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    okay,in my post #25 I was saying I don't NEED the extra hydraulics but I want them!

    yes I have a lot of ideas/questons a bought this tractor!!! including the front weight bar, brakes, hydraulics, and a loader

    Thanks for the explaining the hydraulic fittings Ill need more help when it comes too doing this too my tractor!!
    Andrew

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    http://www.wfmfiles.com/download/ This link has lots of the answers you are asking. Do you have any attachments for it? If so you can match any front attachment with how it mounts for your front bracket. Your other(420/110/112) JD model attachments should help too. There is plans to make the sleeve hitch and lift strap for your tractor in that link too! No hydraulics needed. A guy on our FB page just got a smoking deal on a 67 RF with IH dozer blade/ sears plow and a bunch of other misc. brand stuff. He only got a 36 snowblower RF attachment. It all happened while I was at work. I miss lots of good deals while I am working. LOL!
    1980 317 with KT17 series 2/remote oil filter kit
    1979 317 with Onan P218G and diverter valve
    1968 112 repowered with 9HP vanguard

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    I have a tiller but that is all.but I dont have ANY JD front attchmenit for any of my tractors! I might make a (2 point) hitch for it too.Capture.jpgthat is what I mean by a (2 point hitch)
    Andrew

    1973 110,
    1972 110,
    1973 110,

    1969 112,

    1988 420,
    1981 400,

    1976 300,

    1987 160,

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    I got my (2point) hitch dune today! I have a plow I made on it right now!IMG_0966.jpgIMG_0970.jpg
    Andrew

    1973 110,
    1972 110,
    1973 110,

    1969 112,

    1988 420,
    1981 400,

    1976 300,

    1987 160,

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    when I use my rear lift on my 300 my tractor goes in reverse and if I relax it to lower my lift arm my tractor goes foreword any thing I can do for it?
    Andrew

    1973 110,
    1972 110,
    1973 110,

    1969 112,

    1988 420,
    1981 400,

    1976 300,

    1987 160,

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    Most likely loose/sloppy linkage. Each pivot point wears a little and a little here & there adds up quickly.

    Inspect hydro linkage. Move lever on instrument panel. The part that that's attached to should move instantly. Then follow to next point...moving lever, watching.

    Also, start engine and move rockshaft. See if hoses may be hitting/moving hydro linkage.

    I don't think you've got a situation where an adjustment will help, you're at repair/replace part(s). Bob
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    Okay I'll try it some times my tractor does not move when I lift my rear lift then the next time it will!!
    Andrew

    1973 110,
    1972 110,
    1973 110,

    1969 112,

    1988 420,
    1981 400,

    1976 300,

    1987 160,

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    Nice sleeve hitch there. That link I gave you before has the info/scematics for the sleeve hitch and lift strap. There is also a good hydraulic link for the trainee. It will work on any 100/200/300 series Garden tractors except the round fenders. They have a different one much like all their other parts/attachments.
    http://www.wfmfiles.com/download/
    1980 317 with KT17 series 2/remote oil filter kit
    1979 317 with Onan P218G and diverter valve
    1968 112 repowered with 9HP vanguard

    future projects
    1970 140H3 custom color april yellow
    1974 110
    1966 110H
    1965 110
    parts tractors
    1973 110
    1973 112
    1983 314
    Off color goodies
    73 Massey 8
    74 cub 1450 twin stick
    64 cub 100 project
    66 cub 123 project
    73 sears ST16
    69 sears suburban 12
    craftsman GT3000 main mower
    Yard Man 22hp W/snowblower
    Always wheeling n dealing (Spokane,WA)

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