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Re: massey ferguson 175 extrenal hydraulics

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06-23-2013 03:12:35

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Does it have multi-power? and or IPTO? with nothing connected does it load the motor down when moving the levers?? With little info my first thought is your quick couplers. how heavy is your disc? have you tried useing another implement? Do you have a gauge you can stick in it? you should have 2500 psi.

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06-23-2013 10:24:25

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 Re: massey ferguson 175 extrenal hydraulics in reply to grs0820, 06-23-2013 03:12:35  
I don't see anything on the tractor that says multipower ( don't know what that is ) the motor only loads down when the disc is hooked up ,the 3 point lift works fine.
I have new lines, new couplers and cylinder. I unhooked the cyl from the disc and the cyl still will not extend or retract more than 2-3 inches with no load. I don't have a gauge....
I hooked the disc up to a White 2-70 and it works perfectly - do not want to have to borrow neighbor's tractor to disc my place up tho....
When you engage the lever - the wheels on the disc jump about 2-3 inches like they want to go, but stop-this is in either direction up or down, the hyd lines jump when the pressure hits them, either one depending on direction and then the motor loads down - it's like it's trying to work but can't
The disc is a 10 ft long, and the guy I bought it from was also using a 175 ferguson. He has since moved away and I cannot reach him to get advice on how his did with it - but I had seen it work with his tractor before I got it.
I am hoping it's just a minor adjustment maybe from a single acting cyl to a double acting one - but I have run out of ideas and giving out of want to's.I did not want to have to get a mechanic out here if I did not have to - so any suggestions or possible routes will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks again - Steve

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