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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: Hydraulic levers Oliver 1600

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rrlund

02-26-2020 16:47:31




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They were for HydraLectric cylinders that started with the 66,77 and 88s. There was a cord that went to the cylinder. The cylinders had magnets and stops in them. You would hold a button,get the cylinder to the position where you wanted it to stop for a certain depth with the implement,then you'd let off the button and from then on,every time you lowered the implement,the cylinder would stop at the same depth.

My 1550 and 1850 still have the cords wrapped up and hung on the tractor. My 1600 have been cut off.

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Mike(NEOhio)

02-26-2020 17:06:13




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 Re: Hydraulic levers Oliver 1600 in reply to rrlund, 02-26-2020 16:47:31  
I've studied the schematic and from what I can tell when you put the lever in either position the internal solenoids hold it till it hits the stop then releases to neutral. You don't have to hold the lever. Is that correct, Randy? I went through the hydraulic in my 1550 and took out everything to do with hydralectric. Saved the parts though.



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J. Schwiebert

02-26-2020 18:10:58




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 Re: Hydraulic levers Oliver 1600 in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 02-26-2020 17:06:13  
Mike that is not correct. There are 2 micro switches in the cylinder. More details later.



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