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Re: TO-35 Hydraulics

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Ok, I checked for water at the drain plugs and there was no water. Check the dip stick and it was half way between full and low. It looks good and clean. Not milky or dirty. Next started tractor and warmed it up for 20min. Its about 75 deg here today so it's not like it was freezing for the last 2 months. Raised the tiller and it does raise kind of jerky especially when engine is at idle. It's slow as molasses. Cycled it about 25 times then raised it and shut down engine. It only took about 5 or 6 minutes to lower the tiller. Next took the tiller off and drove up to garage. Just had draw bar on and it stays up since it does not weigh that much. Loosened the 2 bolts for the stand pipe and oil spewed out since I had the hyd raised. Lowered arms and then took bolts rest of way out. O-rings on pipe and between cover and trans housing were all there and looked good. Pipe was not clogged. Should I run a small wire through the passage in the trans housing to make sure its open? Do I need to put new o-rings on the pipe? The oil did not look foamy or anything. It sure looks thick though. I wonder if I drained it and put 10w30 or 10w40 in and tried it what would happen. I sure hate to waste all that $$ but I need to get this thing going. I plan on restoring this one since my Dad bought it in 1968. It needs work on some things and I need it to be mechanically sound before I start the paint part of the restoration. What about the draft handles....could the position they are in make the lift work that slow? Any other ideas about adjustment or anything ? If not, it looks like I am going to rebuild the pump and stuff. Should I rebuild or get new pump? Tks, Andy

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