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03-15-2014 18:55:39

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I did not look up in the case when I had the dip stick plate off. I only looked down and saw some turbulence. I have drained the rear can I fire up the tractor and lift the arms? I have no implements other than a draw bar...I could back up under my truck hitch for counter weight. I dont mind pouring the fluid back in and testing/looking. Its only 59 years old,,. I passed my neighbor the other day driving the Fergy in the neighborhood, he was driving his eco friendly golf cart, I like my Fergy :lol:

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03-15-2014 20:14:19

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 Re: TO-35 HYDRAULIC LIFT? in reply to saltbranch, 03-15-2014 18:55:39  
You just need to put enough oil back in to cover the pump.

With the lift lever in the raise position, the arms should steadily go up, and stay up, even with the engine off, until the lever is returned to the lower position.

I say "stay up" as in hold their position with only a gradual creep down. The lift cylinder has steel sealing rings that don't seal perfectly, even when new, so there will be "some" leakage.

The pressure relief valve is screwed into the right rear of the pump. If oil is moving in that area, it's the valve. BUT DON'T REACH IN THERE!!!

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03-15-2014 21:27:51

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 Re: TO-35 HYDRAULIC LIFT? in reply to Steve@Advance, 03-15-2014 20:14:19  
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They dont stay up. They drop when the clutch is pushed in..I really do think I have single stage. They drop when I kill the engine. I really have rev the motor to pick up the shredder.

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03-15-2014 21:36:16

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 Re: TO-35 HYDRAULIC LIFT? in reply to saltbranch, 03-15-2014 21:27:51  
I think I understand single stage clutch and dual stage clutch, so far I have single stage, I think.. Now if I have single, would the pressure built up by a single stage not hold the implement up for the few seconds it takes to shift gears? Surely it can not be normal for a Fergy to drop the implement, once the clutch has been pushed down??

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03-17-2014 15:09:42

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 Re: TO-35 HYDRAULIC LIFT? in reply to saltbranch, 03-15-2014 21:36:16  
No, it is not normal for the implement to drop when the clutch is pushed. Creep down,yes, drop,no.

If you will raise the arms up, look in the inspection port with a flashlight, reach up and cut the ignition, watch where oil gushes as the arms come down, there's your problem!

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03-24-2014 17:15:18

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 Re: TO-35 HYDRAULIC LIFT? in reply to Steve@Advance, 03-17-2014 15:09:42  
I took this this the relief valve? and it constantly "popping" be my problem? I did look up where the "wishbone" is , did not see any fluid leaking, but I really did not have any weight on the 3 pt. Hopefully this weekend allows more time to play with it


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