the floor plate ,Research before You buy , They are fixable by the right mechanics . and Should not cost thousands to fix . unlesss you have steel fragments polluting the tranny .Then Run Away Far . My 1070 has rear tires like that ,



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