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Re: 574 IH HYRAULIC FILL LOCATION

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Diesel Bob

02-24-2002 11:14:29




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Mark it is not a good idea to return the oil back into the tractor through the filler plug as this is well above the fluid level and can lead to airation of the oil and cavitation of the hyd pump which could prove to be expensive there should be a plug under the right hand rear axle housing which is straight back into the transmission below the oil level and is designed for this reason i used to pdi these tractors when new and used to drain the oil remove the plug drill out the centre and braze a hyd fitting into the centre and run a 1/2 inch or3/4 hose up to the back of the hyd housing for the farmer to use as a proper IH recognised return pipe.I live in England and have a 574 HYDRO tractor and know what you mean about the lever if you need anymore help you have my e-mail address

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JWC

02-25-2002 14:55:16




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 Re: Re: 574 IH HYRAULIC FILL LOCATION in reply to Diesel Bob, 02-24-2002 11:14:29  
Bob, I have a 574 we purchased new in 1973 in the U.S.. I have been told that the graymarket 574s which started showing up here in the early 90s had different hydraulic systems from those made for U.S. sales. Do you know if the hydraulic systems are different based on which market the tractor was produced for? I would like to add a second spool to my tractor, and am assuming that the second spool sandwichs between the first spool and the endplate of the valve unit.

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