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Re: dc15 series 2 - 3 point lift capacity

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09-18-2012 04:12:25

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If the pump and relief valve is good, it should be able to lift the front end of the tractor off the ground. You have to have your foot off the clutch, and the hi-lo stick in neutral(center)position to lift at a dead stop. Check oil with rams fully extended, right side of tractor, dipstick just ahead of the gas tank.

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09-18-2012 18:59:30

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 Re: dc15 series 2 - 3 point lift capacity in reply to Diydave, 09-18-2012 04:12:25  
the power director can be in any postion as long as the transmisson is in neutral and the foot clutch is engaged

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09-30-2012 18:24:58

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 Re: dc15 series 2 - 3 point lift capacity in reply to acdwd45man, 09-18-2012 18:59:30  
So I am still having problems lifting the bales. They avg 1,200 lbs, and the 3-point bale spear probably weighs another couple hundred pounds. Too much weight?

The front of the tractor does not come up when i try, so I"m guessing something isn"t right. It can lift the 900lb bush hog just fine.

Any other suggestions? Do we need to have somebody look at the hydrolic pump?

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