B1400. What is this?

Carl in France

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Equipment
B1400, a box and a single blade plough!
Sep 4, 2019
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Haute Pyrénées
Hello all,

I had the seat off today and was wondering what this plate with the bulge is and what the orange painted bolt is for.
I am pondering the idea of hydraulic connectors as the tractor has none so am trying to work out what everything is and does and whether i can tap in any where.

In the middle photo it is the plate held on with 4 bolts and has a large blanking bolt at the left...i was hoping i could tap in here! My hydraulic knowledge though is truly pants!

I thank you all.


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billrigsby

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L1500DT Too many implements, or is there such a thing?
Mar 17, 2015
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Florissant CO USA 8213'
I think these are the parts you are looking at, this is from a B7200DT, closest US equivalent (I think).....

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This parts manual can be found here.....
B7200DT.pdf

I am also no hydraulic expert, but there are many here.
 

kubotasam

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B2410, B7100dt, B7500,Woods BH750,Landpride 2660RFM, Tiller, B2781 Snowblower
Apr 26, 2010
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Alfred Maine
On a B7100 the painted bolt is the 3 point hitch rate drop speed. The large blanking bolt is a spot to tap hydraulics. However if I remember correctly it only has pressure when you are lifting the 3 point hitch. I assume the B7100 and B7200 are close enough in design that the parts are the same.
EDIT:--Just read the title again-- tractor is not a B7200. Was confused by Bill's reference to B7200. I still think I am correct with the description of the parts. Looks just like my B7100 in that location.
 

billrigsby

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Equipment
L1500DT Too many implements, or is there such a thing?
Mar 17, 2015
862
4
18
Florissant CO USA 8213'
EDIT:--Just read the title again-- tractor is not a B7200. Was confused by Bill's reference to B7200. I still think I am correct with the description of the parts. Looks just like my B7100 in that location.


He listed a B1400 in his equipment list, so I was going by this chart to get a close US equivalent...
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