It sounds like when you put the standpipe back in that you missed the hole. Pull the cover off of the standpipe and crank the motor over. Don't crank the motor up just turn it over with the starter. If no oil comes out of the standpipe then you have missed the hole for it at the bottom.
Re: Three point won't lift, did I screw up? in reply to 257 Roberts, 04-19-2013 19:57:09
I did the very same thing on my 175 once. The only difference is my 175 has pressure control which means there is a block in the middle of the standpipe. You can"t pull it out from the top and there is hardly enough room to get my big hand in the side cover and up to the standpipe to get it in the hole. If your lift arms are still hooked up, if the standpipe is in the hole in the bottom fluid can come shooting out if you move the lift arms even a little bit. I"ve had that happen also. While your at it, did you check the condition of the Teflon back up washers behind the orings?
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