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Topic: AGCO HYDRALIC LEAKS
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jason

04-30-2002 21:15:26
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I have an 8785 AGCO pile of junk that just ran out of warranty. Does anyone know why it keeps blowing hyd lines and spliting pipes?

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jason

05-14-2002 17:06:41
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Re: AGCO HYDRALIC LEAKS in reply to jason, 04-30-2002 21:15:26  
thanks john.
I did contact another dealer in NE and they told me the tractor has another year warranty left. Im thinking of trading it in on a Agco 9745. I pull a 3x3 Heston baler and I need a little bigger tractor anyway.
Does anybody know if tieing the hyd lever back with a bungie cord is the right way to flow hyd to the baler?

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John

05-14-2002 08:26:10
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Re: AGCO HYDRALIC LEAKS in reply to jason, 04-30-2002 21:15:26  
Sounds as though a regulator valve is set too high for the working pressure, what is the pressure at high idle? If one dealer isn't finding the problem, go to a different one or contact Agco direct @ Agcocorp.com. Someone should be able to help with the problem and if you have the paperwork to all the hydraulic problems, Agco will probably take an interest in it.

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