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Old 04-16-2015, 06:33 AM
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Send him your valves and a check for $80
They will both ship in a small flat rate USPS box.
Turn around time is about 1 week.
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The Machtech service is great. Sent in the two relief valves from the 1872 because they were leaking out the top; received them rebuilt a week later. Hydro operation is much smoother, zero leaks, and doesn't howl anymore. I'll be sending him two more soon.
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So,.. you mean that if I'm just mowing along like normal and when I stop to get a drink of water and notice that there is fluid raining down all over the ground and when I remove the center cover I see that there is hytran pissing out of the two little holes in the center of the two hexed shaped items on either side of the picture all I have to do is unscrew those two items and send them to this guy and he'll fix 'em for me? That's it? (and pay him)

Mark @ Machtech Direct
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Conneaut Ohio 44030
Phone: 440-499-5813
Email: mark.machtech@gmail.com

p.s. Already did the fluid and filter when I got it (1450) back in February.
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all I have to do is unscrew those two items and send them to this guy and he'll fix 'em for me? That's it? (and pay him)

Sounds like you got it. He turns them around very fast and does a great job.
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Or you can buy a set already done.

http://www.onlycubcadets.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=39921
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Thanks guys, so what's the difference between the autos and the manuals?, interchangeable?, advantages/disadvantages?...
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Old 07-29-2015, 08:54 PM
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Those are auto valves in your pic. Manuals have a little pin sticking out of the top and they need to be pushed down to release in order to move the tractor.
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I like the automatics. I replaced the ones in my 129 and 149 with autos.
I haven't put autos in a narrow frame but I would think there would be room.
They are taller by 1/2 to 3/4 inch.
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Old 07-30-2015, 06:03 AM
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Thanks guys, I appreciate your help.
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I just got a front axle pin from him. Excellent work.
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