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8230 series hydraulics
|Brett J||I previously owned a JD8120 series tractor and recently upgraded to JD8230. The remotes on the 8120 when engaged on a cultivating implement could be set to raise and lower at about the same speed, however the 8230 remotes when set to raise at an appropriate speed lower significantly faster making fine adjustment very difficult. Is this a common finding or peculiarity to my tractor? JD say this is normal?
|ross||Try switching your hoses and see if it lowers faster than when you raise it out of the ground. What flow setting do you have on that SCV?
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