To me that is the best advice so far. Also you should loosen the pressure line 1/2 of a turn to help bleed the pump. Also the 2-85 tractors have a G-rotor pump as a charge pump. You need to have the pump full of oil before you start and you need to make sure the pump is pumping oil before any adjustments are made. The spring(s) move the swash plate to full stroke, the pressure relif valve pushes it back to neutral. I need to think on it little more. It has been too many years and probably worked on less than 20 of them so I need to double check some things. J.
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