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3020 hyd. pump

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lee little

06-07-2014 11:42:35

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It looks like I am going to have to break down and pull the hyd. pump on my 3020 because of a major leak. My shop manual says to pull the front end and go from the bottom. I have been told that the fuel tank can be pulled and work from the top.What are your thoughts/opinions/experiences on this? Thanks for any help on this, the knowledge on this board always amazes me. Thanks Lee

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06-08-2014 06:33:29

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 Re: 3020 hyd. pump in reply to lee little, 06-07-2014 11:42:35  
The 3020 used the 2000 series pump in either the 40cm/2.4cu" or 50cm/3.0cu" sized. There is a bolt in swap to the 65cm/4cu" 2000 series pump optional in the 4000,4020,4320,4520,4620,4230,4430,4630,4040,4240,4440,4640 etc

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lee little

06-08-2014 07:15:06

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 Re: 3020 hyd. pump in reply to buickanddeere, 06-08-2014 06:33:29  
Thanks for the info! Lee

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Tim S

06-07-2014 12:56:23

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 Re: 3020 hyd. pump in reply to lee little, 06-07-2014 11:42:35  
Take it out the bottom, remove all the lines including the one on top, take the frame loose at the engine and with a little help and a 4ft 2X4 let it down out..

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David G

06-07-2014 11:51:05

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 Re: 3020 hyd. pump in reply to lee little, 06-07-2014 11:42:35  
I believe the best solution is from the bottom.

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lee little

06-07-2014 16:31:03

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 Re: 3020 hyd. pump in reply to David G, 06-07-2014 11:51:05  
Thanks guys I appreciate the help. I guess out the bottom it will go as soon as time and space allow. Lee

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