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7000 3 Point

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08-08-2008 05:20:02

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Have a 7000 that the 3 point wants to creep down. There are no exterior leaks. Any ideas?

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08-08-2008 15:17:35

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 Re: 7000 3 Point in reply to Mixman, 08-08-2008 05:20:02  
Is it leaking while the engine is running or just after you shut it off? I plowed a lot with a 7030 that had a poor friction brake on the lift arm lever in the cab. I don't think any of them will stay up on their own after you shut off the tractor. At least not for an extended period of time. That has been my experience anyway.

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08-08-2008 08:24:15

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 Re: 7000 3 Point in reply to Mixman, 08-08-2008 05:20:02  
Your lift cylinder is leaking letting the oil bypass and creep down. You will have to put a new oring around it.

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