Posted by Dude with a 300 on November 08, 2012 at 04:18:36 from (220.127.116.11):
The other day while loading some scrap metal onto my trailer with my 1955 300, a chain got hooked on the hydraulic line on the bucket and pulled it loose. FYI, the oil can shoot a long way!!! The cool thing is the faded red on the tractor (the whole tractor) looks like new paint at the moment. My question while everything is temporarily down is; when the loader is under a load up high, I can't lower it slowly. The pump will squeal as I slowly ease the lever forward then the load drops quickly. When I let go of the control lever the load stops like it should. I think it should be able to go down slowly so I'm not sure if this is a problem in the valve or just the nature of my old Paulson loader.
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