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to 35 hydraulics

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03-13-2019 07:02:02

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long time lurker - first post.
I have a MF to35 deluxe with hydraulics that are getting weak. The 3-point is jerky when raised and with a rear blade mounted the blade goes to the ground after I shut the tractor off. I was hoping to replace the hydraulic pump but all I can find state that they are for tractors after serial number 179304 and my serial number is 178950. Does anyone know of the difference in hydraulic pumps? Are replacement pumps or rebuild kits available for this serial number range?
Thanks - any help will be appreciated.

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John Deere D

03-13-2019 10:17:52

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 Re: to 35 hydraulics in reply to Sharps, 03-13-2019 07:02:02  
Possibly try this and verify the HYDRAULIC PSI:

I check / verify Hydraulic PSI as per pictures:

Bob..Owner MF FE 35 X and TEA-20 Ferguson..

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Bob N.Y.

03-13-2019 09:12:46

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 Re: to 35 hydraulics in reply to Sharps, 03-13-2019 07:02:02  
The pump could be the problem, but there could be a leak somewhere else in the system. Before you tear the tractor apart, suggest you remove the round cover by your right heel, raise the 3pt. hitch with an implement attached, shut the engine off and look thru that hole with a light to see if you can find a leak. Pay special attention to both ends of the standpipe that goes from the pump to the top cover, where the cylinder attaches to the top cover and the back end of the cylinder.

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03-13-2019 08:38:32

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 Re: to 35 hydraulics in reply to Sharps, 03-13-2019 07:02:02  
This individual has some very informative information.

mikeroche56 had challenges with his TO 35 ...well worth the tine to read:

Follow steps as per pictures:

Bob...Owner MF FE 35 X...

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03-13-2019 07:39:50

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 Re: to 35 hydraulics in reply to Sharps, 03-13-2019 07:02:02  

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