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Ford 5610 Hyd Pump

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06-29-2020 19:45:32

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I have a 5610 Ford that I use to cut hay. The Hydraulic lump makes a significant whining noise while cutting. It gets quieter when I use one of the hyd remotes. It doesnít have the engine mounted pump and It isnít as noticeable at an idle. Iíve only had the tractor a little over a year and it has always done it, but has seemed to get worse. Iíve always thought the hydraulics were a little weak, but not terrible. It may be time for a pump, but wasnít sure if the problem could be elsewhere like the priority valve or if this was just the nature of the beast. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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06-30-2020 06:49:17

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 Re: Ford 5610 Hyd Pump in reply to farmman2600, 06-29-2020 19:45:32  
Sound could be anything from normal to a deadheaded valve. Its a closed center system with the main control/priority valve under the seat so yes,,, there is noise from the "relieved" hydraulic fluid at that location. Both pumps go to a load sharing valve there as well, so its pretty busy in controlling the flow paths and returning fluid to the sump. SO "singing"...it somewhat normal. Cab models help quiet this by the rubber floor mats. The all purpose straddle tractors, not so much. Had one operator hang their water jug on a hydraulic lever while working all day and wondering why it made loud noises, and the tranny was burning/scalding his leg...

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