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Now need help on 300 hydrualic

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06-23-2022 11:19:24

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This tractor has 2 valves and the outside lever, which controls the hitch, has a LOT of back and forth slop in it. I have checked it and the play is above the control lever shaft up towards the linkage and lever that connects to the hydraulic valve. My first question does anyone have a picture of the valves and those linkages? You cannot see in there without taking the dash back away from the rest of the center section. So I want to see what that looks like since I can't remember what it all looks like. Next does anyone have a good lever that goes on the valve? The number is 361650R1. Again I don't remember what it looked like and where the wear can be. All I know it is a REAL pain to take the valves loose, slide them apart and then replace the lever or whatever needs to be done. Back in 2000 and 2001 I had those valves loose or out of there several times to fix leaks and to finally overhaul them to replace the broken garter springs. It was something I did NOT enjoy!! Even back in the shop days it was a pain!!! I think I might have another broken garter spring again on the inner control handle valve. It has a catch in it every so often and at that time it is hard to push.

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06-23-2022 13:13:50

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 Re: Now need help on 300 hydrualic in reply to 300guy, 06-23-2022 11:19:24  
This may help. The pain can be tremendous. Jim

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06-23-2022 19:35:32

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 Re: Now need help on 300 hydrualic in reply to Janicholson, 06-23-2022 13:13:50  
Yeah I have that diagram in my parts manual. It took a little time today and I suddenly remembered that the lever that attaches to the valve has very fine spines on it. I don't remember if those spines had a tendency to wear out or what will cause that much play in the linkage. I hope I can fine one of those splined levers with good splines if it is used. As far as I know there are NO new ones anyplace. I want all my parts before I ever tear it down sometime. The lever with all this play is for my loader, so I hope it doesn't break or whatever while I am using the loader and get stuck out in the field someplace.

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06-23-2022 11:40:25

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 Re: Now need help on 300 hydrualic in reply to 300guy, 06-23-2022 11:19:24  
I had to change a garter spring, saw the special tool in the book, and thought "oh surely I can slip that on with a screwdriver, socket, elbow grease..."

Dang, no way! Then I made a cone from a piece of old broom handle and it worked beautifully.

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