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Would like to find tie rod ends and tires for it. Below is mine with the iaeki hole digger, and the location of the panel.
It is run by the isekj, but can easily power a PTO pump. I really need a loader, but they are big money. Two days ago I decided to change the oil in the gearbox because I hadn’t done it since I owned it. I use it almost every day in the summer, and every week in the winter on our small farm. Glad to hear that you got it up and running!
Iseki Tx Hydraulic woes
The tie rod ends are shot and the tires are in rough shape. The PTO pump is one of isseki most expensive parts unfortunately. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: If I did trash my pump I’d like to find one to fit on it or if I didn’t, it would be nice to have a spare. If you shop around a bit, you can find them fairly inexpensive.
Iseeki you in Oregon? Did your tractor come with the loader, or did you add it later? Would higher quality oil fix this thing? Any advice or constructive criticism would be appreciated.
See the second post on this page for further information: Iseki Tx Hydraulic woes So I’m new to this forum and like most people I signed up because I’m having some troubles caused by my ongoing stupidity no doubt.
So I put a GM alternator on it instead.
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I’ve run it for over a year now clearing blackberries, tilling, and hauling things around in the bucket. It’s late so I don’t want to go out and look.
The ROPS were a must, but we have a grant here that pays for them. Here’s my wife acting silly on ours. Under your radiator, there is a second PTO, and I have seen the pumps connected at that point.
I think that it intimidates her a bit, yet she will drive our 4 wheeler around the property all day long. The Zena didn’t work very well.
They’ve got quite a bit of old tractor imports sitting in the weeds. Our TX runs a 4ft brush hog, a tiller the original Iseki oneand we have a hole digger.
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At least your wife will drive it, mine won’t. I was thinking about cutting them off and welding on some VW type ends. Thanks for the photo! All times are GMT Iseki Tx Hydraulic woes. I’d still like to find spares for this little guy.
One nice thing about tx13300 average is you’re not alone. Well, I thought that meant 80w gear oil.