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Re: MF 175 Questions

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Sam,
I tried the controls in all positions including the suggested ones and saw no difference in loader speed. I included some pictures, The loader is hooked to one of the remotes which connect to some sort of hydraulic block and then go back to the lines on the PTO inspection cover. A few more questions;
1, The tractor has Multipower; does this mean that it has two hydraulic pumps?
2, The loader does not pulsate like the lift arms do, could it be that the loader is powered by a different pump than the lift arms?
If the two pumps are combined, is there any chance of compromising the pressure to the Multipower while operating the loader. Could any damage to the Multipowr result?
3, The lift arms still travel to the up position no matter what. Could there be debris or wear in the control valve causing this or possibly an adjustment problem.
4, What type of pumps are they? Piston, Gear, vane? 5, How many GPM do the pumps put out? Are they both the same size? I figure that I need a minimum of 10 GPM or preferably 13 GPM for good loader operation.
Sorry to be long winded with my questions. I just wanted to find out more before I tear into it. Oh...one more; any thoughts on the serial number or year?
Thanks,
Dave

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