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Hydraulic lift 3 point rear repair on 600 ford tractor l953-l964

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hyndall peavy

01-02-1999 10:14:25

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need to have instruction on how to repair 3 point hydraulic lift. I have checked the fluid. I believe it is the seal inside the pump.

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01-04-1999 05:49:38

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 Re: hydraulic lift 3 point rear repair on 600 ford tractor l953-l964 in reply to hyndall peavy , 01-02-1999 10:14:25  
The 600 was not sold till 1955 the 53 54s are NAA series. I did a post on the N board that will tell you the operation and how to repair the lift if you can find it. I failed to copy it or I would send it to you and my typing is so poor and slow I hate to do it again. The archives have been down but they may be back. It as some time in the month of Nov or early Dec. Good luck Zane, in Al.

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01-03-1999 06:16:48

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 Re: hydraulic lift 3 point rear repair on 600 ford tractor l953-l964 in reply to hyndall peavy , 01-02-1999 10:14:25  
My 640 lost prime once. Remove plug on right side and rev engine maybe you can get it to prime? or blow air in dip stick hole while engine is running

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