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1066 hyd coupler

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Youngin

04-23-2018 19:00:40




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I may have forced the lever down on the adapter for my quick coupler, a cold day this winter, now it won't work. One side works, the other side is fine. If I change to the pioneer style will I have everything to fix my problem?
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urbancase

04-24-2018 00:28:44




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 Re: 1066 hyd coupler in reply to Youngin, 04-23-2018 19:00:40  
do the iso conversion kits and fix your problem like the other said, I bought 3 of the kits at my case dealer for 204.00 each for my 1586, but now I have the numbers of the kits and need 5 more kits for the other 2 tractors ,will give to my local parts guy should so should be a lot cheaper. if you need the numbers or pic of kit let me know will send a pic.



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ihtimmy

04-25-2018 14:18:23




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 Re: 1066 hyd coupler in reply to urbancase, 04-24-2018 00:28:44  
$129At Sloan express



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ihtimmy

04-23-2018 19:40:00




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 Re: 1066 hyd coupler in reply to Youngin, 04-23-2018 19:00:40  
Just by the conversion kit and do away with that I found the day from $125 $325 same kit as I know at the dealership they are pretty expensive just put in ISO conversion couple hours for I H tractors



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caterpillar guy

04-23-2018 19:06:58




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 Re: 1066 hyd coupler in reply to Youngin, 04-23-2018 19:00:40  
Are we talking about the larger IH coupler with the lever shut off? If so unless you do the conversion in the coupler body for a couple or three hundred dollars you will still not be working. If you war talking about going to the smaller style. Now it sounds like you either twisted your deal in the coupler ot broke one side of it off to not work. Not much else to happen If you were using a wrench/ pry or some other method to try turning it while froze.

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Youngin

04-24-2018 04:20:22




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 Re: 1066 hyd coupler in reply to caterpillar guy, 04-23-2018 19:06:58  
I am not sure what is ment by the larger style. I don't think that is what I have. But it does have a little rod on the inside to lock them on and off. I will try to get a picture. Thanks.



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wicksfield

04-25-2018 05:15:33




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 Re: 1066 hyd coupler in reply to Youngin, 04-24-2018 04:20:22  
To clarify, the lever on the side of the housing does not lock the couplers. The couplers will still pull out in the event the implement detaches. The lever in vertical position allows the attachment of pressurized hoses with ease. Once the hoses are coupled, move the lever to the horizontal position for oil flow. Likewise, move the lever to the vertical position prior to de-coupling.



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