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I messed up I lefted something to heave with the 3 point hitch and now it will not work at all and some times it very very slow I am new to tractors but can work on about anything. did i bow a seal.
|ross||I would check your front hydraulic pump pressure first, it should be 2250 psi to 2350 psi. You can hood up a gauge into your scv barrel and see how much you have. The rockshaft works off of two valves, when the valves move it either brings oil to the rockshaft piston or lets it dump off back to sump. What probably happened is there is a relief valve in the rockshaft housing, I would bet that you need to replace that and check out the rest of your rockshaft components
I will let you know how thing goes.
|lonzo|| will the arms come up with no weight on them? is the arms staying up if they work and engin is shut off ? the thermal relief valve will squell when it's rasing the arms or get hot around the end of the plate on the back of the valve housing you could of blown and piston oring buti think you got other problems