Check all the clamps and mounts if your Ford tractor is vibrating too much when using the hydraulics. I would recommend that you use a new gasket and clean both surfaces well. Replace the filter regularly to avoid problems with accumulated contamination. The dowel keeps the two parts aligned. Set your block so the fitting is on your right side. Removing the cover will allow you to replace the oring in the groove inside the steering arm hole. Besides the seals 7, 28 and associated O rings 26 what should be replaced at the same time? Any help is greatly appreciated Well, no response from the guys on the yt forum.
Measures 5 inches outside diameter, 0. Seems to me they must provide different performance parameters? For tractor models Major, Super Major, 2600, 2610, 3600, 3610, 4000, 4100, 4110, 4600, 4610, 5000, 5600, 5610, 6600, 6610, 7000, 7600. Does not include brackets, top mounted reservoir or pulley. The fluid is leaking from between the inner and outer shaft. Maybe one of their mechanics has done this before. I bought 12 directly from Ford. I just rebuilt that entire column Tractortech posted, seals 15 and 15B.
On closer inspection, the fluid is not leaking around the seal but out of some holes in the splined part of the shaft where a pin goes through it. None of the parts diagrams I can find show that pin, or the small shaft inside the splined shaft. I kept topping off the reservoir, thinking my leak was at the gearbox. Most things that have dowels aligning the two halves do no just slip apart. Hoping that if only to replace seal 7 in the diagram, less disassembly may be needed. We replaced the top seal twice, and the shaft looks good. Thanks Birdhunter1 for this post.
For steering shaft on tractors with manual steering. There is no spring in that hole. Anyway, I got everything cleaned up and put back together without too much issue. I suspect that you have a seal backwards. So hydraulic transmission fluid is same as power steering fluid? I purchased Ford 3000 1966 model at auction. I have a shop manual, and I reassembled everything according to the manual. One last question- to refill the gearbox, do I just fill it up to the fill hole on the side of the box? Tractors: 3010S, 4010S, 5100, 5110, 5600, 5610, 5610S, 5900, 6410, 6600, 6610, 6610S, 6710, 6810, 6810S, 7010, 7100, 7600, 7610, 7610S, 7810, 7810S, 8010.
I need more oil and my dealer is closed tomorrow. Start the engine and steer right. Rod side ball joint for 1964 and earlier is not available. The adjusting screw fits into a T slot in the steering shaft, so it may fall out when you remove the cover. Verify your original equipment manufacturer cylinder part number before order.
Most guys work down from the top for seal replacement, rather than pull the entire assembly out. The tractor i am working on is a 4610su. I rocked the steering wheel back and forth and watched the right steering arm as I screwed the adjusting screw in a little at a time. Start the engine and steer right. I found that my steering shaft was worn out at the top at the seal area, so I bought a new steering shaft, because of this I had to disassemble the entire steering. Inspect the power supply for the hydraulic pump and drive belt to make sure both perform to specifications. Description This Ford New Holland 2810, 2910 and 3910 tractor repair manual includes 80 pages of service, repair and maintenance information for Ford New Holland 2810, 2910 and 3910 tractors.
Our fast shipping, low prices and years of research make us your best choice when you need parts. They will shrink back into spec size. To pull the steering wheel off, remove the center nut, spray shaft with some penetrating oil, let it soak, and pull with moderate force on the wheel with hands at 3 and 9 o'clock. I was actually going to pull a loader ram hose off and aim it right in the res and fill her up. I am in the same boat.
Ford tractors use hydraulic assist systems to raise, lower or move a variety of lifts, loaders and earth-moving tools. Once the cover is off, does the steering sector shaft just slide out? The unit seems to be building pressure and pulling down engine at idle. Models: 600, 601, 800, 801, 2000, 3000, 4000. Any advice would be much appreciated. We also carry for farm tractors. Here is what happened, the said 3600 was being loaded onto a trailer, everything was working just as it should until the guy driving the tractor got the right side front tire against the side of the trailer and tried steering away from the side of the trailer. Services shafts where upper oil seal has worn a groove into shaft causing oil to leak from upper housing.
Especially when it comes to issues and repairs it's important to include as many images as possible to help our members diagnose your issue. Do you happen to know where i can find a rebuilt or used steering shaft? Go around and tighten all the plastic and stainless steel clamps and brackets. You can damage seal 28 in the bottom of the steering column, or possibly break adapter assembly 5?? Dcarter, were you able to complete your repairs? Your Needs Are Our Priority When it comes to customer satisfaction, we at Steiner Tractor Parts don't hesitate to go above and beyond to help you. When diagnosing an issue, or showing off your tractor or implement, it's important to add images so we all know what you're talking about. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co.