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    Re: Ford 1600 or 1700

    I am biased toward 1700 and like it better. a bit more horse power for the weight and all around easy maintenance. Clutch, water pump, t-stat, hyd pump parts and many other components were easy to...
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    Re: Ford 1700 hydraulic question

    Can you post a picture. If the cover opens up to the oil reservoir then it can provide for a return path to hydraulic oil. some how you need to bring the oil back.

    JC,
  3. Thread: Ford 1700

    by JC-jetro
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    Buying Advice Re: Ford 1700

    They have different Hub, not exactly sure about the bolt pattern. How about Rear tire? Are they Ag or turf. If 2WD then would not make any difference tio mix and match between front and rear as long...
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    Re: Ford 1700 hydraulic question

    Well, Dang. Have you cleaned up all the dirt and grime well to look under? The only way you can have easy access to reservoir is removing the panel behind the transmission. That is an aluminum plate...
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    Re: Ford 1700 hydraulic question

    You are welcome, I have not used it for anything but just verified that the hole opens in to diffy housing. I might use it as a return for a log splitter when I get one.

    Jc,
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    Re: Ford 1700 hydraulic question

    This is the port you can plumb up the return in to the diffy housing.

    JC,

    http://i1266.photobucket.com/albums/jj531/fambucket1/DSC05179_zpsklc593z5.jpg
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    3-Point Hitch Re: 3 point lift capacity

    I meant to say, 1750 Lbs, my bad. A case of fat fingers. too late to edit.
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    3-Point Hitch Re: 3 point lift capacity

    Hello People, '

    I said that I did not believe 3800 Lb lift capacity, it is verbatim what a website posted. 1750 lbs at 24" aft of pivot point is more like it. I have never lacked lifting power...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: 3 point lift capacity

    Below is the link for 1700 that shows the lift capacity at about 3815 @ lift point. I think this # is in error as my 1700 hasabout 11750 lb of lift at the tip of the lift arm same as TC-30 . Yours...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: 3 point lift capacity

    You might look the page below.

    JC,

    TractorData.com Ford 16 tractor information
  11. Thread: Sad News

    by JC-jetro
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    Sticky: Re: Sad News

    My sentiments the same brother !!
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Jay,

    Either yourself or have the mechanic buy the parts from fleebay. I have a link for you below @ $132 and $17 shipping can't be beat. It has all you need. I strongly suggest to replace all...
  13. Thread: Sad News

    by JC-jetro
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    Sticky: Re: Sad News

    He certainly was one of a kind guy. He lives on here as folks still can view his words that he left behind. No doubt, he can continue giving good advice to many folks for a quite a long time. :-)
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    Re: Ford 1700 Added Cockpit Step

    Not bad, simple and quick, hate to run my shin to the edge though. I am not big guty with big boots and can jump on/off of my 1700 pretty easily.


    JC,
  15. Re: Ford 1700 Gearshift Lever Seals (Not Boots)

    I'm sure mine is like your mostly. I do not need to do any further disassembly, The only reason I took my cover was to look detent balls, Shift boss's, sliding gears and shifting fork. Had no clue...
  16. Re: Ford 1700 Gearshift Lever Seals (Not Boots)

    Mine Has that seal #47 by inspection , did not take the spring off to see the seal in person though. The fat rubber O-Ring can also be called and act as a seal as well.

    JC,...
  17. Thread: Sad News

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    Sticky: Re: Sad News

    Ditto on what Gary said, I bet he is running a call center help line in heavens for all departed folks. He was a wise and humble man that I benefited from tremendously. He is gone but not forgotten.
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    Shibaura is a Japanese tractor manufacture like Yanmar is. Shibuara made utility tractor for US market for Ford and later New Holllnad. Yanmar made same class of tractors for John Deere. NH and...
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    I never need to work on the steering box as it is not leaking bad although have some trace of the oil. it uses Ford-134 so I put a bit in it and check it every once in a while.

    Jc,
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    Dean , the only access to diiffy i used was the drain hole in the bottom right where the draw bar is and where you withdraw filter screen from the side of the diffy housing. if you nick a small part...
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    Re: Ran diesel Tc18 with the fuel shutoff off

    never turn the valve off with the exception of maintenance related stuff. Your injector have a very stiff spring and basically act as you final valve of sort, gravity can never push fuel passed the...
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    Re: Ran diesel Tc18 with the fuel shutoff off

    have tools with you and do some chores with your tractor not too far away from the base. if you get the tractor hot and moving a bit of trapped air should be bled thru the injector noticing a bit of...
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    Dean


    It is pretty simple. I did not take the cover off to clean the transmission. I just opened it up to look at the condition of the gears and sliding gear. you do not need to do that to clean...
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    The key is every one changes the hyd fluid but don't clean out the diffy floor. It is the same as cleaning a soiled diaper, wiping the butt clean and reusing the old diaper. I have a made a...
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    Re: Ford 1920 4WD Popping Out of Gear

    I can't tell that for sure without studding the parts breakdown for yous specific rig. What you saw in the picture is right below the stick shift cover. The 4 WD engagement detent is most likely in...
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    Re: Ford 1920 4WD Popping Out of Gear

    The shift mechanism is usually kept in place by a detent mechanism that is combination of spring , ball and carved out part of the block to accept the combination. weak spring can cause that. Can you...
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    Re: Ford 1600 No start

    The resistance wire is only an indicator the circuit is intact and also allows for certain second count before the resistance wire glows red. It take about 15 seconds for it to glow. Glow has...
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    There is cross reference on part between old ford and some of their new ones. I know clutch material is readily available as they are same size as TC series. pump overhaul kit is available. That does...
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    Re: Sell my Ford 1700? I've reconsidered.......

    I did end up buying a Kubota MX-4700 for stuff that my 1700 can not do. All and all it is so difficult to find one single unit that matches all the needs and there is certainly efficiency built-in in...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: ford 2120 3pt lift lever broke off

    I would remove the shifter assembly, remove #7 by driving the pin out, wire brush the edges that broke off and clean up the joint well and weld it or have someone weld it. A bit of Ford blue spray...
  31. Re: Ford 1300 tractor Leaking oil from shifter boot

    in mine it went to the range selector on the left side. I did not find any reference to two springs in the manual I had. I am the 3rd owner of the tractor and don't know if it was an attempt to keep...
  32. Re: Ford 1300 tractor Leaking oil from shifter boot

    Best solution is to carry a small crescent wrench (adjustable wrench), loosen the two belts aft of the shifter handle but do not take it completely out. That adds a bit of wiggle room between spring,...
  33. Re: Ford 1300 tractor Leaking oil from shifter boot

    Ball first in the indent cavity hole, cover on, spring in and the top bolt after the cover is secured. Can not take the detent ball out before the cover is removed. I tried it with a magnet. Ball dia...
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    Re: FORD 1510 tractor stalls and won't start!

    Please run it with the fuel cap removed and see how long in low idle you can keep running your rig and report back. I would suggest that you run it stationary not to slush the fuel around and make a...
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    Re: FORD 1510 tractor stalls and won't start!

    Red, Sorry , little bit of incommunicado on my part. You ain't go carburetor. Remember, diesels have fuel injector. Plugging of the fuel tank cap and not venting, problems with fuel line, filter and...
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    Re: Ford 1700 Hydraulic Pump

    Did you put the right oil, ford-134 or equal? might have a tired pump, if pump inlet not flooded well and you have air that can cause a bit of foaming. Did you add any detergent, anything to help...
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    Re: 1700 Hydraulic Problem

    You ndeed to inspect the poppet valve to make sure the valve is nice and conical and not damaged causing leak by. The spring stiffness is adjustable. Turning the nut clockwise is more pressure and...
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    Re: Ford 1700 over-run clutch

    1700 does have an internal ORC, no need to put external at the pto final shaft . The momentum of rotary cutter will not be able to push the tractor forward. Yes, your tractor does not have " Live...
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    Re: FORD 1510 tractor stalls and won't start!

    Make sure the cap on the fuel tank is venting freely. You might have a vacuum lock. Your fuel tank is atmospherically vented. Just to prove the theory open up the cap when it dies and try to start...
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    Re: NH 3010s clutch problems

    It is the spring return. That is the only think pulls the pedal back. Does not appear you have issue with engagement and slippage. Disk and throwout bearing work like they should. Might use a bungee...
  41. Thread: Sad News

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    Sticky: Re: Sad News

    His wisdom and good nature lives on as he has many posts here that are relevant now or even 10 years from now. At times I catch myself going to some old threads or old pm's to soak up a little wisdom.
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    Re: Ford 1700, introduction, part deux

    Brian,

    Mine were cracked about 10 years ago. The return line are not exposed to high pressure. I simply used some 1/4" black runner hose that is normally used on Pitot tube and manometers. It has...
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    Re: Ford 1700 transmission innards.

    Cool, Glad it worked out.
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    Re: Ford 1700 transmission innards.

    As promised. Pics are self explanatory do ask if you have question. Your problem is stuck detent ball and spring or perhaps brocken spring.

    JC,
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    Re: Ford 1700 transmission innards.

    oK. I will post bunch of them tomorrow am.:)
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    Re: Ford 1700 transmission innards.

    Please tell me what you need so I can upload them again, Image shack (picture hosting site) zapped bunch of my picture after their new policy and they are gone. Posting the right pic to the right...
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    Re: injector pump oil?

    My pleasure. Happy and safe 4tth of July to all.
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    Re: First Tractor Ford 1700

    Ken,

    I just saw this thread. I did respond to you on another thread also. You need to loosen the 10 mm bolt just below the cap.

    JC,
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    Re: injector pump oil?

    Ken,
    Below is a picture of breather cap removed. The cap does spin freely. there is a nut, I thin it was 10 or 12 mm. what you need is to use a box wrench and loosen the bolt to take the breather...
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    Re: Glow Plug Problem

    Bus bar is a generic name where few things are electrically ties together with a flat piece of metal and fasteners and that how it is with my 1700.
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    Re: Glow Plug Problem

    This is an old thread. just noticed that I do have a better picture early in the thread.
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    Re: Glow Plug Problem

    Usually , there is a bank of them 2 to 4 depending the number of engine cylinder. They are machined in to the head. They look like spark plug although they are not. They have electric element i them...
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    Re: Glow Plug Problem

    I would try to directly power the glow plug with jumper wire to make sure they heat up, if they do then I would follow what Jim suggested in #23, three posts up. I'm sure dear Jim would respond to...
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    Re: Ford 1700, introduction, part deux

    Knock on wood, I still have my OEM water pump and 1200 hrs on my 1700. Brian, When did you end up buying yours and how much?

    JC,
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    Re: Ford 1700, introduction, part deux

    Brian,

    -I have used automotive 50% mix EG (Ethylene Glycol) in my rig and never had an issue. Being more environmentally friendly and you can use PE (Propylene Glycol) that is not toxic to...
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    Re: Ford 1700, introduction, part deux

    Brian,

    I send an email and pics to a gentleman a few minutes ago. coincidentally his name was Brian as well but he said he owned a Ford 1300 rather 1700. was that you? I can perhaps help you with...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Thanks for the PM Joe, I guess I will have to eat the crow :o which I gladly will. My wife never allows me to take sweat equity I earn doing different thing for myself and it has to go toward good of...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe,

    I have changed min hyd fluid once and did not use NH OEM oil. They all claim to be nh-134 compatible and I don't know enough chemistry to verify it on my own. I bought quarts of OEM from NH...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    I have to come up with the same conclusion you have Joe, like I thought being immersed in oil should not effect the orc and it appears it work like it should after the vise test. The only things I...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    On the first pic of the clutch, can you hold the orc clutch by hand and use the splined shaft from orc and insert it in the sprag clutch, then can you observe what happens when you turn splind shaft...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe,

    I'm bamboozled sitting in my chair, can you see tell tale sign of metal eroding from the sprags. Can see by hand if the the sprags makes interference with the outer race? Can the sprag move...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe, can you put the orc in a vice sandwiched between tow pieces of wood facing up. Can you then fill the inside full of oil and then try to rotate the inner race. it should turn in one direction and...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Good luck.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe, please be careful grabbing the final PTO shaft. Your luck and stupid thing might decide to engage fully and wrap your arms around it. I would use a piece of 2x4 and long enough, on side on the...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe,

    1-I really think the oil in this case has nothing to do with the problem and engagement is gear to gear and solid unless something causes the shift fork to move and gears jump and go out of...
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    Re: Ford 1710 leaking coolant

    I concur. I perhaps put a bit (very little) of RTV blue in the mating faces , let it skin for a few minutes and put them on. I tighten it uniformly but would nut over tighten.

    JC,
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Item 3 leads me to believe you have clutch slippage. On my 1700 I have a rubber hand hole cover on the bell housing to inspect clutch pressure plate and or adjustment of dual clutch without...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe,

    I'm stumped as well but there always is reason to seek causing the issue. we'll find it.

    1- I still do not think it is oil related. Interference is gear to gear and totally mechanical. It...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    There is actually a detent ball and a spring that holds the engagement lever in engaged position. There is access to it on the side of the diffy when I last looked the diagram. Again , you said you...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe ,

    when you fill the diffy with oil and PTO turn and slows down might be what is called "hydraulically coupling". The oil between the gear specialty when cold helps with the engagement but...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe,

    Just looked at your pictures and realized you dis not split at the clutch housing. On your 2nd picture there is a metallic funnel shape device and that is your ORC. I think that is an...
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    Re: Ford 1715 PTO Clutch Adjusment -- Help

    Joe,

    I got your pm. You should by inspection be able to see if you have two stage or one stage clutch. With two stage clutch you have tow input shaft both splined, one solid and one hollow shaft...
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    Re: 1700 hydraulic problems

    Phil,

    It will be tremendous amount of work to go back to my old threads and find the appropriate pictures and put inin the right place. Dang Image shack deleted most of my pics to their very basic...
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    Re: 1700 hydraulic problems

    Phil,

    I had several very complete threads that covered the subject matter. I had uploaded the pics on my picture sharing account and since then they changed my subscription to fee based. I did...
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    Re: need some knowledge on a ford 1600

    What is the difference between transmission and gear box? are you talking hydrostatic transmission ?. If you have manual transmission then the gear box/transmission is the same and has Ford-134. You...
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    Re: 1700 hydraulic problems

    Phil,

    follow the smaller dia pipe from the hyd pump (discharge line) to the relief device. it is located o the right side, behind lift arm control right on diffy housing. top diffy housing is...
  77. Dirt Moving Re: Ford 1900 Hydraulic Oil Dipstick - What threads?

    Don't run your tractor, start using a magnet to see if you can fish it out, taking the cover is not difficult. Can post pics if you need.

    JC,
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    Re: ford 1715 clutch question

    As long as you torque equally in a criss cross fashion and about 1310 specs you should be okay. I think 1300, 1500 and 1700 have actually same dia clutch plate. I checked it once but my memory is a...
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    Re: Jinman TC35D 4wd question

    FYI. Jim will live on here. Please click on the below link.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/new-holland-owning-operating/321501-sad-news.html
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    Re: temporary relay defeat

    I hope you have realized our dear friend Jim (Jinman) is not amongst us anymore but his post and wisdom lives on. I hope someone else would chime in or you continue your research. I have a faint...
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    Re: Ford 1700 stuck clutch

    Hey Russell,

    I'm afraid blocking is the only sure thing to do. I have a piece of high $$$ 2x4 that I use winter or summer and always block. Knock on wood, so far I have never had a stuck clutch....
  82. Re: Ford 1700 Dead headed hydraulic pump- am I screwed?

    "If it ain't broke" I don't fix it, now you need to take that with a grain of salt also. I'm very much in to preventative stuff and that's why I still drive my 1995 Grand Caravan that is in a tip top...
  83. Re: Ford 1700 Dead headed hydraulic pump- am I screwed?

    Dean,

    I would not part with mine as long as I can. There is efficiency in size. 1700 is small enough to get any nooks without any issues and has the power and durability to actually get things...
  84. Re: Ford 1700 Dead headed hydraulic pump- am I screwed?

    Nice, that was quick.:thumbsup: It is so much better to take a big problem without adding further to it and divide it to simpler components. Start from the very bottom and build a case. Any how ,...
  85. Yes on test of flow. I'm heading out. Will...

    Yes on test of flow. I'm heading out. Will respond later.
  86. Re: Ford 1700 Dead headed hydraulic pump- am I screwed?

    Dean,

    - Reading zero pressure is not a good sign but it is not entirely conclusive that your pump is bad. Where you read the pressure on the lift cylinder head is down stream of pressure relief...
  87. Re: Ford 1700 Dead headed hydraulic pump- am I screwed?

    How about your main hydraulic pressure relief device ? how is your backhoe plumbed ? Dead head on Positive displacement is always bad unless the flow is safely diverted by means of relief device. oil...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    FYI. Alignment tool. If the splines on on the clutch disk does not perfectly centers with the flywheel and once you put the pressure plate on make it almost impossible to line up transmission input...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Not sure where I gave you the impression the tractor was NOT on flat ground. It is.

    My driveway is a rough surface, not perfect smooth pavement, so moving is going to be a challenge.
    That is...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    What do you mean, "hang something in the back"? As well, "I would use carry all"? Just don't know what you mean.
    What I mean is to put counter weight on the rear using carry all and some weight. ...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Jay, like I said before if you can successfully take the loader off and put it back on without maiming yourself then you have the mechanical aptitude. Look at my other post on directions. I tell you...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Well Jay, May the force be with you !! all you said above sounds good. Now I have done several clutch jobs on FW drive vehicles of my kids and that is one heck of pain. I have not done it on my...
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    Re: need some knowledge on a ford 1600

    Take a look at the link below, it should give you some guidance on how to interpret temp reading. With 3 point down all the oil trapped in the 3 point lift cylinder is diverted of to the sump so...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    jay,

    I agree with your statement "This is likely a ridiculous question":D, Yep it is chore and half and then some. For starter You need to take the loader off again, I'm sure you'll enjoy that....
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Yup, unfortunately your clutch is slipping. There can be two reasons for it. Either the clutch is always dispensed because of too tight of adjustment such as the pedal is always in. Second reason is...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Ok Jay, let's sort this out.




    So, here it is again:

    1-I did not understand that you wanted me to test the ability to turn the wheels, while in gear, with the clutch pedal depressed. I will...
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    Re: need some knowledge on a ford 1600

    Is the tractor on flat ground when you measure? dip stick cap should not be screwed in in order to read liq. level. transmission and diffy are interconnected by opening in the casting so the hyd...
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    Re: 1983 Ford 1700 - Clutch stopped working

    Hey jay,

    Well, late is better never. As far as your options; "should I shoot me" ? I'm very much against it as I see no future in it. "shoot the tractor"? hmmm , Idea has some merits but If I...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Hydraulic system problem

    Cahani,

    The needle is so small as I can not think it carries any major load. The needle bearing that couple splined shafts are pretty heady duty and much bigger. what you show looks to me is some...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Hydraulic system problem

    What is "kardan" or "Carter" ? do you mean rear differential or transmission? can you post picture a bit further out to see where it came off of the tractor? what you see there is not dirt or foreign...
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