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Posted September 15, 2014 - 03:14 PM

Yeah, Mine had two. I drained both, so I should be good. I guess I will take it apart the steering cylinder and see what I find?

Daniel, any clue of the color they used on the frame and axles?

 

Charcoal Gray M1056, Agco part # for quart 841740M1 , aerosol can 841739M1


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Posted September 15, 2014 - 03:24 PM

Sorry Todd, I brain farted while reading.  I was thinking power steering pump, and I see it uses the on board hydraulics, so disregard all I said previously.  I need to read slower & take things in, so now I understand....cylinder!  

 

Cylinder seals only come in a kit, and I recommend getting the kit from Agco instead of trying to match things up.  Massey o-rings are difficult to match.  The OE kit for one cylinder is #1075238M91


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Posted September 16, 2014 - 09:12 AM

Sorry Todd, I brain farted while reading.

No problem at all. You have been a great source of information.

 

 Massey o-rings are difficult to match.  The OE kit for one cylinder is #1075238M91

 

Why do you say "one" cylinder, is there more than one?

 

It looks like I will be placing a Massey order soon.

 

BTW, where are you getting all the part numbers, did you buy the parts book?

The owner is supposed to be sending me the Owners Manual, and I ordered the service book from I&T.



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Posted September 16, 2014 - 09:18 AM

Charcoal Gray M1056, Agco part # for quart 841740M1 , aerosol can 841739M1

 I guess that is a different color than the Gray they sell at tractor supply?

 Jacks wants $11 a can for that stuff.

 

 Sometimes I wonder why I feel so compelled to fix everything up, why can't I just beat on it until it breaks, like most people? Ha,



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Posted September 16, 2014 - 11:28 AM

No problem at all. You have been a great source of information.

 

 

Why do you say "one" cylinder, is there more than one?

 

It looks like I will be placing a Massey order soon.

 

BTW, where are you getting all the part numbers, did you buy the parts book?

The owner is supposed to be sending me the Owners Manual, and I ordered the service book from I&T.

I said one cylinder because the parts diagram confused me the way I was looking at it.  I seen it was for sure just one cylinder after posting, and I should have edited.


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Posted September 16, 2014 - 11:30 AM

Look them up here:  http://www.agcoparts...on=NorthAmerica

 

Enter as guest, then enter model number and select make.

 

I have no idea as to TSC paints.  I only use that stuff on piddly items, not my tractors.  It's pricey, but I use OE paints whenever I can.


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Posted September 17, 2014 - 11:16 AM

 It's pricey, but I use OE paints whenever I can.

 

Probably a good call. I only used OE paint on the MF12.

 

Thanks for the parts link.



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Posted September 17, 2014 - 01:08 PM

Not but a couple or 3 years ago, Rouge Red at the Agco dealer was just $15 a quart.  It's around $32 now.


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Posted September 17, 2014 - 07:30 PM

Thank the current administration's EPA for that. :thumbs:



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Posted September 25, 2014 - 11:38 AM

I ordered the steering cylinder seal kit about a week ago. I just got notification from Jacks that the kit is NLA.

Great! I guess I will be pulling it apart and hoping that I will find stanard O rings and the like inside there?



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Posted September 25, 2014 - 01:12 PM

I ordered the steering cylinder seal kit about a week ago. I just got notification from Jacks that the kit is NLA.

Great! I guess I will be pulling it apart and hoping that I will find stanard O rings and the like inside there?

 

Most likely easy to match at a good hydraulic shop.  Best if you have an older guy with a lot of knowledge.  I find the younger guys at The Parker Store not much help at all.  


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Posted September 25, 2014 - 01:40 PM

Most likely easy to match at a good hydraulic shop.  Best if you have an older guy with a lot of knowledge.  I find the younger guys at The Parker Store not much help at all.  

 Older guys with a "can do" attitude, like us!  LOL


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