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MF135 lift problem fixed
|Drew Williams||Dear Forum
I have been looking on the forum since last year and have received lots of good information, I had a problem with my 135 the 3 point hitch was not going up or down, this was after it sat all winter and a flood, I drained all the fluids replaced and did everything I could before looking to a alt source, finally I found a tractor guy off craigs list working out of Cashmere, Wa who pulled my pump and found that the c-clip on the accuator rod had just worn out, he replaced it and all is happy in tractor land, I wanted to let everyone know that this c-clip is a weak link in the 135 and if you are having lift problems take a look there. Also Geebee thanks for all your help on getting me started on what to look for as possible problems, So now I am reporting back with my fix of the problem, I hope this information helps anyone looking for a possible solution.
|Jimmy Roseman||Tractor rookie here. Where do the levers for the draft response control and the position control go in order to move the isolator value. Currently I can use the bucket but need to know the above question so I can use the grader in the rear. Thanks.
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