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ericlb

07-29-2015 14:17:16
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i recently bought a john deere 850, utility tractor,knowing it needed some tlc, it works, and it has a mounted loader, [ not q/a style] and a 3 point backhoe, the loader runs off the tractors internal hydraulic pump the backhoe runs off a pot pump, is there any way to increase the volume on these? both seem to operate slow, and the back hoe will only make 1 move at a time, maybe thats all it does, just asking

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CharlieNJ

08-05-2015 06:44:47
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On the tractor"s hydraulics, there is a spin on filter and a fair size screen. Drain the fluid, pull the round plate at the bottom of the transmission and clean or replace the screen. Change the fluid and the spin on. It works wonders. Just changing the spin on isn"t enough.

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