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|Chris||I've owned a 1970 MF 135 for about a year and never had trouble with the hydraulics. Recently after shutting the tractor down for a lunch break, the hydraulics on the 3 point hitch would not work at all. Prior to this, I never had trouble with the hydraulics - the 3 point was smooth and strong. At the same time, the power steering quit. I've tried all lever positions and nothing even budges the 3 point hitch. There are no visible signs of an oil leak. If the hydraulic pump is bad, is it difficult (costly) to replace?
|smokey||Check Big Dean Austin's web site for the most comprehensive knowledge on MF hydraulics.