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Re: live with leaking lift or repair?
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Even 10 minutes is no big deal. As long as it doesn't drop just because you pushed the clutch in - like some folks have reported here - then it really doesn't matter. As others have mentioned, it is good practice to lower the implement when you get off the tractor, especially when you have shut it down. I absolutely always do because I have grandkids around and I don't want one to lower an implement onto the other if they happen to get around the tractor. If it's already on the ground, not much they can do...So, there's really no big reason for it to be able to hold an implement all night or even more than a few minutes. As long as it is working correctly when in use, that's what really matters.
But, if you want to tear into it, it's not that hard. I would order one of Zane's adjustment jigs first, though, so you can adjust the lift cover correctly while it's off the tractor.
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