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3 point hitch
|B Freeland||I have a 135 w/diesel when using a box blade it
just floats on the ground. Isn't it suppose to be able to put a little pressure to the ground so it will cut or stay in position. If so what might be the problem.
|Geoff||There is no downward pressure to keep pressure on the lower link arms. The only way to make the blade cut mir is to alter the length of the top link (shorten it to make it dig in more). Other than experiment with double acting rams and spool valves which greatly complicates matters try and play around with the top link...the use of extra weight of some sort on the frame of the blade may help too...hope this has been of help to you....Geoff
|B Freeland||Thanks for the reply.
|Bruce Frost||The 3 point hitch is up. How can I get it to go down?
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