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Do you have any photos of your tractor? Under your radiator, there is a second PTO, and I have seen the pumps connected at that point. I was thinking about cutting them off and welding on some VW type ends.

I could provide you with details about the front pump if you are interested. Our TX runs a 4ft brush hog, a tiller the original Iseki oneand we have a hole digger.

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If I did trash my pump I’d like to find one to fit on it or if I didn’t, it would isekii nice to have a spare. Here’s my isski acting silly on ours. I had mine loaded to add extra ballast. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Iseki Tx Hydraulic woes I guess I’ll reply to my own thread. Any advice or constructive criticism would be appreciated. Iseki Tx Hydraulic woes Not one to leave a thread hanging. Two days ago I decided to change the oil in the gearbox because I hadn’t done it since I owned it.

Results 1 to 10 of So I put a GM alternator on it instead. New belt tomorrow and I’ll have a portable welder!


I’m new to tractors and I’m glad I’m around to learn something new about my TX. I figured I was doing right by flipping the seat up and reading the label. Other trademarks on this page are the property of their respective owners. One nice thing about being average is you’re not alone. The spare hydraulic pumps are expensive, but there are a few on eBay right now. The ROPS were a must, but we have a grant here that pays for them.

They got them over night and were quite reasonable. Well, I isrki that meant 80w gear oil. I use it almost every day in the summer, and every week in the winter on our small farm. By clicking the button below, you agree to the TractorByNet.

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I read a bit about Accel oil being total crap but I’m having a hard time believing they could legally sell it if xt1300 behaves like this in an old tractor. They’ve got quite a bit of old tractor imports sitting in the weeds. The time now is Most of the parts are very inexpensive. I live in New Hampshire, and we have very hilly terrain here since we are at the base of a pretty steep mountain. I soaked it in gasoline, hosed it with compressed air a lot, izeki now things are back to perfect.


Below is mine with the post hole digger, and the location of the panel. I know a ton of places to get parts if you need any, and I know where they sell the TX decals if you decide to restore it someday.

I decided to keep the system sealed, and I bought a splitter with a PTO driven hydraulic pump, and it works incredible. It is a completely separate hydraulic system from the tx3100 3 point system.

It’s late so I don’t want to go out and look.

The tie rod ends are shot and the tires are in rough shape. So I put gear oil in it and the next day try to use the hydraulics but it goes all stuttery and soft-like. We will not share your e-mail address with iswki other party for any reason.

Unfortunately it was in Japanese and all I could see was the number “80”. I have a TXF, and I have changed my fluids several times.

This is the cheapest that I could find: