Topic: Re: Massey 255 Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump Inspection/Replaceme
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I was able to get the tractor split this weekend. I ended up using an engine lift to support the rear end while I rolled it back. Was much easier than I anticipated. I was also able to remove the aux pump and disassembled it for inspection. The pressure plate was pretty badly worn and the seals on the back side had ruptured. Could also see where the housing had been eroded a bit. The new pump is ordered.
One thing I was going to ask about. I've noticed this tractor is very particular about the lift quadrant positioning. It has the pressure control system and it seems like its always creeping the lift up or down unless I get the quadrant set to just the right place. Is this something I should look into adjusting while the rear end is disassembled? The service manual doesn't seem to be too clear on how this system works.
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