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Re: Questions on 3pt with pto 4/26/2011 12:03:38 PM   (Total replies: 2)

All you need is to T the pressure and returns together, with a check valve in the cross over line that won't allow pressure from the loader to escape into the return line.

But when the loaders flow is suddenly cut off and the motor on the 3pt becomes the pump driven by inertia, then the oil coming from the return line on the motor can cross back into the pressure line and circulate through the motor allowing it to wind down slowly instead of being forced to a stop.

If ...


Re: Questions on 3pt with pto 4/27/2011 7:26:02 AM   (Total replies: 1)

Kermode

Yes that works also, and I guess you could adjust the relief on the return side to open at a low pressure and get the same effect as my cross over system.

That is kinda a pet peeve on my newer brusher. When I lift the boom I steal the oil flow from the cutter and put it to the loader cylinders.

This cause the cutter to lose momentum as the return flow from the motor comes up to relief pressure before it can cross over, where my home made ...


Re: hesston 4/27/2010 6:46:28 AM   (Total replies: 1)

And so it goes with alarms, often they are more trouble then what they monitor. Yet I'd feel terrible if I ignored one and it was'nt a false.

Good to here there is no real problem. (aside from the minor wiring glitch)

As for the manual, I wish you luck, I had never heard of a heston skidsteer either though I'm aware of their ag line. Try ebay and internet seaches, post wanteds on the bulletin boards.

Ken  


Re: hesston 3/31/2010 7:12:47 PM   (Total replies: 0)

Also a hand held temp gun is worth it weight in gold to see if the light is accurate.

Ken


Re: hesston 4/1/2010 11:10:37 AM   (Total replies: 1)

Kinda slow under the rad cap should be sufficient.

Ken


Re: hesston 4/3/2010 8:32:59 AM   (Total replies: 2)

When does the light and alarm go off? After 10 or 20 mins of operating or right away? I wonder if its a problem with the sensor/sender for the alarm or a bad wire that has had the insulation worn through and is touching ground, or it could be a bad ground in the wire harness.

Anyway you can fit another guage or pick up a hand held temp gun to verify how warm the engine is when the alarm goes off?

The coolant is normal looking I guess? if you blow a head gasket it ...


Re: newbie with a 170 skid steer 6/27/2009 10:13:21 AM   (Total replies: 1)

Any good hydraulic shop will be able to match up the cylinder packings, that on is no big deal. Those early models of deere where made by the company that now makes Mustang (owatanna,  sp?) so you may be able to source some parts there.

Also alot of chains, sprockets and such are available from suppliers like Browning, not sure how your brakes are designed, but if its a simple disc brake setup on a shaft some place, they may be able to help. If its a wet disc clutch pack then ...


Re: newbie with a 170 skid steer 7/7/2009 9:26:06 PM   (Total replies: 1)

You should be able to find another master cylinder and wheel cylinders that will work if the originals are no longer available. Brake shoes may be tougher to come by, but I'm sure something cold be made to work if needed. Still take the parts to a few auto parts shops, parts may be common off the shelf stuff. Failing that try Mustang and let us know how you make out.

Check  www.tractorbynet.com or


Re: Congratulations Tazza For Your 10,000th Post! 6/28/2013 7:32:56 AM   (Total replies: 1)

Congrats buddy, I have not been around here much as of late, but wanted to drop in a wish you the best. Your help has been a great asset to so many.

Take Care

Ken


T190 engine miss on 3 and 4 cylinder, track tension cyl and more 7/16/2014 8:11:18 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I got this 3750hr t190 in for a customer. He bought it as a basket case. Someone put a head on it, But never bothered to clean the very dirty rad. He took the turbo off and had me put on a new one it did not need imo, before deciding its beyond him. Only running on 2 cylinders. 3 and 4 never get over 140 degrees on the exhaust manifold. Checked compression today and we are spread between 520 and 400. The 400 is one of the cylinders that is hitting. I swapped the injectors end for end and two ...

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