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Re: Ford NAA will not lift implement

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Tim Crawford

07-15-2013 18:15:37

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I guess the only question I have is how likely it it that the pressure relief valve has failed. I have never was one up close and personal but what I have was for sale online for a Ford NAA looks to be nothing more than a piece of steel with several holes drilled in it.

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07-15-2013 18:19:52

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 Re: Ford NAA will not lift implement in reply to Tim Crawford, 07-15-2013 18:15:37  
A good bit more to a relief valve hen that but you have to open one up to know that. If is a spring and plug sort of set up that opens when and if you get to high a pressure on the system as a safety. That pressure is around 2000PSI

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Tim Crawford

07-20-2013 14:10:48

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 Re: Ford NAA will not lift implement in reply to old, 07-15-2013 18:19:52  
Well I have my answer as to what is wrong. My brother was able to stop at the hunting land, attached the box blade to the tractor and tried to lift it. Viewing through the fill hole he says it is spewing hydraulic fluid out the other side of the lift assembly. Sounds like a case of a blown gasket. Thanks to everyone who gave me advice on this issue.

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