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TO35 3-point problem

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Jono

07-25-2012 04:24:56
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I recently purchased a ferguson to35 deluxe for $500 that did not run and needed a clutch. I got the tractor running and installed the new clutch. My problem is that the 3 point will not lift. I took off the side cover (dip stick side) I am able to work the control valve forward about a 1/2 inch and it will spring back into postion, if I pry back on it (hard) with the tractor running the 3 point will lift. My question is, is the control vlave stuck or is somthing else out of adjustment. thanks

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john(UK)

07-28-2012 02:59:07
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 Re: TO35 3-point problem in reply to Jono, 07-25-2012 04:24:56  
If the Control Valve will move and it is spring loaded so it moves back to the same place each time, then the Control Valve is not stuck. What it can be is that there is some crud in the suction side that is preventing it moving. It should move more than 1/2" though, don"t pry back hard on anything in there or you will cause damage, you may bend something and unless the parts slide easily you will always have problems. You need to use a bit of finesse dealing with hydraulics, they are precision made and there is no need to force anything. It can be adjustment that is causing your problem and maybe you will have to totally re-set the Control Linkage. Thinking about it as I am writing, I feel sure that it requires a re-set, more than likely someone has played around with it before and they too have had trouble with it and given up. If you want to discuss the problem more, email me...John(UK)...fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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Trac

07-27-2012 05:04:40
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 Re: TO35 3-point problem in reply to Jono, 07-25-2012 04:24:56  
Yeah it sounds like it's sticking i think there around $30 bucks it's time to replace it anyway they get tired.



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