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brian stanek

10-09-2017 19:15:33




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I recently purchased a bachoe and don't know what brand it is, it almost looks like ford under the old paint. it attaches to a tractor with 2 inch shaft up and down on hoe part. then it was on a ford tractor with big arms with a u cut out to hold the shaft. does anyone know what model and if it it is a ford,reason im asking I need a valve body for it, valve body is made by Hydreco. thank=you




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Shaun Wallace

10-12-2017 08:51:37




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
I am in Abilene Tx area.



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jaluhn

10-11-2017 19:38:44




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
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Shaun, where are you located?



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Shaun Wallace

10-11-2017 19:36:03




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
I have a 755 backhoe attachment that am parting out.



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brian stanek

10-11-2017 18:16:04




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
yews I think your rite I have done quite a bit of leg work with no luck.not saying there isn't a valve out there but where. too much else rite now to deal with it but will likely just put another settuo on it.



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jaluhn

10-10-2017 20:53:19




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
Probably next best thing to impossible to find an original valve, but hydraulics are fairly universal (generalizing) and it's not too hard to cobble on a valve off something else. I've got a 555B (IIRC) valve on my 723 after the original suffered a cracked body. Doesn't fit the stock brackets and had to adapt the fittings and controls some, but it's not that hard overall.
Another good thing to know of those hoes - the stock hoses use a flange O-ring seal (similar to how some auto power steering hoses seal) for all the hoses from valve to cylinders which is impossible to find anywhere. One company makes adapters from that to a JIC male, but they're pricey - $15+/ea IIRC. A much cheaper approach is to get JIB-10 bulkhead fittings and an O-ring (don't recall size offhand, OD of about 7/8" and ID about 5/8")

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brian stanek

10-10-2017 17:11:31




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
so for some reason this valve body has 3 broken spools, I assume they had water and froze or simply just broke. the body seems ok but with that much damage almost need another valve unless I could source spools. thanks



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Andy Wickiser

10-10-2017 17:51:33




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-10-2017 17:11:31  
Even back in the day the spools were not "serviced separately" due to the matched/precision fit. Below is a page from the service manual.

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ptfarmer

10-10-2017 09:06:29




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
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My 1971 Ford 4500 with 755 series BH
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brian stanek

10-10-2017 09:05:50




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
thanks very much that explains a lot. my boom cyl is enclosed in boom so must be a earlier model. any ides where the tag is located I have not seen one? I suppose it is impossible to get parts for the hydrecdo control valve, any ideas.



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Andy Wickiser

10-10-2017 09:21:21




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-10-2017 09:05:50  
Well ... it depends what parts you need. For a reseal job (which is all mine needed) O-rings, quad rings, and wiper seals were available as common parts from an industrial seals/packings supplier.



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Sean in PA

10-10-2017 05:42:16




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
According to the parts site, 19-551 is listed as "BACKHOE, BASIC 15" 755 SERIES (1/69-12/80)"



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Andy Wickiser

10-10-2017 05:28:55




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
The Ford backhoes that attach that way are the 713 and 723 series - late fifties to mid sixties, and the 750, 753, and 755 from mid sixties to early-mid seventies. The 713/723 have the boom cylinder enclosed in the boom, and the 750, 753, and 755 have the boom cylinder external to the boom. My 713 backhoe has a hydreco control valve as shown below from the parts manual.
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ptfarmer

10-09-2017 23:09:32




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
It should have a tag on it something like this.
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Bern

10-09-2017 21:34:37




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 Re: backhoe in reply to brian stanek, 10-09-2017 19:15:33  
Me thinks a picture of some sort would be really handy about right now.



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