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3 Point Hitch , TO-30

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07-23-2014 13:33:28

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My 3 point hitch works fine when the PTO is engaged but when I lift mower and take it out of PTO the mower slowing seeps down.
any suggestions.

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Jason S.

07-23-2014 13:53:47

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 Re: 3 Point Hitch , TO-30 in reply to ford8npower, 07-23-2014 13:33:28  
That's how it works. The lift only works when the pto is turning. Just like the 8N lift only works when the pto is turning. If you have to take it long distances remove the mower pto shaft from the tractor and leave it running.

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07-24-2014 05:07:57

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 Re: 3 Point Hitch , TO-30 in reply to Jason S., 07-23-2014 13:53:47  
Jason Should it not stay in the position that its in when you disenage the PTO if I am done mowing and raise the mower
shut the PTO off the mower should stay up mine seeps down while I am going back to the barn.

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Tony in Mass.

07-24-2014 06:12:41

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 Re: 3 Point Hitch , TO-30 in reply to Ford8npower, 07-24-2014 05:07:57  
Jason answered your question. This is not a Ford with nylon O-rings. You asked about a Ferguson lift, which was designed to fall with gravity after the pump is dis-engaged. It has 3 iron rings that will leak the fluid out and slowly let whatever's on the 3 point to the ground. A built in safety feature... mentioned about 3 times last week on here... first get a manual, then use the 'search archives' box on this page. you'll see what we mean...

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