Ive never had it done, but Ive looked around also. I have a real leaker in my 580ck, and its GOTTA come out soon. I dread pulling all those hoses off!!!
This makes 2 of us, Lol! At almost every site, they claim that it is 50% less than buying new parts. If I can have my stuff professionally rebuilt on a unit that I can not get new, why wouldn't I take advantage of that?Ive never had it done, but Ive looked around also. I have a real leaker in my 580ck, and its GOTTA come out soon. I dread pulling all those hoses off!!!
Thank you VERY much for that part #!! When you say "Hy capacity", what does that mean, or in other words, who is it or what CO is it??:dunno:Do you suspect a bad valve or spool or is it just leaking badly?
I THINK Hy Capacity's part # HH388208 is a new manufacture correct replacement 2000 psi pilot relief valve.
As my wife says 'It's a backhoe; It's going to leak.' I want to prove her wrong!
I have a serious leak coming from the valve body for the hoe. I also have a leak from somewhere on top of the swing shaft (and the shaft is sitting a 1/2 inch lower than it should be?). When I have the boom all the way out and try to lower it slowly, it kind of bangs and makes the entire tractor bounce back and forth like a see-saw. If I just shove the handle all the way front, it drops straight down without an issue. I have to fix it though, as there is no way I can run this thing safely and properly without being able to work the boom slowly.Hy-Capacity is a manufacturer/re-manufacturer of ag parts.
After putting on a new front pump the hoe now seems to have enough 'oomph' so I'm not planning to replace the pressure relief unit at this time.