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Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen???

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CASEPOWER

05-14-2003 17:39:35




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I have a manual that covers the 3 cyl. 2000, but I assume the early 2000 has a different suction set up. I have the lift off and have even pulled the PTO out and still can't find a thing. The plate on the bottom didn't have one. I am begining to wonder if it got trashed by a former owner. There is a lot of gunk in the bottom of the houseing to clean out yet. Am I just not seeing it?? HELP!!!!????

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WiscTom

05-16-2003 16:28:58




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 Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to CASEPOWER, 05-14-2003 17:39:35  
If they are anywhere its down there in that gunk. On my 3000 dsl, the filter screens were all but hidden by the glark. On that machine anyway, they can be seen at the bottom end of the two hyd tubes via the access door on the side. Your 2000 might be different. Also, it appears there is no way to service them propely without removing the lift cover on top. Which seems like a fairly involved proposition. Good luck

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ZANE

05-15-2003 18:57:56




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 Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to CASEPOWER, 05-14-2003 17:39:35  
No filter and no screen. Just sediment in the bottm of the housing!

Zane



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Tom

05-15-2003 03:30:28




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 Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to CASEPOWER, 05-14-2003 17:39:35  
Sounds like you are trying to get by with an IT Manual. Get the real Repair Manaul and the Parts Manaul from your dealer and your problems will be over.



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CASEPOWER

05-15-2003 05:25:54




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 Re: Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to Tom, 05-15-2003 03:30:28  
I have a very good manual it just don't cover the pre 1965 and I am not investing the money to buy one for a tractor that won't be here another 2 or 3 days. Every question I have ever ask about a Ford I have had the same responce "buy a manual" If I wanted to buy a manual I wouldn't have ask the question to start with.



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Tight Wad

05-15-2003 10:11:18




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 Re: Re: Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to CASEPOWER, 05-15-2003 05:25:54  
It is very hard to help a natural born tight wad.



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Sam MI

05-14-2003 17:52:07




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 Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to CASEPOWER, 05-14-2003 17:39:35  
By Your description you must be on a early 2000. I.E. 4 cylinder engine. The manual for the 3 cyl. version wont apply. These pre 65 tractors did not have a filter for the hydraulic system as standard. There was however an optional one offered.



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CASEPOWER

05-14-2003 18:04:53




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 Re: Re: Early Ford 2000 hydraulic suction screen??? in reply to Sam MI, 05-14-2003 17:52:07  
No filter, but does it have a screen anywhere??



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