Posted by RobP on October 22, 2012 at 11:10:29 from (22.214.171.124):
I have a question about my 1949 8n front mount distributer,hydraulic system.I bought tractor and noticed when lifting arms go up they shutter.Like its hesitating.System does not bleed down and will hold load. Drained fluid out and was very dirty with water,mud.Put in kerosene and drove around,turn pto and raised up and down several times,Drained again got more dirt.Took inspection plates off and sprayed parts cleaner on system and tried to get most of the sludge out. Could system just be plugged from dirt??I'd like to know whats causing the shuttering when lifting??Thanks Rob.
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