When positioning the hydraulic control lever to lower, the cylinders remain extended for an undetermined amount of time.(several seconds to several hours)This occurs w or wo an implement attached. Any trouble-shooting assistance appreciated
Re: CA Allis hydraulics in reply to Steve Meyers, 04-22-2008 13:19:18
Check the linkage first. There is a small lever down below with a thumbscrew in it that ties into the traction booster. If you can rotate this with the lift lever in the down position the arms should drop. I've disconnected the linkage going to the drawbar on one of mine and rotated the small lever to the correct position and tightened the thumb screw so it wouldn't move. The raise/lower lever worked properly then, but I have no traction booster.
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