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Title: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: Vautour on January 20, 2019, 01:51:43 PM
............ hi guys.bought this IH30 two years ago that had a seized up 100HP gas job.. and installed a130HP John Deer marine engine in it's place...lots a power and very fuel efficient... my power steering is on the weak side... any suggesting ???(http://forestryforum.com/gallery/albums/userpics/53405/20170217_104330.jpg?easyrotate_cache=1548009910)
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: thecfarm on January 20, 2019, 05:43:29 PM
Yea,have it trucked to Chesterville,Maine. :D   :D 
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: Bruno of NH on January 20, 2019, 05:48:20 PM
That will push some snow
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: Vautour on January 20, 2019, 06:03:28 PM
   Thecfarm.... haha  good one...the problem is I don't know where Chesterville is??... besides....i'll be needing this after you stop sending this snow storm north of your boarder...(don't believe this was part of the new trade deal between US and Canada) :D ...  should have written (first Dodge Ram) in the last pics
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: thecfarm on January 20, 2019, 09:49:14 PM
I will send directions. Check your mail. :D  :D  :D  :D
I was lucky,only got maybe a foot. But the wind made the storm worse than what it was. And I do mean wind. :o
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: mike_belben on January 20, 2019, 10:02:18 PM
You need to determine if you have low pressure and good cylinders, or good pressure and bad cylinders first.  If you just want to dive in and take stuff apart, the relief valve is always a good place to find a tiny piece of junk gumming up the works.   If you have a temp gun, find the hottest spot in the sytem.  Fluid doing no work dissipates its energy as heat.  If thats near a relief valve, walla.  Also check temp on your steer valve, it could be worn.  Could be the pump, could be a flow control valve or bad tee causing a pressure drop, etc etc.  Trick is to narrow this all down in an efficient fashion.  Let us know what you find. 
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: Vautour on January 22, 2019, 04:12:53 AM
          Thanks Mike_belban for the tips... will do the temp gun thing after next storm... just hopping its nope the steering box itself :'(...process of elimination rightthumbs-up... was talking to my cousin last night who had a  loader problem and everybody told him it sound like the injector pump..soooo after a $3500 pump rebuilt.. turned out to be a head gasket (me :D :D) (him :'( :'()just kidding, I did show compassion... Prov 14;12   
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader(stump removal)
Post by: Vautour on January 22, 2019, 06:02:20 AM
 
 stump removal (http://forestryforum.com/gallery/albums/userpics/53405/20180522_101706.jpg?easyrotate_cache=1548154823)
 
(http://forestryforum.com/gallery/albums/userpics/53405/20180522_101655.jpg?easyrotate_cache=1548154823)
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: thecfarm on January 22, 2019, 06:14:33 AM
If I dig out my stumps,I get one stump and 40 rocks. Than I have to go get dirt to fill the hole, one stump and 40 rocks made. Than I find 40 more rocks to fill up one stump hole. ::) 
When I had my land logged he used my road to the back field,made a mess of it. He brought his excavator over to smooth it back up. I was digging in a place to get dirt,hard on a tractor. I had him dig in that area and had him pile it up for me. Still have rocks in it,but at least it's all loose dirt and rocks now.
Title: Re: 73Int.H30 loader
Post by: mike_belben on January 22, 2019, 02:43:19 PM
Nice ripper.  For little grubbing i found a single moldboard bottom plow works great.  Make a pass on each side and turn it over.