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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #11 by hair bear » Sat May 06, 2017 10:18 pm

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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #12 by Mrsmackpaul » Sun May 07, 2017 12:49 am

looks like its all systems go now
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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #13 by jani.sarkijarvi » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:20 pm

Hey I am Finnish and I myself have muirhill A5000 wheel machine. I have a problem with that machine since it went out of control pump broken, and I do not know what pump it is. I have tried to remove the pump but could not get it out of the pump is such a difficult place. Can anyone help me with this!


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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #14 by Jeremy Rowland » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:18 pm

jani.sarkijarvi wrote:Hey I am Finnish and I myself have muirhill A5000 wheel machine. I have a problem with that machine since it went out of control pump broken, and I do not know what pump it is. I have tried to remove the pump but could not get it out of the pump is such a difficult place. Can anyone help me with this!



Hi Jani and welcome :wave: which pump are you referring to? The fuel injection pump? the fuel lift pump? or the hydraulic pump? I am sure that somebody could offer you some advice. :thumbup:

Jeremy


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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #15 by jani.sarkijarvi » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:19 am

steering pump :)


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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #16 by essexpete » Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:30 pm

How about contacting this company? https://www.muir-hill.co.uk/

They appear to have recently renewed their website and there is not much on there at the moment.

So it has a separate steering pump from the main hydraulics? If so it is likely to be driven by a belt or bolted directly to the engine, usually at the front of the engine.


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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #17 by taurus MK1 » Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:01 pm

Hi Jani

Some information the steering is actuated by a flow controlled vane type pump,driven directly from the front of the transmission. The oil delivery is approximately proportional to the speed of the drive,but the volume delivered to the ram is limited by a flow control valve which bleeds off excess hydraulic oil and returns it to the hydraulic tank.
The pump is driven by a short shaft,early version had a spline one end and was keyed the transmission end,later version was splined each end. In the back of my mind I think I have heard of these shafts failing. Part number for splined both ends is 252237.
You could have a problem with the steering valve under the cab.
Now getting to that pump........! Not good as with most items on the machine,I will have a look at mine and also make an enquiry for you.

Cheers John

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Re: Muir Hill A5000

Post #18 by allistairc123 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:35 pm

Just got ours going today after sitt8ng for three years !. Very 8nterest8ng to learn there are 4 forward gears ! We thought it was very slow lol, how do you select high and low ? And I have another mystery, where is the transmission level dipstick Or sight gauge ??


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