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    Default ford 850 1956 hydro trbl

    where do you hook up the hydro guage to check pressure and what should the pressure be?

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    Default Re: ford 850 1956 hydro trbl

    If it is like the 8n, there should be a plug down around your right foot board. If you do not hear answer from some body that knows specific, maybe check with Soundguy on this forum. It would be a good idea to pick up a service manual for this tractor also.
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    the 53+ units utilize a side mounted engine pump vs the N belly pump.. but actual test procedures are similar.

    you could put a gauge in the port on the head of the engin emounted pump, or in the plug spot on the 3x5 option cover on the hyd top cover.. or if you have a remote, adapt it the gauge to a qd and use that.

    on the remote.. just deadhead the rmeote with the gauge in for a moment.

    on the other 2, you have to chain the 3pt arms down and then exercise the lift.

    I'd use a liquid filled 0-3000 psi gauge.

    On the old N it was 1500-1700 psi. i don't have my manual in front of me for the pressure on an 00 series. can't say if it's 1700, 2250 or 2500. 2500 is a common ag hyd pressure.

    When i get to my manual I'll update the thread.

    in the mean time, you really should get at least an FO-20 service manual and a master parts catalog.

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    Default Re: ford 850 1956 hydro trbl

    2000-2200 in the book.. I take that to mean 2000 cracking and 2200 full unseat.. though anything in that range on your gauge and you are good to go.

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    Default Re: ford 850 1956 hydro trbl

    Thanks for all the help Ill let you know how it turns out.

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    post back, will be looking for it.

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