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Tragedy averted

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svcummins

01-13-2021 15:14:56




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Turns out the rockshaft return fitting and the pump supply fittings are the same . Lost the original somewhere . Just dropped the fitting off at the machine shop to bore and tap




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wore out

01-14-2021 06:27:17




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 Re: Tragedy averted in reply to svcummins, 01-13-2021 15:14:56  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Check valve is NOT in transmission pump, it inside transmission case basically inboard and above the area where he is playing with the two fittings.



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David G

01-14-2021 06:33:56




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 Re: Tragedy averted in reply to wore out, 01-14-2021 06:27:17  
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WTW

01-13-2021 16:18:05




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 Re: Tragedy averted in reply to svcummins, 01-13-2021 15:14:56  
Not sure what you are saying or doing?? Just make sure the new check valve that you are adding to elbow fitting is installed in the bottom elbow / location which is the supply line to front pump. Check valve prevents the front cooler / reservoir from draining back when setting.



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svcummins

01-14-2021 00:00:42




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 Re: Tragedy averted in reply to WTW, 01-13-2021 16:18:05  
The check valve in the transmission is not doing itís job because it takes a good two or three or minutes for the pump to pick up oil when you start the tractor . So when someone posted about this check valve in the elbow I thought may as well give it a try . I had the loader return plumbed into the wrong elbow and somehow I lost the original elbow but luckily the rockshaft return elbow is the same as the pump supply elbow


How I originally had the return

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David G

01-14-2021 06:17:37




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 Re: Tragedy averted in reply to svcummins, 01-14-2021 00:00:42  
I thought you changed out the transmission pump, if so should have had new check in it.



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svcummins

01-14-2021 13:31:41




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 Re: Tragedy averted in reply to David G, 01-14-2021 06:17:37  
The check valve and the pump are not one on this



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