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Jubilee hydraulics

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08-03-2014 06:19:04

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My son in law has his late gps tractor and it had sat outside alot. We were moving equipment around with it and it lifted and held the 3pt dearborn 8'? disc and held it, but when we hooked up the 3pt dearborn 2 bottom plow it wouldn't lift it. I checked the dipstick in the rear end and it was above full and milky. I played with adjustment nut on the front of the pump to no avail. The pump looks exactly like the one in the owners manual so I assume it is the vane pump. I know I have to change the fluid but do you think thats why it won't lift the plow? Also the manual is not very user friendly on the lube chart. Is the dipstick for both the rear end and the hydraulics like the 8n. If it is for only the hyds then how do you check the rear end fluid. Thanks...Fred

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08-05-2014 18:02:15

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 Re: Jubilee hydraulics in reply to fredmich, 08-03-2014 06:19:04  
I'm not a hydraulic expert by any stretch of the imagination,
but I don't think the water in the oil is the reason.

Will it still lift the disk or did it just stop working?

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08-05-2014 20:05:39

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 Re: Jubilee hydraulics in reply to Royse, 08-05-2014 18:02:15  
I did not rehook the disc on but did put a platform carrier on the 3pt with some things on it and it worked fine but it wasn't as heavy as that plow. Thanks for the response..Fred

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08-04-2014 06:04:24

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 Re: Jubilee hydraulics in reply to fredmich, 08-03-2014 06:19:04  
the dipstick is only for the hydraulic on the jubilee the place to check the rear end is at the square plug on the left side of the houseing about 1/3rd of the way up , if it picked up the disc it should pick up the plow too, make sure your adjusting the pump for more flow, not less, you may also have to change the pump out to the later style, my jubilee isnt perfect but it will lift until the front wheels come off the ground

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08-05-2014 14:34:23

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 Re: Jubilee hydraulics in reply to ericlb, 08-04-2014 06:04:24  
Thanks for the reply, I was beginning to think I asked a stupid question. I thought the tractor should have been able to lift the plow after lifting the disc but it wouldn't. I ended up moving the plow with a Kubota 8200. I'm going to change the hyd fluid to see if that helps because the stuff thats in there looks like coffee with a lot of cream in it. I adjusted that knob both ways and there was no change. Was hoping to put in a new food plot for this fall. Thanks again..Fred

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