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farmall m lift want go down

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chris meredith

05-28-2016 16:17:18




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I got a m tractor been putting cultivator on it when got it done lift work good went up and down perfect then it just quit it will go up but when u push rod to let down it acts like it's going to go down the it just stops anyone have any ideal how to fix or what happen to it




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Janicholson

05-28-2016 17:11:05




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 Re: farmall m lift want go down in reply to chris meredith, 05-28-2016 16:17:18  
If the cylinders are hooked up on opposite sides to the front elbows. and you have the control rod pushed in all the way, then it must be a mechanical bind. With care to avoid getting crushed, use a hughlift jack or bumper jack to lift on the components. Look for linkage that is bent or under stress or kinked. (some hydraulic valves get a bit jammed if the rod is held in the raise position too long. Push forward on the rod, it should be near 5 inches forward to lower. Jim

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kub6040

05-28-2016 18:56:27




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 Re: farmall m lift want go down in reply to Janicholson, 05-28-2016 17:11:05  
Just a thought , I have had hydraulic lines collapse on the inside and not let oil travel threw them.



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Janicholson

05-28-2016 19:48:30




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 Re: farmall m lift want go down in reply to kub6040, 05-28-2016 18:56:27  
If the cylinders are "T"ed into one hose, that is a possibility. Jim



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