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duffieone

03-05-2015 12:53:00




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can anyone tell me how to check the valves in the hyd sys on a ford 600, also can you used hyd fuild in a 1940s 8n




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duffieone

03-08-2015 17:22:57




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
it fix thanks



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duffieone

03-08-2015 11:48:37




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
well here I am again now lift will not go all the way down. have bush hog attach drops 8 inchs short to ground



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JMOR

03-08-2015 12:16:14




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-08-2015 11:48:37  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWhen off, did you adjust any of the linkage inside?



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duffieone

03-06-2015 17:55:58




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
put back in working good now thanks to everyone for there help



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JMOR

03-07-2015 05:52:09




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-06-2015 17:55:58  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSo, you took it apart. changed nothing. put it back together & now it works? Happens with small engine carbs a lot.



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Kurt-NEPA

03-06-2015 16:13:48




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
The plug should be a tight slip fit.



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duffieone

03-06-2015 13:16:00




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
thanks I got plug out inside is moving good is the plug suppost to be loose going back in



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Kurt-NEPA

03-06-2015 12:57:27




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
JMOR has the right approach to remove the unloader valvle plug. But be careful. That bolt is fine thread.



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duffieone

03-06-2015 10:56:22




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
I have top cover off and then took off plated at top end were I think is the control valve it has spring load move in and out good, the bott I think is the unloader valve were you screw in something to take out will not come out need help thanks



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JMOR

03-06-2015 11:55:23




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-06-2015 10:56:22  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSlide hammer puller or get innovative with washers/bolt/etc.

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duffieone

03-05-2015 13:24:10




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
the unloader valve and control valve, it set up for 2 year went to used 3 point would not lift. good flow at pump plug under seat low flow. also can kick r.p.m.s up and will work some, thanks for your help



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old

03-05-2015 14:20:45




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 13:24:10  
You need to install a pressure gauge in that plug and check that you have good pressure. The unloader valve maybe stuck and if it is then yep no 3 point



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soundguy

03-05-2015 13:08:19




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 Re: ford 600 in reply to duffieone, 03-05-2015 12:53:00  
You need to be a little more clear.

Hyd fluid in a 40's 8n. If it had a front pump and loader with self contained Hyds, yes. For the trans/rear/hyds common sump, use a ytf oil meeting m2c134 spec.

As for the hyd valves on an 00 series. Um.. which ones. The external bolt on aux Hyde for scv's or the internal 3pt lift valve in block cyl types? Lots of different valves under the cover in that block, each doing something specific.

Instead of asking a wide open question and making us guess, or type in all possible answers, why not tell us what problem you are having, then we can get right down to it.

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