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snoshoe

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  1. All will attract and all will repel. Depends which end you check.
  2. If you're telling us tractor doesn't move in ta position. Overrunning clutch is shot.
  3. There is a pounds-force spec for moving that lever(which I don't remember). If that spec does not hold lever in position. You probably have corrosion between shaft and tube levers are mounted on. Specs and procedure are in service manual.
  4. Answer is apparently false. Had to swap field leads to make it work.
  5. Yes. That is keep full flow.
  6. I can see where the question is coming from. I have to say no.
  7. leader. Know how I missed this. Have questions. Does spool pull up or push down to engage? If it pulls up. Was it running. You shut it off and would not start when you turned back on? If so believe pin in valve sheared. Happens less on 86's but still happens. If it was running and just stopped. Did you observe any problems with hydraulic system? If so check oil for water contamination. Ice crystals can plug pickup screen. Causing loss of pressure. Rest of system should also show some effect. Anything else I can think of would be failure of unit.
  8. Here's two things that worked for me. If when neutraling lever after raise. It drifts rapidly at first. Then slows as pressure builds on backside. Cylinder is leaking. Lift loader remove line from rod end of lift cylinder. If no oil comes out leak is in valve. If more oil comes out of cylinder than line. That is the cylinder that is leaking. If the line drains more oil. The cylinder on the other side is the leaker.
  9. Then you might as well let them migrate south in the fall and pen them back up when they return in the spring? Winter vacation all around.
  10. IH can't tell you the model.
  11. Hitch valve is next to regulator block. Hitch lever is on shaft that goes through tubes the other two levers are on. Hence the outer lever works inner valve and inner lever works outer valve.
  12. A good answer would fill a chapter in a book. More typing than I will do. Hence the delay. Your hose loop would relieve the pressure. The problem is it relieves the pressure on the rest of the valves too. Matt's suggestion is not without problems either. Middle valve becomes hitch valve,and end valve becomes middle valve. End valve (inside lever) is eliminated. Can be made to work that way by removing friction from lever and using for rear outlets. Other option is using lines linkage and levers from standard drawbar tractor. Usually when this problem comes up. The gears in the valve are shot. Making next solution useless. If they are not. Move hitch lever to stop. Drill hole in quadrant and install bolt on other side of lever so it can't move. Remove flat bar followup link from lower bell crank. Drill 1/4" hole in flat link. Start engine. Move bar up or down until pressure is relieved. Drive tek screw through hole into steel cover to lock in place. Hitch valve can be replaced with another auxiliary valve. Numerous mods can be made to hitch valve to block off signal ports. Turning it into a spacer block. I think a jumper tube through signal port would be best, but I haven't tried it. I should mention that spools and bores in these valves wear with age. Even though the spool covers the signal port enough oil can leak by to keep system on pressure. Three valves means six ports. It doesn't take much. I have been able to correct such situations by increasing screened orifice size by one number Drill size.
  13. My own thought is a linkage problem. Not moving spool far enough.
  14. If I did that in my wood stove in this near zero weather. You might not recognize what came out after 24 hours. However from May to November. I doubt it would make any difference. :>)
  15. Start by making sure pins between pedal and valve are free and pedal adjustment is correct. Also pedal return springs.
  16. The spec in the book is what was acceptable on a new engine. Maximum recession was .060 or .062. I don't remember which.
  17. In this area. The bulk tank on the farm was equipped with a diaphragm pump powered by vapor pressure from storage tank. Same as an air powered pump today. They bled vapor to pump the liquid into the tractor.
  18. Need help for a tired not working clearly brain. Am trying to change an A circuit generator to B circuit to facilitate use of electronic regulator. I know that removing field lead from armature terminal and connecting to field terminal at the same time removing lead from field terminal and grounding would do the job. Looking at it. I think just removing the lead from armature terminal and grounding will work. Saving splicing and soldering chores. Juice will be flowing in opposite direction in fields. Should just move north south poles to opposite sides of case. As long as I polarize on installation. It should work. True or false?
  19. Need help for a tired not working clearly brain. Am trying to change an A circuit generator to B circuit to facilitate use of electronic regulator. I know that removing field lead from armature terminal and connecting to field terminal at the same time removing lead from field terminal and grounding would do the job. Looking at it. I think just removing the lead from armature terminal and grounding will work. Saving splicing and soldering chores. Juice will be flowing in opposite direction in fields. Should just move north south poles to opposite sides of case. As long as I polarize on installation. It should work. True or false?
  20. 361-407 seals are in pump adapter not pump.
  21. Notice the lack of the adjusting block on the top of your spool.
  22. If not clutch is probably bad.
  23. The fact that the lever latches tells me you have at least some clutch pressure,but we don't know if you have brake pressure. Will shaft turn with engine off?
  24. You need to check both clutch and brake pressure. If pressures are good. Clutch and brakes are both probably bad
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