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    Default Re: Mitsubishi/Satoh 1510

    Quote Originally Posted by Ilikeurtractor View Post
    The purpose of the clutch lock is to keep the clutch disengaged during long periords of storage to prevent the clutch shoes from "sticking" to the pressure plate which they can do. Whoever stored the tractor there knew what they were doing.
    I was just over at the Valley power site reading that same thing just the other day... My satoh beaver (essentially the same tractor), doesn't have a clutch lock...interesting that a grey version would.....
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    Default Re: Mitsubishi/Satoh 1510

    Are you sure it has never been removed? Every tractor I've seen (gray or U.S.) has them. It's just a small lever/bar and could be easily removed.

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi/Satoh 1510

    Quote Originally Posted by Ilikeurtractor View Post
    Are you sure it has never been removed? Every tractor I've seen (gray or U.S.) has them. It's just a small lever/bar and could be easily removed.
    I'm not saying that isn't possible...I just went out and double checked.. I don't see any evidence of one being there, or even provisions for it. all of the decals were on my tractor, brake lock, 3 pt lock and adjustment, etc. I don't see that decal, or even a place where it would have been, let alone a lever or a attachment point for the lever... interesting
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    Satoh S370D Beaver 4x4, 2 cyl Mitsu diesel, Custom FEL with Hay forks

    Woods RB60, KK 48" BB, Woods RM59 CCW, 48" Brinly disc, Farmhand Carryall, AB 1 btm plow, AB HH/trailer mover

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi/Satoh 1510

    That is odd. I'd take pictures of mine showing what it should be like, but it's mostly apart so it wouldn't be helpful at the moment. Here are snapshots from the Iseki and Satoh manuals showing what they should be like. Sorry the Satoh is difficult to see...
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    Default Re: Mitsubishi/Satoh 1510

    I rebuilt as best as I could with new o rings, still no fluid going into the cylinder. I have fluid coming from the pump with a really good flow, I am just wondering if even though the flow rate is good, if it is not putting out enough pressure charge the cylinder. Attached are some pics. I am wondering if some seals are missing from the internals on this bad actor.

    What you see in the pic are the main plunger in position and another with it in the out position. Seems there is a slot there for some type of seal, or is this for allowing fluid to pass through the internals of this valve.

    If anyone has any ideas on how to get these hydraulics working I am all ears. Thanks.
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