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Tazza has contributed to 11,655 out of 75,762 total posts (15.38% of total).
Most Recent Posts:
Re: New holland to bob tech conversion plate DIY 9/16/2014 3:20:54 PM   (Total replies: 1)
That is pretty fancy, how has it held up to being worked hard?

Re: Re posted 753 Hydraulic problem 9/21/2014 4:13:40 PM   (Total replies: 1)

The switch is glued into the handle, not as simple as removing and replacing it.

When you activate the aux hydraulics, what happens when you try and pull the coil off the stems? They should be pulling back at it.

Over time the stems stick inside, if the coils are good, and the switch makes the moth magnetize the issue is the stems.


Re: BOBCAT 773 DRIVE CHAIN SIZE ????? 9/16/2014 2:41:02 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Talk to a bearing supply shop, they should be able to sort you out.

Re: Broken Stud / Lugs 9/14/2014 8:26:05 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I have removed ones that were broken off with an air hammer too. I pulled them back through the hub when doing up the wheel nuts. Careful not to over do it and snap the new one off though.

Re: Re posted 753 Hydraulic problem 9/21/2014 11:53:25 PM   (Total replies: 1)

With the coils removed, they un-screw from the control block.

If you swap the stems and the problem moves, it is the stem.

Do not touch them with emery paper.

If you confirm tha the stem is at fault, you can try and disassemble it to free it up.

Get a set of soft jaws for your vice or aluminium for between the jaws and the base of the stem. The part with the Orings. With it secured un-srew it with a spanner on the large hex 3/4” i think. With it open, ...


Re: Re posted 753 Hydraulic problem 9/22/2014 7:55:06 PM   (Total replies: 1)

Dan has a good point.

The splices you have seen, are any bare and possibly touching thengs they shouldn't?

There is a good possibility the reason this was done is the previous owner replaced the hand grips or handle. You need to remove the wires from the connector to do this, they may have been lazy and just cut it off.


Re: Re posted 753 Hydraulic problem 9/23/2014 2:38:01 PM   (Total replies: 1)

Move the stems, see if the problem moves, if it does, it is a stem issue.

What happens if you enable the aux hydraulics then try and slide teh coils off the stems. Do they feel like they are being pulled back down? This would indicate power is going to the coil when there shouldn't be. If not, it sounds like the stem is just sticking once it has been operated.


Re: Re posted 753 Hydraulic problem 9/22/2014 2:44:05 PM   (Total replies: 1)

If you use a meter on the coils, look for resistance.

With the engine running and aux engaged, there should be voltage at the connectors for the coils.

You should be able to apply power to the coils and feel the stems click lightly. Just don't keep them powered this way as they are not all 12v


Re: 98 753 Fan Belt Tensioner/Belt issue causing overheating 9/23/2014 2:40:40 PM   (Total replies: 0)

Don't rule out the blower is locking up. Ensure the gear oil level is correct.

With the belt off, make sure the bearings feel smooth.

The tensioners do fail as well, the springs can break too so there is no tension on the belt to stop it slipping.


Re: New holland to bob tech conversion plate DIY 9/23/2014 2:18:31 PM   (Total replies: 0)

That's what we want to hear, a project that works and works well after a good test!

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