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So I put a GM alternator on it instead.
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So I went down to True Value and got a 5 gal. I was thinking about cutting them off and welding on some VW type ends. Did I toast my pump by using gear oil initially? I decided to keep the system sealed, and I bought a splitter with a PTO driven hydraulic pump, and it works incredible. I drained the oil and sock-screened it before returning it to the case. I need new tires but priorities are elsewhere at the moment.
Iseki Tx Hydraulic woes I guess I’ll reply to my own thread.
It worked all day today and after running it hard I tried the bucket I was field mowing so I didn’t touch the bucket and holy moley, it’s not even working. The tie rod ends are shot and the tires are in rough shape.
I’d still like to find spares for this little guy. Two days ago I decided to change the oil in the gearbox because I hadn’t done it since I owned it. Immediate needs on it include tie rod ends ball joints and tires. I went out and pulled the banjo bolt and it had a nice long screen attached, and it was totally clogged!
This is the cheapest that I could find: One nice thing about being average is you’re not alone.
They’ve got quite a bit of old tractor imports sitting in the weeds. Last year, I needed a wood splitter, and I was unsure about cutting into the hydraulic lines, because I have heard nightmares about the hydraulic pumps have very little give when it comes to sediment in the lines.
I think that it intimidates her a bit, yet rx1300 will drive our 4 wheeler around the property all day long. I read a bit about Accel oil being total crap but I’m having a hard time believing they could legally sell it if it behaves like this in an old tractor. Unfortunately it was in Japanese and all I could see was the number “80”.
Iseki TX Price: €5, – Tractors – Mascus Ireland
It is a completely separate hydraulic system from the tractor 3 point system. The loader was made for a TX and they installed it. We will not share your e-mail address with any other party for any reason. Any advice or constructive criticism would be appreciated. That is an option if you wanted to speed up your loader, and seal the keep the system clean.
The PTO pump is one of the most expensive parts unfortunately. I have a TXF, and I have changed my fluids several times. My TX 4×4 has a front end loader and has been a great tractor. Glad to hear that you got it up and running!
They are pretty impressive! We lived in Idaho, and Washington State for 10 years, before moving back here. It has tons of power, and speed. If I did trash my pump I’d like to find one to fit on it or if I didn’t, it would be nice to have a spare.
Someday I’ll restore it. Thanks for the photo! I bled the lines both ways and it got worse! Most of the parts are very inexpensive. Looks like when I changed the oil it washed enough garbage down that it txx1300 the filter. The spare hydraulic pumps are expensive, but there are a few on eBay right now.