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1855 hydraulic tank

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06-11-2019 19:22:10

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Replacing the hydraulic pump on a 1855 and wondered how hard it is to access the hydraulic tank to clean it out good. This tractor has the heavy hitch with the external lift cylinders. Hydraulic pump rebuilder said previous pump failed due to metal contamination so want to be sure everything is clean this time.

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06-12-2019 13:08:31

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 Re: 1855 hydraulic tank in reply to dep, 06-11-2019 19:22:10  

Hydraulic reservoir/tank is the whole top cast iron part from the main transmission housing on up. Kind of a process to get it off. However, you may be able to see how dirty it is by removing just the top cover off, where the operator's seat would attach. If it has a cab, it's going to be quite the chore.

The video above is of a Category II 3-point on an 1855 with the fenders off. Category III will be a little different but not by much.

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06-11-2019 20:19:24

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 Re: 1855 hydraulic tank in reply to dep, 06-11-2019 19:22:10  
With or without a cab? What micron filter are you using? Which charge pump?

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