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post #1 of 5 Old 02-03-2010, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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Ford 1920 with Loader Problems

I have a Ford 1920 with a Ford 7108 loader. When the engine is running, the front bucket will roll down on its own very slowly. This occurs when the tractor is running or not. both bucket cylinders are not leaking from the outstide, and I cannot hear fluid seeping by the joystick control valve.

What do I need to check or Replace?
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post #2 of 5 Old 02-03-2010, 09:03 AM
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Re: Ford 1920 with Loader Problems

I would start with the control linkage adjustment, then valve or valve body o rings. I also assume their no puddle on the floor, bad fitting/hose.

Here's a link to part break down and Description, hope this helps John

http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/p...front-end.html

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Re: Ford 1920 with Loader Problems

One or both of the bucket cylinders could be leaking by internally. You could check it by removing the hoses and plugging them to seperate them from the valve.

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Re: Ford 1920 with Loader Problems

If it is only bucket curl then I would suspect the cylinders. But if you want to try a quick test, swap the lines on the valve assembly between the lift cylinders and the curl cylinders. If the curl still drifts then it's the cylinders not the valve.

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Re: Ford 1920 with Loader Problems

Has anyone changed the king pins on a Model 1920 two wheel drive. Is there a complete kit or do I need to buy each part separately? Any hints on how to do it well?
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