I cleaned the remote spools and got all of the old fluid out, it was pretty milky at the bottom. after dropping the hydraulic housing on my toe, well it hit the dirt first and then my toe. thankfully I was in the yard and not on concrete. I cleaned it out and put new fluid and o-rings in it and it goe up and down better.
Tomorrow I'm going to hook it up to the haybine and work it a little. I thought it might be the pump but without having a pressure gauge i couldn't tell if there was a drop when it heated up. I'm hopping that I can get some time out of it before I have to rebuild the pump.
I just got through doing an in chassis on it and telling my wife that I won't need to ask her for more allowance for a while.
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