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710 J Hydraulic problem
I have a 710J backhoe with 2000 hrs and recently it has starting flexing or giving a spongy feel to the rear hoe as well as the stablizers, especially if i'm all the way out with the extender, working off to my side loading trucks the stablizer will have 2-3" play or sponginess to it under load.
The strange thing though is that the boom and crowd cyl's are doing the same thing only not quite as bad as the stablizers..it almost feels like it had a ride control system for the rear of the machine, the front loader seems to be ok, could it be a relief, anti cavitation valve or maybe the pilot control accumulator?
Ant thoughts or ideas would be appreciated...Thanks for reading
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