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10-31-2012 21:31:35

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That runs off a front mount pump driven by the crank shaft right???? If you answer yes you stand about a 90% chance the spline shaft /hub have striped out and the pump stops turning when you pull the control handle to make it work. BTDT and just fixed a problem like that on a 3000 ford

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11-01-2012 06:54:34

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 Re: hydraulic controls in reply to old, 10-31-2012 21:31:35  
I'm not sure where the pump is located. The hoses go in under the seat. The cylinder for the bucket tip works fine so I don't think its the pump.

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11-01-2012 09:15:33

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 Re: hydraulic controls in reply to svenandersen, 11-01-2012 06:54:34  
Simple then since both have 2 hoses remove the 4 hoses one for one as in take the 2 forward hoses off from side to side and place them in the opposite sides then do the back ones the same way as in swap the lift control to the bucket and bucket to the lift control. If you loose the bucket but have the lift them it is the control and most are not rebuild-able. But if you still have the bucket control but not the lift then one or more of the cylinders is by-passing inside the cylinder

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11-01-2012 12:33:31

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 Re: hydraulic controls in reply to old, 11-01-2012 09:15:33  
You're a genius! I never thought to try that.

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11-01-2012 13:14:25

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 Re: hydraulic controls in reply to svenandersen, 11-01-2012 12:33:31  
No not a genius but I have been working on stuff like this for 40 plus years and in that time you learn a few tricks

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11-01-2012 13:33:43

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 Re: hydraulic controls in reply to old, 11-01-2012 13:14:25  
Da*n! That must make at least 2 of us. I told him that 6 hours ago.....just a lot fewer words! :)

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11-01-2012 13:51:19

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 Re: hydraulic controls in reply to JMOR, 11-01-2012 13:33:43  
See what happen when you come in 2nd place LOL. Guess he figured he would go with the first person who started trying to help him instead of the ones that started backing me up LOL

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