Hcooke I rebuilt the whole pump. New cam blocks, valves, springs, basically everything is new except the pump housing. I put in a new piston in the hydraulic cylinder. the cylinder had no scoring on the inside. I changed the old three steel ring out to the NAA 2 o-ring style. Soundguy if by t valve you mean control valve, yes is is working. I did however notice now that everything is rebuilt the control spring behind the seat is loose. Ofcourse it is frooze where i can't get it off. I know from experience not to force stuff on these old tractors unless your goal is to break it. I may try to heat it and see if it will come loose. Anyone ever tried some 5/8" washers as a shim to tighten it? just a thought. And could that control spring being loose really take away from the linkage moving enough to engage the lift?
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