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    Default Koyker loader parts

    My mechanic said the joystick controller needs rebuilding on my Koyker 80 loader. Anyone know if Koyker makes rebuild kits? A new controller runs 400 dollars (!)

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    On my Koyker 160 the valve has a nameplate that says "Pace Manufacturing." I have been able to get support by emailing customerservice@pacemfg.com. I believe it's actually manufactured by Diniol of Italy.

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    Is the valve leaking ? controls sloppy ? Koyker does stock some linkage parts,if it's leaking it could be a o-ring,I don't think they make a repair kit for the valve,the individual parts cost are high.

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    Default Re: Koyker loader parts

    Quote Originally Posted by queen of spades View Post
    My mechanic said the joystick controller needs rebuilding on my Koyker 80 loader. Anyone know if Koyker makes rebuild kits? A new controller runs 400 dollars (!)

    Don't know which valve you have ???.... joy stick or if it has two levers ?

    No rebuild kits that I have seen, got or ever offered. I have gotten replacement spool valves before but that depends on which valve you have.

    I may have a new replacement joy stick valve replacement on the shelf (less than $400.00) ?? But I would need to see a picture / pictures of yours and the mounting bracket to be sure.


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    Default Re: Koyker loader parts

    It is the joystick valve. I will try to take photos tonight & upload here.

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    Default Re: Koyker loader parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Affordable View Post
    Is the valve leaking ? controls sloppy ? Koyker does stock some linkage parts,if it's leaking it could be a o-ring,I don't think they make a repair kit for the valve,the individual parts cost are high.

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    The valve rubber cover is torn (where the joystick comes out), and the area looks damp. The cylinders and lines do not leak.

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    PS Sorry I posted this in the wrong area.. I guess it should have been in hydraulics?

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    Default Re: Koyker loader parts

    Quote Originally Posted by queen of spades View Post

    #1. The valve rubber cover is torn (where the joystick comes out),

    #2. and the area looks damp.


    The cylinders and lines do not leak.



    #1. I have replacement covers.

    #2. If it only looks damp and is not forming a tear drop or drops ??? I dont think that justifies a rebuild / replace yet ?? If it is just weeping enough to keep it damp might be hard to fix ?


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    Default Re: Koyker loader parts

    Quote Originally Posted by queen of spades View Post
    The valve rubber cover is torn (where the joystick comes out), and the area looks damp. The cylinders and lines do not leak.
    I agree with RHS, probably not worth a rebuild-and it might not get any better.Spray it off with brake cleaner and see how long it takes it get "damp" again.
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    Default Re: Koyker loader parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Ranch_Hand_Supp View Post
    #1. I have replacement covers.

    #2. If it only looks damp and is not forming a tear drop or drops ??? I dont think that justifies a rebuild / replace yet ?? If it is just weeping enough to keep it damp might be hard to fix ?


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    Not sure how old this post is, but I would like to order one of those covers from you. Also have a leaking Hydraulic Cylinder I need a rebuild kit for K673611 if you can help please email me. Sumter_gator@yahoo.com

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