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  1. #21
    Super Member California's Avatar
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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Looks just like the one on my YM240 FWIW.

    It should filter the oil just before it goes to the pump. Look to see if the larger diameter return line exits the opposite side of the transmission in line with this plate.

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Quote Originally Posted by bacrow View Post
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    GWSMITH or someone else with an FX24D, can you please verify something for me? Is the metal plate with three screws in this photo the cover for the hydraulic screen? This doesn't look the same as the cover that Hoye has, or what is in the manual. It looks like someone may have cut a piece of sheet metal and used some silicon sealant instead of using the replacement part. Thanks!
    Been a while since I was under mine but I do believe you are correct.
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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Yes, that is the screen cover.

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Dive View Post
    Winston - any idea what the V2 Loader can lift?
    As far as the FX24 is concerned, technically you shouldn't have a FEL on it. With that said, I have one on mine and so far have never experienced any problems. Reason for my first comment, I've had my rig on a scale, found out how much weight is on each axle then did the math. from my calc, nothing on the 3pt and the bucket empty on the FEL, the stock front tires are at their rated max capacity. Have no info on what the axle capacity is. I've had ~600# in the bucket and no problems but the tires were looking way over loaded.

    Due to the short wheelbase and how far ahead the bucket is from the front axle, for every lb in the bucket, the axle see 2# of added weight.
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    Bolen 1257 GT with tiller

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Thanks for the input on the screen cover. I pulled it and cleaned the screen. It looks like the flat piece they put in place doesn't hold the screen in the correct position to be most effective at filtering the oil. It looks like I will be making another Hoye order today.

    While I have everything empty and apart, how often do you change the rubber hoses from the screen and to the filter?

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    The flange that holds the screen in place has a cylindrical part built on it that should hold the screen. It has a close tolerance with the housing. That cylindrical part also has a hole that goes in the up position. This is where the power shift takes it's suction if I remember right. Not sure just what you have but wondering if your powershift pump is actually pulling suction through the screen?

    Here it is. http://www.hoyetractor.com/mm5/merch...Category_Code= Part number 194555-24220

    I would change the filter hose based on hands on inspection.
    Last edited by winston1; 11-17-2013 at 06:42 AM.

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    What is this reservior, and what fluid should it have in it? Of course the cap says oil, and it does NOT have a dip stick. It is not full of fluid, but the gears appear to be adequately lubricated.-mine-074-jpg-mine-072-jpg

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    Also, I finally uploaded a couple videos to Youtube.

    The first is a cold start:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUbgq0i3ta4. Notice no lights at startup. I haven't had time to trace that yet. All of the bulbs look good and I changed all of the fuses.

    The second is a warm tractor at mid rpm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ct2o4XATFzY. I held it at the higher rpm so you could hear the difference.

    At low rpm there is a metallic knock. At high rpm it purrs. It seems to run great. It has been starting great and ready to go in this cold weather without pre-heating. Does it sound like I have anything to worry about: fuel injectors, pistons, rings?

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Quote Originally Posted by bacrow View Post
    What is this reservior, and what fluid should it have in it? Of course the cap says oil, and it does NOT have a dip stick. It is not full of fluid, but the gears appear to be adequately lubricated.-mine-074-jpg-mine-072-jpg
    I am not sure what I am seeing but believing that is a cap on the front gear housing. If so, engine oil goes in. It is just another acess to the crankcase. You can pour oil in there or on top of the rocker arm cover. Dip stick determines level.

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    Default Re: FX24D photos?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston1 View Post
    I am not sure what I am seeing but believing that is a cap on the front gear housing. If so, engine oil goes in. It is just another acess to the crankcase. You can pour oil in there or on top of the rocker arm cover. Dip stick determines level.
    My 2002d sounds very similar to that on a cold crankup, just a little Yammer hammer. Personally, just listening to the video I don't hear anything unusual. Hopefully, we will get opinions from others.

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