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Ford 9700 hydraulic pump

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Morgan Flowers

04-04-2012 11:24:20




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I am looking at a Ford 9700 with a bad hydraulic pump. I haven't looked at it so I don't even know where the pump is located. How big of a job is this? Thanks in advance for the information.
Morgan




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mark in boonville ny

04-04-2012 17:58:55




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 Re: Ford 9700 hydraulic pump in reply to Morgan Flowers, 04-04-2012 11:24:20  
there great. thanks. ive always wanted a 9700 myself since i started farming and got one at auction about 4 yrs ago for about 5500. needed a lot of work and i did most sofar but i still use it on some things when im down a tractor. they are some pretty good beefy tractors.



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Morgan Flowers

04-04-2012 15:14:36




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 Re: Ford 9700 hydraulic pump in reply to Brian in MA, 04-04-2012 11:24:20  
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Wow it is a small world! Thanks for the info on the tractor. I hope to get it. I am a ford man but I have always liked green tractors. I'd like to add a blue one to the mix. I hope your mirrors worked well for you. Thanks again, Morgan.



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mark in boonville ny

04-04-2012 13:45:28




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 Re: Ford 9700 hydraulic pump in reply to Morgan Flowers, 04-04-2012 11:24:20  
hi i was wondering if this was the same morgan that has the truck parts to. if so i bought a set of mirrors from you a while back. well back to your question. its not too bad i just did mine last summer. theres a cover behind the wheel on the right side. its got a bunch of hoses above it for all the hyds. if you have a good way to suport it it is a lot eiser if you took the wheel off and then you have a lot of space to work. i was just worried about it falling on me. so theres that cover there you unbolt all the lines running to if there was any cant rember take all the bolts off on the outside of the plate and there is a gear and the pump is bolted right to that cover. once you get that out you switch the pump and put it together the same way you took it apart only you know how it is taking things apart is a lot eaiser then putting together.

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