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- Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:34 am
- Forum: DBTC Forum
- Topic: 90 series power steering problem
- Replies: 9
- Views: 179
If it was my machine I'd be draining out all the ATF from the system (including emptying the ram) and running it on the same oil as the engine uses so that no harm will be done if it ends up in the engine.
You can get oil coming out of the exhaust when it hasn't bedded in, the other possibility is that an inlet seal or oil ring has been fitted wrong. Give the tractor some hard work - a heavy trailer on hills is good, use engine braking to slow it down when going down hill. Avoid very high revs and avo...
Left handed drill bits and stud extractors are useless on seized items. If it's rusted in place tight enough to snap in the first place then the extractor will also snap. Once this happens you're in trouble, a broken extractor in a hole is difficult to deal with. Where they are effective is when the...
It's impossible to say whether they'll come off without breaking. Sometimes it's obvious that they're too corroded, often you can't tell until you've tried it. Every now and then things like this can come apart with ease, against all expectations. If you get any movement on the nuts work them back a...
- Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:25 pm
- Forum: DBTC Forum
- Topic: Where to order loader ram seal kit from (UK)?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 431
For ram seals I always take them apart and go to a place which supplies bearings, seals etc. A decent place usually has them on the shelf, or there the next day if they're an unusual size.
Well when you think about it, by the time the engine has gone through a set of exhaust valves the injectors must have seen a considerable amount of work as well. I know I'll certainly be getting mine checked when I do a valve job on my DB.
If you're removing the injectors (which isn't such a bad idea while the head is off) it wouldn't be a daft idea to send them off to be checked out - round my way injectors are tested for free and you only pay for parts and adjustments, so getting them checked when they're out makes sense.
If the seat is in good condition you can usually just lap a new valve in, but really you'd probably be best finding a place that does head work and get them to cast an experienced eye over it and make sure the job gets done right. Generally machining work on heads is pretty cheap.
A point to bear in mind is that fuel can wax up in the fuel filter, so even with a magnetic tank heater it's possible that the filter can get blocked when it's sat in freezing temperatures. Worth making sure that you've a spare available.
As far as I know (I used to wrap thousands of bales, but only with one wrapper) wrappers just need a continuous oil feed from a spool and of course a return. An electric supply is needed for those with a control box, some are all manually controlled. I can't see any reason why a 1390 wouldn't be goo...
To test the clearance between the crank and new bearings feeling for play isn't suitable, plastigauge isn't expensive and tells you what's what. Check in a couple of different positions where possible to check for being out of round. https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/173609836432?chn=ps[url] [/url] I too wou...
- Wed Jun 05, 2019 10:14 pm
- Forum: DBTC Forum
- Topic: Leak in catch knob/ramshaft cover- 880 Implematic
- Replies: 13
- Views: 1001
Metal spraying is a very, very useful process that can repair many kinds of worn parts to new (if not better) condition. However, on a pin like this I wouldn't be doing that, it's such a straightforward machining job that it would be quicker and easier to make it from fresh material. Welding produce...
The stop may be easy enough to fix, but if the pump isn't delivering fuel to each injector then I think your best bet is to find somewhere that repairs injector pumps, they're specialist equipment - one of the few things on a DB that isn't a straightforward DIY job. While you're at it send the injec...
Looks like those used on many other models (including the 995) - I recently had to replace one which snapped and found that there's usually a few available on eBay, though some of the prices are on the high side but they are available. It may be a little harder getting one to your location, but you ...