Dave has it correctly identified. Rebuild the lift cylinders, or it will continue to do it. OOORRR, you could plumb hoses into those ports, and have the leakage return to the reservoir. This will not fix it, but it will keep it from binding at the top of the travel, and allow continued use as is. Do not trust it for life risking action (like getting under the bucket, or standing in it to put up lights!!) The rebuilding will cost less than the hoses and fittings. Make sure the plugs with holes are pointed downward when reinstalling them so water does not have a chance to enter. also do not let the tractor sit with the loader up, it just leaks down past the piston packing/seals and makes it worse. Jim
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