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1100 Pto and Hydraulic questions

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04-11-2010 18:57:40

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I went and looked at an 1100 this afternoon. There were a couple of issues with the tractor. The hydraulic pump was leaking out of one of the piston caps. The lift pump seemed to let fuel drain back to the tank. One of the rear rims was rotted around the valve stem. Are any of these issues major?

After running Deere equipment most of my life I do have to say I was pretty impressed with the power and handling of the 1100.

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04-12-2010 03:25:46

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 Re: 1100 Pto and Hydraulic questions in reply to oilburner350, 04-11-2010 18:57:40  
It's showing 5600 hrs on the clock. When I first started it the tractor it ran for a few seconds then died. After pumping the lift pump it took off, so I suspect the lift pump. The part I forgot to add about the PTO is it does no have a shaft. It has a block off plate and looks like it never had a PTO. The controls for the clutches are there, just no shaft.

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Bruce Reimer

04-11-2010 19:49:53

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 Re: 1100 Pto and Hydraulic questions in reply to oilburner350, 04-11-2010 18:57:40  
The lift pump is not a big deal, it's not an uncommon pump, you could even bypass it with an electric if you don't mind a slight modification. Rear wheel you can weld in a new piece of steel or get a better rim. Sounds like you may need a new tube. Hyd pump should only need a seal around the cup, not sure without seeing it what that might be. 1100 was a serious tractor in it's day, spent many hrs. on one. What does it have for hrs. on the clock? Good luck Bruce

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