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310a slow hydraulics revisited

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by sbarrett, Jan 20, 2015.

  1. sbarrett

    sbarrett Well-Known Member

    Feb 16, 2011
    engine builder ,machinist
    i do have the manual on file,but finding somebody local that has the proper flowmeter may be a challenge.the manual does show the test fixture and has the specs,i geuss i will put out a few feelers and see what i come up with,i really do appreciate everyones input,thanks a bunch,Steve
    Eddie Garcia Jr likes this.
  2. Eddie Garcia Jr

    Eddie Garcia Jr New Member

    Somerville tx
    The steering valve has a check valve in it were flow comes in or out you can notice it I bet ball in there is messed up or spring I bet that’s your problem with steering drifting and as for foward going in slow I bet reverser broke a spring in side also in the tech Manuel it tells you how to fix and shim to not get late shifts and on the pump in front there is a filter screen on the bottom but on the head of pump check that cause rubber finds it’s way