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|Troy Ulmer||Engine runs fine with clutch in, when I release it 'something' starts banging around in the transmission area. This happens if its in gear or not. I noticed that there are two hydralic pipes below the rod that goes from the clutch pedal, they move in and out with the banging.
|dr53054||Sounds like the Hydraulic pump to me.
|Troy Ulmer||That makes sense to me, especially since the movement I saw was on the hydraulic ends.
Is it externally accessible???
Is it needed if no hydraulics are used???
|dr53054||It's an internal pump. If you don't use the hydraulics it's not needed but you will have to tear down the tractor to access it. ( I believe)
|J41M||If the pipes are shaking back and forth,then you have something loose.Check the 4 bolts that hold the belly pumpin place.If yopu dont need the pump,simply remove the pipes and the 4 boltds and ittl fall out.BE CAREFUL!Its quite heavy.You dont need to plit the tractor to do that!
|Troy Ulmer||Sounds good. Is the belly pump the bump under the pipes that looks like an oil pan?
|Troy Ulmer||Problem. I removed the 4 bolts and the side pipes and it didn't fall. There is a fill pipe that sticks up, I removed the cap and stick but I think the pipe itself is keeping it from falling. Should I cut the pipe. Will it fall if I do. HELP.