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In Reply to: 8n Hydraulic problem posted by Mike Silverson on Thursday, December 05, 2013:
I assume you put the backup ring in the correct position. I say ack up ring because thaat is what it does, backs up the o ring.
If yu are not seeing a overhead leak when it is running with the lift up, then it is not the piston leaking. You may have a relief valve or dump valve leaking on the pump.
If the hydraulics are doing what you what them to do, I would say you do not have much of a problem. Neither of my 8n's will stay up very long when i shut them off.
enjoy your tractor!
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