Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby Dale Finch » Wed Jun 22, 2011 7:56 am

Hey Pabst, if you are missing working on your SA, come on down...I am in the "now how did this go together?" phase!!! :lol:

Just hope I took enough photos!

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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby Pabst » Wed Jun 22, 2011 9:14 am

Gee Whiz DaleF,
With my teardown, I photo areas that I knew were going to be tricky for me to reassemble. And I used photos and commentary posted on this site from Artc, BDFinch and others. My father-n-law though I was nuts doing photo sessions! It is together and running great! I did not complete the same as you, sandblasted prior to overhauling. I completed my first cub the 56 in the same fashion. But, the person that did the painting did not do a stellar performance. Although, I purchased good paint it shines like the dickens!
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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby Rudi » Wed Jun 22, 2011 8:37 pm

You don't need a loader to dead end a Touch Control system. Ask me.. I did it not once, not twice, not even three times but count em -- 4 times :!: For me I learned that once you install the by-pass block you best have a jumper to ensure you have a complete circuit. Even though I learned this rather quickly, I did not appreciate some of the ideas that were expressed in the How Not To Do Hydraulics thread. Had I understood hydraulics a little better then, I would not have dead headed the system 3 more times. I would have known to install a Pressure Relief Valve after the valves and before the return to the reservoir. I finally learned this while I was finishing up my Building a Cub Mounted Wood Splitter - Part 4.

Bob, do you have a Pressure Relief Valve with that 1000 loader? Since the IH 1000 Loader Owner's Manual states that the by-pass block must be removed if the loader is removed, then I would think that they system does not have a built in Pressure Relief Valve. I would add one... :roll: :idea: :)
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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby spaceghost » Wed Jun 22, 2011 9:29 pm

Rudi wrote:Bob, do you have a Pressure Relief Valve with that 1000 loader? Since the IH 1000 Loader Owner's Manual states that the by-pass block must be removed if the loader is removed, then I would think that they system does not have a built in Pressure Relief Valve. I would add one... :roll: :idea: :)


I don't but I don't want to have that problem again so I will go over all the data before the by pass block goes on.
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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby Jim Becker » Wed Jun 22, 2011 10:25 pm

Rudi wrote:I would have known to install a Pressure Relief Valve after the valves and before the return to the reservoir.

Bob, do you have a Pressure Relief Valve with that 1000 loader?


The pressure relief valve has to go between the bypass block and the valves. It won't do any good after the valves.

A pressure relief is built into the valves of the 1000 loader. If you remove the loader, you are removing the pressure relief.

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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby Rudi » Thu Jun 23, 2011 10:00 pm

I linked to the wrong post.. should have been Part 3.

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And yup, Jim is correct, the Pressure Relief Valve is built into the valve. Neat :D

I found it on page 13 of the LDR-1 Rev 5-3-68. It isn't on the server yet.. I can email it you need it Bob. It may also be on the PDF set as well.
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Re: Have you ever seen a grown man cry?

Postby dennisbushnell » Sat Jul 02, 2011 2:03 pm

Old timers trick, spring clothes pins on the lifter to hold them up
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