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  1. On 12/5/2021 at 3:34 PM, Mark57 said:

    I have a TD7E that has an issue with the brake pedal going down when the left or right steering lever is pulled back. Is this normal? I recently replaced the left brake disc and shoes. I followed the adjustment procedure outlined in the shop manual. This problem existed before I replaced the disc and shoes. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Is the brake pedal return spring in place or broken? Other than that I would check that the brake pedal rod was adjusted properly before adjusting the brakes.

  2. 4 hours ago, snoshoe said:

    No. Do you have spec for sleeve height for heavy press sleeves?

    Heavy press sleeves are .035-.045 flange above crankcase. I used this setup to check the protrusion of the sleeves. We miked the original flanges and shims, the new sleeves were the same, we used the new shims that were the same as the ones we took out, it came out perfect. 



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  3. 3 hours ago, snoshoe said:

    Wrong tool. Wrong sleeves. That is the older version.

    That tool is FES-49 for the light press sleeves, the tool for the heavy press sleeves is FES-24-6, no picture is shown in the engine service manual for the FES-24-6. Snoshoe, do you have a picture of the tool for the heavy press sleeves.

  4. Chris, T6International has a contact for ATECO, they may be able to tell you if there is a filter in the hydraulic system. Here are pictures from the IH parts book, IH offered two different hydraulic systems for the later tractors (62 series). These pictures are just for reference to show how the strainers are mounted into the IH system. Your ATECO may or may not have a strainer. The IH system is a stainless metal mesh strainer.

    IH Hydraulic tank filter strainer small tank.jpg

    IH Hydraulic tank filter strainer.jpg

    IH TD6 TD9 Hydraulic filter strainer.jpg

  5. Chris, if it does have a filter it would be on the suction side (to the pump). All the ones I have seen (factory IH) are located in the hydraulic tank. The relief valve in the valve body could also create the problem you are having. After all that checks out it's time to look at your pump. 

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