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Tractor Repair/2005 5700 kubato tractor


roadrash wrote at 2014-11-18 17:28:22
I just talked to a New Holland owner who had almost the exact problem. He paid several mechanics before they found it. Seems some manufacturers put a shut off bolt at various places in the hydraulic system, I guess to limit leakage when work is being done. If the hydraulic works on one end of tractor and not the other, go looking for a small metal block with a limiter bolt that has backed out.  The New Holland is under the shifter rod bolt. All that was need was to run the bolt back in. (If it were me having this problem, I would use a bolt measurer and get a second bolt to go in this hole and lock this problem from ever happening again by accident!

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Uglymechanic aka Drew


Tractor repair on newer models of tractors from the last twenty or so years. Antique tractors are not my thing. Electrical , Hydraulic and Air Conditioning expert.


I have been a field service Mechanic for 13 years. I have worked for John Deere,Case IH,Kubota,and Bobcat Dealerships.

I have a AS degree in diesel Technology.I graduated from the California state apprenticeship program in Farm Equipment repair.

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I am the only person as of 2004 to pass all of the technician tests for the OPE (outdoor power equipment) given by EETC (equipment and engine training council)

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