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#1 fort apache OFFLINE  

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Posted January 21, 2012 - 03:30 AM

I went and done it. Took something apart and forgot how to put it back together.

Can someone tell me which line goes to the front and and which to the rear of the cylinder? Mines a 1967, with the pump that is mounted to the side of the engine.

Also, do I need to bleed the lines or anything, or should I just fill the pump and start the engine?

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Posted January 21, 2012 - 05:06 AM

Joe,don't feel bad,everyone has done that at one time or another.

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Posted January 21, 2012 - 06:15 AM

Joe, about all I can say is hook it up. If it works backwards, swap the hoses around. You will have to work it a few times to purge the air out of the system. Don't know if you lost much fluid when you took it apart, but I would check the level just to be safe. Hope it's fairly easy to get to.

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Posted January 21, 2012 - 08:43 AM

I did that over the summer with my 75. If it wasn't for the hoses being bent from staying in the same position I wouldn't of figured it out by myself. Ill see if I have a diagram that will help.

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Posted January 21, 2012 - 09:28 AM

Joe , does yours look like this ? If so you should fill it 2/3 full run it and like the others have said , if the hoses are backwards it will just lift the wrong way using the lever and just switch them back to normal . It should purge the air moving the cylinder back and forth a few times . You might have to wait for the air bubbles to settle out to get the correct 2/3 level , Al
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Posted January 21, 2012 - 03:05 PM

I dont have any manuals or diagrams and I couldn't find anything in the manual section but from the pics I have it kinda looks like the outside hose goes to the back of the cylinder. Just put them on anyway and try it like others said 50/50 shot, if its wrong its no big deal.
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Posted January 21, 2012 - 07:27 PM

Its the very same one Alc.

Looks simple enough. I've never in my life took off a hydraulic line from a pump, except for brakes and clutches. I just wanted to make sure it wouldn't explode or something. I'll be on it first thing in the morning. Thank you fellas.

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Posted January 21, 2012 - 07:34 PM

Anytime you remove a hydraulic line you just need to make sure there isn't any pressure in it , most times by operating the control valve without the pump running . An example would be if you had the lift raised , one of thee lines between the cylinder and the valve would be holding it up and if you disconnected it you might a bath or worse get pinched by the lowering cylinder and linkage , Al
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Posted January 27, 2012 - 11:40 PM

can any of these tractors run a fel. could mine run one if i found everything i needed. is it just a hydro pump attached to the side of the tractor.

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Posted January 28, 2012 - 09:02 AM

Well technically, any of these tractors could have a fel. I don't think that little pump would be strong enough though. Some did halve a fel attachment on them, I believe the ones with loaders had larger pumps.




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