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John deere 1350 3 point hitch
|Cole||I just bought a 1974 JD 1350 with loader with 1000 hours on it from the original owner.
The 3 point hitch will not lower. Appears to be stuck in the up position. Owner told me that he has never used it.
What do I do to release and lower the hitch
|Bob||Think there should be a rate of drop valve located somewhere around the seat area that is propably shut off if u turn this valve it should release the 3pt and lower it u will have to set it according to weigth of implementon 3pt hitch so it does not lower or raise to fast hope this helps Bob
Thanks for the tip.
I see in the manual where this valve is. Will try it.
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