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1949 Super A Hydraulic Issue

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03-15-2020 07:51:25

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Hey All,

Picked up a 49 Super A and I do have a few issues with it. One of them being when using the hydraulics to pick the deck up and down, once the deck stops moving the Hydraulics start jumping. The deck doesnt stay steady. I drained the fluid out of the system and refilled it and it still did the same. Thinking it has something to do with the Hydraulic touch control, and that im going to have to rebuild the touch control.

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03-16-2020 18:45:51

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 Re: 1949 Super A Hydraulic Issue in reply to phelpsrunner, 03-15-2020 07:51:25  
Internal cylinder leakage is a suspect. If you shut off the tractor with the deck raised, does the deck lower to the ground? If it does visibly, and not over night, I suspect the cylinder bypassing oil. Jim

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03-16-2020 06:16:09

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 Re: 1949 Super A Hydraulic Issue in reply to phelpsrunner, 03-15-2020 07:51:25  
The touch control service manual GSS-1024 is available online if you're interested.

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Adrian Billheimer

03-15-2020 16:31:44

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 Re: 1949 Super A Hydraulic Issue in reply to phelpsrunner, 03-15-2020 07:51:25  
I would drain the hydraulic unit and check the brass mesh filter mounted in the left side first.

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03-15-2020 14:56:39

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 Re: 1949 Super A Hydraulic Issue in reply to phelpsrunner, 03-15-2020 07:51:25  
We had a 130 that had a similar issue that would go away when it warmed up and we ran the engine up. Have you tried running the engine up to see if it goes away? If there aren't any leaks it might be time to go through the pump.

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