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??
Re: TO-35 HYDRAULIC LIFT? in reply to Steve@Advance, 03-17-2014 15:09:42
I took this video....is 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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