John(UK): Not to try and derail this topic, but on my TO30, I always lower my blade down on an old stump, about a foot high, before I shut off the tractor. Should I avoid this and lower it all the way?
The main reason that I do that is with the snow, melting and refreezing, it is sometimes frozen to the ground, quite solidly.
Re: TEA20 Hydraulic Pump - identification question in reply to Joe TO Fan, 01-03-2013 09:48:50
Joe, The idea of lowering the implement is to remove any pressure in the system so that it doesn't lock the Control Valve. Lowering the implement down onto a tree stump is just fine, you have no pressure in the system when you do this...John(UK)
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