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Charles in Aus.
Thanks Jeff-Oh , elegantly explained re the clutch clearance .
Graham , a little known trick to help you at least get it out of the barn .
Engage the pto drive when the tractor is not running , take a spanner and rock the pto shaft backwards and forwards ,a little like operating an old fashioned bilge pump . After a moment or two the lift arms will begin to raise even if there is an implement attached. What you are doing is filling the lift cylinder manually and taking the place of the engine driven pump.
You might need to contort yourself a little to squeeze in there but it works remarkably well . This is also a good trick if the hydraulics fail when you are out in a paddock somewhere.
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