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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: Belarus/MTZ hydraulic pump upgrade
« Last post by damengineer on March 09, 2020, 10:32:36 AM »
Talked to Ray and he also said the pump was a left hand rotation.  However I found this one on Ebay that is for the MTZ 80 & 82 which I believe is the same tractor as my 822 & 8345.  I believe this pump can be run either direction.   I am going to try it. 
here is the link...https://www.ebay.com/itm/NSH-50YZ-3L-NSH50U3-BELARUS-HYDRAULIC-PUMP/142606509566
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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: 822 ground switch upgrade
« Last post by arie515 on February 28, 2020, 03:09:49 PM »
I will email you a link to download 800 series manuals. Hope you will find there what you're looking for.
Arie
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My old 822 starter worked one day the next it wouyld not do anything.  I could only hear the 12/24 switch engage.  I finally made a remote starter switch and connected it while holding a volt meter on the starter terminals.   I had 24v to the starter and then 214v to the solenoid but it was not working.  One of the 3 screws that hold the solenoid on to the starter had fallen out and the solenoid was slightly off center and binding the plunger inside.  I had checked this by crossing the big starter terminals while engaging the switch. 

Just  FYI
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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / 822 ground switch upgrade
« Last post by damengineer on February 28, 2020, 12:00:48 PM »
My 822 ground switch is the old pushbutton stylle switch.  My arthritis has got bad enough that I can't push the button in.  My wife always had trouble with it.   I have lubricated the stem also and it still is just too hard to push.  I have a couple of the newer style ground switches, for my 8345, but the newer switch is not as deep as the old one and will not make connection to the grounding bracket at the bottom of the switch to the cab.  I cannot find a part number for the bracket for a 8345 as I don't have parts manuals for the 8000 & 9000 series.  The newer style switch will work, but there is a lot of modifications to the bracket needed to make it work.   a bracket from an 8345 would solve the problem...  Also I would like to have a sert of parts manuals for the 8345
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Update on my OEM starter (bad ground) also I used a flexible 3/8 wobbly 12 point 17mm using a 24inch long extension easygoing.
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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: Belarus/MTZ hydraulic pump upgrade
« Last post by arie515 on February 13, 2020, 09:16:50 PM »
What you need is ns50 or nsh50 hydraulic pump with the correct rotation.

We stock NSH 50 original pump in North America.
Not sure 100% if it's exactly the one that you need.
Please call our parts manager Ray 1-855-246-4689 x222
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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: Belarus/MTZ hydraulic pump upgrade
« Last post by Harvester93 on February 12, 2020, 12:55:21 AM »
What you need is ns50 or nsh50 hydraulic pump with the correct rotation. I think the big kirovets use this pump, but the rotation is left hand. This company in Estonia can supply it, https://www.pmkaubamaja.ee/eng/ns50a-3-hydraulic-pump-rh-round-vzta.html . They did tell me they can ship to Canada so I assume they can ship to USA. It's the same model the guy in the video used, however he used a different brand. If you go on the manufactures website they have all the dimensions of the pumps, the factory one the tractors fit and these higher output versions.
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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Re: Belarus/MTZ hydraulic pump upgrade
« Last post by damengineer on February 02, 2020, 11:54:11 PM »
I found the supplier of the higher volume pump.  http://www.jihostroj.com/  I looked at the original video.  Getting one to the USA is going to be a problem.   I would like to find one with threaded ports, a t least on the output side.  If I was doing the installation as shown on the video, I would have made the intake elbow coupled with a rubber hose.   That way the exact measurements would not have to be so close.  Also makes it easier to remove....  I would sure like to find one soon as I have my 8345 torn down to the pump to install a joystick valve for the loader.
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did you get an answer yet Ritchie?
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Hey all,
So I've just switched from the city to a small farm, and have just purchased a 1996 Belarus 572A - my first tractor.  After spending five hours playing with the batteries, I've finally got it cranked up and moving.


Unfortunately I can only seem to get reverse and 1st gear working. Am I missing something?  I move the shift upwards/downwards from centre with the clutch in, but then I release the clutch and nothing happens. Revs are up but there's no movement, like it's still in neutral.


It's the "newer model" shift referred to in the manual - i.e. there's no knob to turn (I kinda wish there was...), rather you move the shift to the left and then up for high range, down for low range, then select gear in a |-|-| pattern.


It's also kinda hard to feel these multiple junctions with the shift... anyone else experienced this? Any ideas on how to get the "touch?


Cheers
Ritchie
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