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1070 hydraulic ??

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herk

09-14-2020 15:49:17




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Hello I have ?? about my 1070 hydraulics they have slowed down . the pressure at high idle is about 1800 warm and over 2000 cold. I put in new filters, cut the main one open a few metal flacks in maybe 100 flacks total visible, it drives fine in lower gears , doesn't grab 2nd and 3rd very fast in 4th , it raises the haybine slower then it should , now that has been said, I think it is the pump ?? if so where is a good place to buy one, the prices are all over the place and are after market any good ,or could it be something else , if i put on a new pump should I flush the system some how. Thanks Bryan

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1370rod

09-14-2020 18:49:07




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to herk, 09-14-2020 15:49:17  
Try raising the haybine in all the different power shift positions, then reverse and then with the clutch pedal pushed down all the way. Have the tractor idling and see if it raises better or worse in one of those positions. Ideally it will raise about the same in them all, if there is a very noticeably difference in one or more, this would indicate a leak in the power shift and your pump might be ok.

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herk

09-15-2020 17:45:54




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to 1370rod, 09-14-2020 18:49:07  
hello it also gets slow with clutch pressed down.



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herk

09-15-2020 14:53:19




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to 1370rod, 09-14-2020 18:49:07  
as you said I tied to raise and lower in each gear 2nd and 3rd in powershift raised slow, 1 st and reverse and neutral were fine , now for the million dollar ? how do you fix ?? and can I still use it for bailing small squares , no hydraulics needed, till i get it fixed ?? Thanks Bryan you have help me in the past also.



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1370rod

09-15-2020 18:17:30




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to herk, 09-15-2020 14:53:19  
With slow lifting in 2 and 3 indicate a leak in C-3 circuit because it is used in those shifts and no other. To repair it requires splitting the tractor and removing the power shift. You would at that time reseal all pistons and inspect all the parts. With a complete repair your hydraulics will operate normally again. Rod.



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herk

09-16-2020 03:27:30




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to 1370rod, 09-15-2020 18:17:30  
can I use the tractor in low range, this is my main tractor, I have all my silage to chop and still have hay to bale.



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1370rod

09-18-2020 05:39:03




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to herk, 09-16-2020 03:27:30  
Sure can.



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John Saeli

09-14-2020 18:03:57




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 Re: 1070 hydraulic ?? in reply to herk, 09-14-2020 15:49:17  
I don't think those pressures are bad. You might consider a larger diameter cyl.



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