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    Default Hydraulics Question

    I'm setting up a new implement which will be using a new hydraulic cylinder and new hydraulic lines. Question: Do the cylinder and lines need to be primed with hydraulic fluid or will the tractor's hydraulic system (NH TC40D) bleed off the air which might otherwise be introduced?


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    Ford 3430 and Zetor Zebra 2520

    Default Re: Hydraulics Question

    Open center systems are self bleeding, closed center will require bleeding. I am not sure which is installed on that tractor , call FNH dealer or check your manual.


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    Default Re: Hydraulics Question

    According to the manual, it is an open center system. Sounds like I can "bolt it up" and go. Thank you.


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    8350 valmet with 980SL FEL duels had a 150 Hp deutz just sold it 10 NOV 01

    Default Re: Hydraulics Question

    Hi ya
    once ya have things up and running shut it down and check ya oil some things( FEL's are bad for this )take alot of oil to fill rams and lines
    catch ya
    JD Kid


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    Default Re: Hydraulics Question

    Brand new 3pt 75" 2 stage snow blower with hydraulic chute rotation and hydraulic spout tilt greased and ready to take on old man winter. Thanks again.


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