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UTB Long 350 Traditional Farmer

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09-11-2019 05:41:06

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I have a Long 350 which has been a great tractor to rake with. Awhile back it started severely to leak hydraulic oil into the crankcase. I assumed it was the front pump seal and I changed that pump. Problem remains and I cannot locate the type of pump that is the back on in the following pictures. It seems like most 350's have two of the same style pumps instead of this layout. Can you provide any guidance. The supply/outlet fittings are different so I don't think I can just switch it over to duplicate pumps.

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Jim in NC

09-11-2019 08:06:30

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 Re: UTB Long 350 Traditional Farmer in reply to FarrviewSouth, 09-11-2019 05:41:06  
TF is right, two different pumps. I have two Longs set up the same way. Front one is hydraulic pump. Rear one is power steering pump.

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09-11-2019 06:39:35

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 Re: UTB Long 350 Traditional Farmer in reply to FarrviewSouth, 09-11-2019 05:41:06  
Wow, once again the people on this site are so willing to assist

Thanks for the information and I will let you know how I make out


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Traditional Farmer

09-11-2019 06:11:09

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 Re: UTB Long 350 Traditional Farmer in reply to FarrviewSouth, 09-11-2019 05:41:06  
One is the power steering pump and one is the hydraulic pump they are not the same.Go to the Import Tractor website they have the pump situation on Fiat tractors explained very good as to which is which,rotation,etc.You can also call and talk to them they have been very helpful to me a couple times.

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09-11-2019 06:01:38

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 Re: UTB Long 350 Traditional Farmer in reply to FarrviewSouth, 09-11-2019 05:41:06  
You will have to convert that pump over to the original style. The pump you have on there is an American built Warner pump that is no longer available. You could try putting a new seal in but most likely the bearing and shaft are worn to the point that that will not work.

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09-11-2019 05:57:49

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 Re: UTB Long 350 Traditional Farmer in reply to FarrviewSouth, 09-11-2019 05:41:06  


Those were the pumps that were fitted to my UTB 445DT & are listed for the Long tractors as well (made by UTB in Romania on licence from FIAT).

They were also sold in USA as Allis Chalmers & Olivers so it may be worth a look for those too. At heart they are all FIAT 4 series IIRC

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