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Cub Hydraulic Problem

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05-16-2017 18:20:30

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I have a 59 Cub Lo-Boy with the hydraulic unit to lift a one point hitch. The position lever got stuck and and I freed it.
Now the unit will move up and down but without any Weight. Put weight on it and it can't lift. I have checked the fluid level and it is good. Any ideas on where to look first?

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Dave H (MI)

05-16-2017 19:28:39

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 Re: Cub Hydraulic Problem in reply to Kimbob54, 05-16-2017 18:20:30  
If it boils down to needing one, there is a rebuild kit for the hydraulics. It is a heavy unit but I did mine in a couple hours sitting at the bench.

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05-16-2017 19:47:05

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 Re: Cub Hydraulic Problem in reply to Dave H (MI), 05-16-2017 19:28:39  
I rebuilt mine about 15 years ago. I just did not want to
Tear it down if it could be the pump?

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Dave H (MI)

05-18-2017 07:48:27

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 Re: Cub Hydraulic Problem in reply to Kimbob54, 05-16-2017 19:47:05  
I would have to think back, it has been a few years, but I have a memory there was not much to that pump. Hung on the side of the engine and had a couple lines going to it. If you use the tractor a lot seems like it is more likely you just blew out a seal somewhere in the system. Have you asked over at the cub site? They may have a way you can check the pressure on the pump. I have worked on one, doesn't make me an expert. :)

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