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Maintenance - Service & Repair / Re: 825 steering issue
« Last post by sd825 on June 24, 2019, 02:43:26 PM »
Well it's a bit late but wanted to follow up on this in case it can help someone else someday. I replaced the power steering pump and that was indeed the problem. $150 bucks and a pretty quick and easy job, and I had a functioning tractor again (the day before a 2 ft blizzard blew in, thank goodness that part showed up!). One of the rubber lines running from the power steering unit to the diff lock was split and dumped all the steering oil when I tried to engage the diff lock. That was probably the source of my slow leak, but it was a full on gusher when I tried to use the diff lock. Thanks for the help!
Member Introductions / 3 point linkage wonít lift
« Last post by davidthurtell on June 09, 2019, 02:14:51 AM »
Bought a 2nd hand Belarus MTZ 900. Fitted a hydraulic post hole digger, but the 3 point linkage arm wonít lift. Need to get it high enough to lift the auger so that it is vertical and canít putting downward pressure and start drilling. What is the possible solution please?
Maintenance - Service & Repair / Re: Belarus 820 transmissiom problem
« Last post by damengineer on June 08, 2019, 10:55:25 AM »
You did nt specify whick high/low was out of gear.  If it is the one on the gearshift, then  I always pull or push the shift lever into the desired gear and let out the clutch to make sure it is fully engaged.  You can tell by the engine or trans noise.  Then I put it into the desired gear for work.   If you are talking about the high low 25% reduction on the little lever in the floor, I have had this one slop out due to mud and junk built up under the pedal lever....Hope this helps.  Rarely is there any real damage inside the transmission.  I believe that geabox could easily handle over 100 hp....
MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: 822 vs 825
« Last post by damengineer on June 08, 2019, 10:44:27 AM »
my tractor looks just likie the one in the picture and has 825 on the hood.  I am the 3rd owner..
MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: 98 belarus 2045 4x4 issues
« Last post by damengineer on June 08, 2019, 10:43:02 AM »
Any report on what was found???
MTZ Tractors - Current Models / 3 point hitch Cat dimensions
« Last post by damengineer on June 08, 2019, 10:38:29 AM »
My 1220.4 has cat 2, 3 point hitch.   The distance between the lower links is supposed to be 32.48 in according to ASAE specs.  When the arms are spread to 32.48in, the arms are so slanted due to the narrow distace between the lifting arms at the top deck.  This causes a bind when raising sometimes enough to release the quick connect on the balls, and also when I use the hydraulic top link to grade with my box blade.  I bent a 1-1/8 in dia pin in the quick attach frame due to this binding..  The lower lift arms need to be off set more to allow a wider distance for cat 2 equipment.   this is a cat 2 tractor,  CAt 1 implements are not robust enough to hold up to this tractor.. 

I have emailed Arie a couple of times about this.....  I question if the tractor has the correct lower arms perhaps these should be on a lower horsepower model.   They are heavy enough for this tractor..  If the factory has no modifiction available, thei I have no choice but to widen the offset on the lower lift arms.  The method that immediately comes to mind is to cut the arms behind the offset and weld in a spacer block of 1in solid steel or more whatever is needed to create a lift arm that is perpendicular with the axle centerline when expanded to cat 2 dimensions. 
 I have attached a crude schematic as to what is occurring when the arms are spread to cat2 dimensions.

I searched your tractor on You Tube is this the set up you have with two 6 volt batteries in series?  If your missing the connector to hook the 2 together i'd just make a cable to fit. If you have no spare ends or cables around the farm then go to an auto parts store like napa or something and buy a short universal battery cable, cut to size and hook a universal top post clamp on the other end.  If you haven't done this sort of stuff before just take your batteries along and show them what your need to hook together they'll have something to work or parts to make a little top post cable etc.

Maintenance - Service & Repair / my place was flooded, how to link batteries
« Last post by tractorman on May 29, 2019, 10:27:08 AM »
I bought two batteries for my AN400 but when I went to connct them, there was a ground cable on one side and both cables on the other but no part to connect them. Would someone please tell me (or post a link to a part) that I need to chain the two batteries together? Please

My farm was flooded in a couple weeks ago it caused alot of damage Ive got to get my tractor running to fix stuff
MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: Power steering cylinder leaking
« Last post by Marcel on May 15, 2019, 07:26:40 PM »
Ok. Thanks!  I added some Lucas power steering leak seal to it today. Hope I didnít screw up!
Maintenance - Service & Repair / Re: Belarus 820 transmissiom problem
« Last post by Haymaker on May 15, 2019, 06:59:41 PM »
 On my old 825 I've had it slip out of gear the odd time out of the blue.  Does that have the steel or plastic dash?
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