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 05-06-2010, 22:18 Post: 170599
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I have a agracat tractor SN #20936. We are having trouble with our hydraulic fulid coming back out the fill hole, can you tell us what we need to look for.






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 05-06-2010, 23:42 Post: 170601
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Most common problem is too much fluid. If your dipstick is like mine, there's only one mark on it. I treat that one as the full mark. I don't ever add fluid until the stick comes out dry, then only add enough to bring it back up to the mark. Also - make sure to drop the front end loader (if so equipped) and rear lift BEFORE you shut off the engine. Doing so afterwards can also cause fluid to spew out the fill/vent

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 05-11-2010, 11:17 Post: 170683
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The fuild comes out there no matter how much is in there. Could there be air in the line? and if so how do we get the air out of the line?






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 05-11-2010, 16:28 Post: 170707
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Ok, then we'll move on to - wrong fluid. Most commonly used hydraulic fluid is AW32, which by formulation is non-foaming. Some folks think they can just stick any kind of oil in there. Other well-meaning folks buy a container that says AW32 - only to find out they didn't read the fine print, and bought machine oil or R&O oil instead. Both foam, and foam spews out the vent - regardless of what the dipstick says.

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 05-12-2010, 05:48 Post: 170723
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If you have a leak in one of the suction lines air will cause the same problem,check all your lines,is the hyraulic fluid clear ? does it have any foam in it ?

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 05-12-2010, 19:34 Post: 170736
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Yes it has lots of foam coming out the fill spout. We will check the lines for leaks.






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 05-13-2010, 08:25 Post: 170742
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I noticed that the reply from Tommy Laskowski of Affordable Tractor Sales said it had been "Moderator edited to remove the advertising content." This is the only tractor forum I've seen that has done that and I'm rather surprised. I've never seen Tommy paste any big flashing ads in his replies, merely a link to his company website so owners can easily reach them for parts and/or assistance.

Tommy obviously spends a considerable amount of time every week reading several of these boards and answering peoples' questions and offering free, expert advice. To remove part of his post as "advertising" seems a bit craven to me. (Or does the moderator perhaps own a competing business?)

These forums are supposedly there to provide support for owners - discouraging a certified expert on these specific machines who is willing to give free advice is, frankly nuts. You're not going to get many pros to offer their help if they can't even post links to their businesses. They are investing their time and experience and that merits some quid pro quo, I should think.

Rich Waugh - who has received much-appreciated advice from Affordable Tractor Sales






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 05-13-2010, 08:34 Post: 170744
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Rich, thanks for the positive comments, thats why I do not check this board much,

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 05-13-2010, 14:26 Post: 170756
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I don't blame you, Tommy. Under the same circumstances I'd probably just blow them off altogether. And that may account for the rather limited readership they have compared to Chinese Tractor World, TractorByNet, Chinese Tractor Owner's Association and even that goofball Joe's silly site.

When you set up a discussion forum and don't let the best sources you could have derive any benefit from it you wind up with few, if any, experts to provide the backbone necessary to keep it going. I don't have any way of knowing if that is a site policy here or just one volunteer moderator's way of feeling important, but it sure doesn't make sense to me.

I expect I'll be pretty scarce around here, myself.






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 05-13-2010, 15:08 Post: 170757
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I am only a member here. Not sure who the moderator that made the deletion but the best I know no moderator here has a business interest that would be in conflict or competition with a dealership or parts or garage. In the years I have been here have found this site to be very fair in what they allow.

At same time any site is a business and any site that has paying ads they must protect them. As a business owner I appreciate that. (not a tractor related business in any manner unless we insure your tractor) Again as member only there have attempts to post free sales info several times recently and to me rightly removed and think that has caused any thing perceived as ads to be noticed.

Is it possible a member or moderator or even owner could take stronger action than might should or say something stronger than need be of course. It has been my experience both moderators and owner are very open to a decent discussion and yes there have been some very honest and frank discussions on the site here.

Just in case you are not aware of it there are some very fine dealers who are here often and others which are very knowledgeable. I have played on other sites off and on and based upon only my experience rather play in a pool of people I can respect than an ocean of people who run each other down or just keep saying the same thing over and over.

It would be my suggestion to start a thread on suggestions to improve the site if that is your desire.






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