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markinmo1

02-14-2020 15:59:00




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Got my 51 Super C started after sitting for a year. I checked the hydraulic oil and it was low or gone so I filled it up and drove it around it runs good and hydraulics worked. Pulled it in the garage for a couple days and started it up again and no hydraulics checked reservoir and it is empty again. Oh no, do you guys have any idea where it went? In the engine oil, or possibly the rear end.

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Ken Hansen

02-16-2020 12:14:37




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 Re: super c question in reply to markinmo1, 02-14-2020 15:59:00  
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Here is some information on the speedi-sleeves:

https://www.skf.com/group/products/industrial-seals/power-transmission-seals/wear-sleeves/skf-speedi-sleeve#cid-475173

Note that there are other companies that also make or sell these things, believe one goes by the name of "Redi-sleeves"

Any good bearing supply house should have or be able to supply them. Can be bit tricky to use the first time but if you decide to use one just ask for advice here first.

I or someone will be glad to give some pointers.

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Janicholson

02-14-2020 16:06:37




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 Re: super c question in reply to markinmo1, 02-14-2020 15:59:00  
I saaume no big puddle under the tractor. It is in the engine oil pan. It got there through the seal on the hydraulic pump below the governor. It may be an Oring, or a lip seal. If an Oring, it is easy to replase the ring, but not if it has a groove where it was rubbing. A speedy sleeve makes the shaft too big to put it together unless the oring groove is machined. If a regular seal, a slightly different depth of seal (see Motion Industries or Kaman Bearing) can place the lip out of the groove. If not, a speedy sleeve will also work. Jim

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markinmo1

02-16-2020 08:42:43




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 Re: super c question in reply to Janicholson, 02-14-2020 16:06:37  
janicholson I took the pump off. and now I replace the 2 o rings and a new gasket? Correct? I guess I can get o rings and gasket at IH dealer. I don't know what a speedy sleeve is



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Janicholson

02-16-2020 13:56:15




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 Re: super c question in reply to markinmo1, 02-16-2020 08:42:43  
Imagine the existing shaft with a very thin metal sleeve (like a steel soda can with no ends, made small enough to slide on with a bit of effort)covering it. the sleeve bridges the groove, making it flat again. Bearing companies have them (like Motion Industries, or Kaman Bearing). Jim



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markinmo1

02-14-2020 17:08:06




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 Re: super c question in reply to Janicholson, 02-14-2020 16:06:37  
No. no leaking at all I'll check it out. Thanks



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khouse6

02-14-2020 16:05:53




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 Re: super c question in reply to markinmo1, 02-14-2020 15:59:00  
engine. probably seal (o ring) around pump shaft.



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markinmo1

02-14-2020 17:06:55




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 Re: super c question in reply to khouse6, 02-14-2020 16:05:53  
Thanks for the info ill check it out



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dewy

02-14-2020 21:53:26




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 Re: super c question in reply to markinmo1, 02-14-2020 17:06:55  
It's in the engine if it ain't on the floor,...,dewy



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