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MF 1085 3-point lift problem

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10-21-2012 20:02:47

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On my 1085 the lift works ok without any weight on it, however when I hook it up to a mower, it won't lift it. The trans oil is full. What do I need to look for. Thanks. Roy

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Robert major

11-14-2012 21:07:17

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 Re: MF 1085 3-point lift problem in reply to lemroy, 10-21-2012 20:02:47  
Hi Have seen the stack pipes on the 185 split so wouldn't mind betting these can do it too. the other thing could be the pumps piled too had a massey 595 do the same as yours. end cracked in the pump. the 1085 is basically the same as Europe's 595 with different tin and about as successful from what a guy that ran both told me lol. They don't sell good round here for that reason I guess.
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10-21-2012 23:39:04

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 Re: MF 1085 3-point lift problem in reply to lemroy, 10-21-2012 20:02:47  

Possibly blown 'O' rings on the stack pipe, or leaking rings on the piston. take of the inspection plate at the dipstick side after letting some oil out and have a look in as you try to lift the mower. the stack pipe pulls up out of the top and has 'O' rings and backing washers top and bottom. Sam

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10-24-2012 19:14:22

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 Re: MF 1085 3-point lift problem in reply to samn40, 10-21-2012 23:39:04  
Thanks Sam I will try that. I have been told that I could add a spacer in the control system in the rear of the tractor. Roy

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