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Touch Control rebuild

Postby minderbinder3 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:46 pm

Just my luck. When I found the time and got the Cub pulled into the shop to rebuild her Touch Control...the pictures describing the process are no longer visible in the Cub Book of Knowledge.

Can somebody please re-post them or attach them to this topic?

Also who has the rebuild kits for sale?

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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby raystractors » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:01 pm

If you will pm me with an email address, I will send you what I have.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby MO,CUBS » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:22 pm

TM tractor parts has them I just got mine on Friday they ship very fast.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby 64/67lo-boy » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:44 pm

Does the Kit from TM have everything in it you need to do a TC unit Rebuild not including the pump or the filter? My unit leaks past the seals and down the side of my torque tube.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby Arthur Luke » Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:54 pm

64/67lo-boy wrote:Does the Kit from TM have everything in it you need to do a TC unit Rebuild not including the pump or the filter? My unit leaks past the seals and down the side of my torque tube.

Here is the link to the How To
http://www.farmallcub.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=141&t=42857
The pics are there. The kit from TM has all the o rings and gaskets needed to rebuild. Make sure you order the one for your TC.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby Rudi » Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:24 pm

minderbinder3 wrote:Just my luck. When I found the time and got the Cub pulled into the shop to rebuild her Touch Control...the pictures describing the process are no longer visible in the Cub Book of Knowledge.

Can somebody please re-post them or attach them to this topic?

Also who has the rebuild kits for sale?

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The links in the CBoK work fine - How To Rebuild A Touch Control Reservoir IH Part # 360 719 R1
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby minderbinder3 » Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:07 pm

You guys will have to bear with me on this topic I only use my 49 Cub to mow our pasture with and I won't need it for a few more months, so I am taking my time rebuilding the TC. I apologize for not being able to view the pictures earlier...I guess the computer I was working on did not have the proper viewer.

Anyways, I got the TC off today and now have the back and bottom of the block removed as well. Should I be looking for anything defective that was causing problems? So far the only thing I see was that the screen had a good tear in it but everything else seems alright. I am pretty sure that it has never been broken into because the bolt heads appear to have original paint on them.

Also, my main question is what specifically would cause the fluid to drain out through the crankcase?

Thanks for all of your assistance and patience.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby bythepond88 » Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:37 pm

If hydraulic fluid getting into the crankcase is the problem, then you need to rebuild the pump, not the touch control. The pump is driven from either the crank or the cam gear, and hydraulic fluid leaks past the pump shaft seal into the front cover, and from there drains into the crankcase.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby minderbinder3 » Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:04 pm

That is some good advice there. I will probably go ahead and rebuild what I can of the TC while I've got it apart.

Does anybody sell rebuilt pumps?
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby bob in CT » Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:06 pm

A pump kit does not amount to much more than a couple of O-rings. :D
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby minderbinder3 » Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:36 pm

I have taken off the TC and the TC pump and will be calling TM to order the rebuild kits tomorrow. My oil strainer has a small tear in it but still has its original shape and appears functional. I was thinking about order one of them as well but they are very expensive ($60). Can I still use mine or am I better off getting a new one?
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby Rudi » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:04 pm

Get a new one. You will just have to break it down again if you don't.
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby Bill Hudson » Thu Jan 17, 2013 11:26 pm

One word of caution on the TC rebuild, get the rebuild kit, take the TC apart, clean it up, reassemble. Don't take too long between disassembly and reassembly. Trust me on that. I waited two weeks to reassemble my first one, what a mistake. It was like putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Now I do the whole job in one session --- much simpler!
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby minderbinder3 » Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:32 am

What is the best option for acquiring the screen?

Also, what do you suggest to clean the old parts with?
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Re: Touch Control rebuild

Postby jamieei » Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:22 am

Guys, the pictures for the block number he is referring to isn't the link that was posted above. Those pictures were deleted it says. It's the same block I have, the one that you have to grind down a 3/4" deep socket so it has two tangs to unscrew the (safety valve?) I finally put mine together the other day after it had sat unassembled for about a year... If you get a good parts diagram, it's not hard to reassemble. Before I took mine apart, I degreased the outside really good and got all the paint and grime off with that and a wire wheel. I bought a cheap bore brush set from harbor freight that had brass and nylon brushes to clean out the bores. Lots of compressed air and a angle hook pick to stick and pull the o rings out without touching metal. seems like I remember suspending the block in a tank of degreaser mix and using some brake cleaner to get most of the oil out so the air nossle could get all the rest out. I used q tips in tight spots followed by plenty of air again to get out any fuzz. Be clean! I also used silicone O ring grease (used to lube scuba o rings) and worked it into the rings and greased the valves and everything lightly for initial lubrication.
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Guess I should have taken pics while I was reassembling!!! maybe I'll take the head off and take some before I refill it.
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