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    Re: Zetor 8011-8045 12011-12045 on CD

    Thanks a whole lot for the info. I did get the thing pulled off. It took a little doing to figure out how to get that back bolt off. After I got that figured out it wasn't too bad.

    Do you know...
  2. Thread: Barn Paint

    by RamTruckMan
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    Barn Paint

    Any recommendations for good paint to cover 100 year old barn that has never been painted. I painted roof last year with elastomeric roof coat. It went on nice and seems durable. Time will be the...
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    Zetor 8011-8045

    Zetor 8011, I have a fuel leak behind the injector pump, that drips off the bottom of the pump. Looks like I will have to take the pump off to find.
    What could be on the back of pump that would...
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    Re: Ford 1700 tractor

    I had a 1900 4x4 with low hours. Great tractor, mine did not have a loader or power steering. It would climb a tree.

    Nice shirbura engine.
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    Re: Zetor 8011-8045 12011-12045 on CD

    Great, that makes a lot more sense than the manual. In reading the shop manual, I am really getting to appreciate the 8011 Zetor. It is really a mechanical marvel with features that I didn't...
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    Re: Zetor 8011-8045 12011-12045 on CD

    Got the ole Zetor purring like a kitten. Cleaned the sediment bowl, (full of sludge) primed the pump and she kicked right off.

    Now, a couple more questions. The engine oil calls for regular...
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    Re: Zetor 8011-8045 12011-12045 on CD

    Thank you very much, it will be a week or two before I get a chance to try it out.
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    Re: Zetor 8011-8045 12011-12045 on CD

    Thanks for the link. I have ordered the CD. I was hoping I could download PDF, but it looks like I need to wait for the CD. In the meantime could you tell me what these levers do. See attached...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Just a follow up on the Hydraulic Rod. I dropped it off at the machine shop and the lady said she would re-thread it. Took about a week for her to get to it, but when I picked it up she said the...
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    hydraulink for 3 Point Toplink

    Anyone ever use this product? Requires no hookup to hydrualics. Evidently, just push or turn a knob, push toplink in or out, turn the knob back to set at desired lenght.
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    International Hydraulic

    Anyone have a review on "International Hydraulic" cylinder? They are really cheap. Just wondering if the quality is as cheap as the price.
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Thanks. I will see if I can round up a reamer. Products like that are so hard to find in my area. I'll do a search on net.
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Thanks, got it.
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Yeah, I hope to take to another machine shop and see if they can re-thread or have a new rod turned.

    Another thought I had is to step the pin holes in the backhoe up to one inch and get a stock...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    When they make a new rod, do they chrome it, or how do they keep it from rusting?
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Woops, wrong calculation. The threads would be about 23 mm as the nut is a little small.
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Yeah, I am going to try another shop after Thanksgiving. I have it apart, but, it appears to be 22-24 inches retracted. About a 16" stoke. The ram is about 1.5 inches. The bore is 2.5 inches. The...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    I took to one machine shop and he said he would have to cut the cross tube off to put in lathe and he wanted $200.00. I took to another machine shop, but they are closes until after Thanksgiving.
    ...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    I opened the cylinder and pulled the rod out. The threats and the nut were stripped. It had a lock nut on it. Evidently the nut wasn't tightened at the factory. I am going to take to a machine shop...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    One other thing, when the rod in all the way in, about an inch or two of the rod sticks out of the cylinder. Is that normal, or could that indicate the rod is hitting the nut keeping if from pushing...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    It pulls a little hard, but with a little leverage it moves full stroke in and out. I will try opening it up this weekend and see what it looks like. Who knows, I may be able to get it back...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    The rod floats free, I could pull backhoe boom out and the rod would push in. Let the boom drop and rod would pull out. The rod floats free, with the cylinder off the tractor.

    I think, I have...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    I took the cylinder off and there was no fluid in the cyclinder to drain out. Does that mean the cylinder could be air locked or some other problem. Fluid will squirt from the detached hoses when...
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    Cement mixer

    Anyone every design and make a bin to fill a cement mixer?

    I would like to make some bins to hold gravel and sand to fill my cement mixer. I would fill the bins with my tractor front end loader. ...
  25. Thread: PTO Pump

    by RamTruckMan
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    Re: PTO Pump

    Thanks, just had some crazy ideas. I have hydraulic remotes on my tractor and I have a PTO hydraulic pump and I was thinking of uses that would be convenient to use PTO on front of tractor.Just...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Thanks, I will do that. I will try and rigg up some kind of a gland wrench. On the other hand It will probably be the simplest to just take someplace and have them look at it.
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    I see you are from Maryland to. I am in Cumberland. I will try that, to check the seals. Where would I look for the pressure relief value? The other thing that might be helpful is, that the...
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    Re: Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    Thanks for the reply.

    Yeah, I did that. Same thing, it will squirt fluid at the connection, if I loosen them a little bit, but the cylinder doesn't do anything, just limp. This cylinder is on...
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    Hydraulic Cylinder Problem

    I bought a used three point backhoe. The backhoe is about 10 years old but was barely used. The seller said it was only used about 20 hours and hadn't been used the last six years. The paint is...
  30. Thread: PTO Pump

    by RamTruckMan
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    PTO Pump

    Can a PTO Pump, be reversed (hydraulic under pressure to turn the PTO input coupler on pump) to make a hydraulic motor?
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    Hydraulic Snow Blower

    Just wondering if it is possible to run a snowblower off of a hydraulic motor. I want to install my three point snowblower on the frontend. I have a 28 HP tractor and was wondering if my hydraulic...
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    Diesel Fuel vs Fuel Oil

    I ran across this informative article on Diesel and Fuel Oil. I thing members will find interesting.

    http://www.amghummer.com/Diesel/DieselFuel/about_diesel_fuel.htm
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    Re: Construction Loan Appraisal

    I am a real estate appraiser and the situation you descibed is typical. For some reason lenders will not loan on a home sites more than five acres. I have appraised 200 acres or larger and the...
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    Gauge wire required for 50 amp load

    I want to run wiring to my metal building located 600 feet from the house. I want to use my welder which has a 50 amp plug.

    Does anyone have know what size aluminum wire I would need for a 50 amp...
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    Re: Branson 4720 TLB

    What is the difference between the C50 and C50HL?
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    Re: Century 2028 with FEL; $17k

    Yikes, I ordered a 2028 with C50 loader and one rear remote for $14,000. R-1 Tires. I have seen the Branson for a little less than that. Email me privately and I will give you my dealers name. I...
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    Re: Hard start Beaver

    Starting in cold weather seems to be a common problem with the Beaver. Good to hear the block heater solved the problem.
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    Dealer Re: dealers in the ohio valley

    Ernie Schrock at Schrock Equipment in Oakland, MD, sells Terraplanes. Oakland is about 70 miles from Morgantown, WV.
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    Re: New Delivery :)

    So the Zetor,Branson and Century are the same tractor?

    Is Zetor a European or Korean tractor?
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    Re: New Delivery :)

    Nice weather in Ontario. We got 6" of snow Monday night and are suppose to get more tonight down here in Maryland. Fortunately it has gotten in the 40's the last few days. Most of Mondays snow is...
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    Re: Century vs Kubota price

    How do the Kubota's stackup in weight to the Century. The small Kubota's are very light and are still difficult to compare even though the HP may be the same.
  42. Thread: Long 2360

    by RamTruckMan
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    Re: Long 2360

    I don't know where you are at, but I am located in the Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia area and Long's are pretty popular tractors. No parts problem here.
  43. Re: What is your opinion of Title insurance

    Title Insurance is a necessary expense, but is too expensive. To top it off you have to buy it every time you refinance, even with same lender. I refinanced twice in past five years because of...
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    Re: Power Inverters

    You answered exactly what I had on my mind. That is why I asked. Guess I will pitch that crazy idea.
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    Re: Framing Nail Gun

    I bought 28 degree farming nailer from Harbor Freight and just finished up a job with it. I am very pleased with it. It never gave me a one bit of a problem. I was dubious about it myself. The...
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    Power Inverters

    I was thinking of installing a power inverter on my tractor. I know 1 horsepower is equivalent to 750 Watts. Does that mean a 2000 watt power inverter would run a 2 horsepower electric motor? Do...
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    Re: Sea of Red Zetor world

    Just what do they do at the sevice center? It appears as though there is not very much assembly to be done.
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    Re: Position Control - Versus Draft Control

    Thanks for the link. That site is very informative. I used to have that link, but it must have gotten lost in upgrading. I looked all over for it before I posted a message.

    Thanks again.
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    Re: Position Control - Versus Draft Control

    Thanks for the prompt response, isn't that a step back in technology. If I were plowing wouldn't the plow have a tendency to cut too deep or ride or top of the ground depending on roughness of the...
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    Position Control - Versus Draft Control

    Does Position Control mean that a tractor doesn't have any draft control? Does it mean the lever just lowers and raises the implement?
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    Oil & Fuel Century 2028 Fuel Tank

    Locating the fuel tank located under the tractor appears to be a poor location. Is there a problem "banging the tank up" or even tearing it off.
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    Century 2028

    The dealer offered me a Century 2028 with C50 FEL and a rear remote after $700 cash rebate for $14,000. Does that sound like a reasonable price?
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