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04-06-2012 05:29:46

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Have a question on my 861 rebuilt the lift on it a few months ago rebuilt the pump,all new seals and gaskets and new seals in the lift cover and it works good for about two weeks can leave sitting for a couple of days still works greats but about two weeks later have to bleed it again to get the lift to work again any thoughts anyone run in to this before? any help would be thankful.

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04-06-2012 15:31:40

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 Re: lift issue in reply to Rob07, 04-06-2012 05:29:46  
It is common for the shaft to have a groove worn in it where the seal rides. If yours had a groove and you didn't repair it the pump will loose it's prime do to air getting by the new seal because of the groove.


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04-06-2012 15:41:35

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 Re: lift issue in reply to mhb@ufe, 04-06-2012 15:31:40  
Thanks mark when i rebuilt the pump i replaced the wobble shaft new the lift on the tractor gave alot of trouble before this so i wanted it to be done right i know when it works its smooth and dose fine for around a week or so and then i have to bleed it again.

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