International Harvester 2000 Loader Manual

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International Harvester 2000 Loader Manual

Parts Manual for International Harvester 2000 Loader Attachment This Parts Manual contains 192 pages of helpful information. The manual is a digitally enhanced reproduction of the OEM manual and is bound for a lifetime of use. A must have for any International Harvester 2000 owner. Notes: Attaches to Various Tractors - Rare Year / Serial Number: Sample Page(s) from Parts Manual Which Manual Do I Need? There are 3 main types of manuals, each with a specific purpose. Some manuals combine types (i.e.

International Harvester 2000 Loader

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Parts + Operators, etc.), but the basic function of the manual types remain the same and are as follows: • Service Manual (SVC) - The service manual (Shop manual or Repair manual) tells you how to take the machine apart, fix it, and put it back together. It is written in the language of a mechanic and may include valuable detailed information such as specifications, torques, ranges, etc.

If you are serious about repairs or restoration, you need the service manual. • Parts Manual (PTS) - The parts manual has exploded views of all parts on the machine, giving great detail on assembly and disassembly. It also includes a guide for ordering parts. It picks up where service manuals leave off. If you do your own repairs, you need the parts manual. • Operators Manual (OPT) - The operators manual (Owners manual) came with the tractor. It gives the owner/operator instructions, shift patterns, capacities (anti freeze, crankcase, etc.) and adjustment procedures (brakes, clutch, etc.).

This is a critical tool for operating and maintaining your machine. • Complete Kits - Get all the manuals for your machine plus a few other perks and ensure you will not be missing critical information in the middle of your repair job.

Very good loader, 2000 meant it had an operating capacity of 2000lbs ( I beleive) parts are easy to come. Hydraulic cylinders are a dream to work on. With a 7 foot bucket, you might want to check your pins and bushings as it would be easier to replace before you put them on.

The bushings are usually VERY tight to install. C50t Manual. I had to use a press and shrink them with liquid nitrogen on my 3000 loader. I never heard of using tractor hydraulic controls on the loader. Whats the details on that.

Do you get ot float the boom? Open center control valves are pretty cheap to get (northern hydraulics, mcmaster-carr, etc) check for cracks at where the subframe mounts to the rear axle. The other thing we have done is to put 'graphaloy' 1/16' gasket material at the front subframe where the loader frame is allowed to move within the subframe bolted to the front boltser.

Keeps it from squeaking when it bounces around. I have a 3000 loader on my 2504, a friend of mine has a 2000 loader up the street. They are a little different in certain areas (pivot points etc) but same general design. I never heard of using tractor hydraulic controls on the loader. Whats the details on that. Do you get ot float the boom?

That's the whole point on a farm tractor. You use the tractor's hydraulic system, including the built-in remotes, to run the loader. No extra equipment to buy. Easy removal and installation of the loader; no plumbing in hard-to-reach areas and oil all over the place. I'd never run a loader off the remote valves..Pumb a separate valve for the loader, either a two spool valve with float, or a joystick plug it into the tractor hydraulics and tie the handle back. My neighbors have a Westendorf on a 186 Hydro and run it with the tractor valves, nothing but a PITA to use IMO. I had a three spool valve from Cross on my 504 and Kelley loader(One for up/down on loader frame, one for the same on the bucket, and a extra for the bale grabber) which worked pretty good.

I had the valve attached to the loader frame and it came off with the loader, only two hoses to plug into the tractor. I'd never run a loader off the remote valves..Pumb a separate valve for the loader, either a two spool valve with float, or a joystick plug it into the tractor hydraulics and tie the handle back.

My neighbors have a Westendorf on a 186 Hydro and run it with the tractor valves, nothing but a PITA to use IMO. I had a three spool valve from Cross on my 504 and Kelley loader(One for up/down on loader frame, one for the same on the bucket, and a extra for the bale grabber) which worked pretty good. I had the valve attached to the loader frame and it came off with the loader, only two hoses to plug into the tractor.