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575 jerky hydraulics
|J Peach||my 575 hydraulics are very jerky i have cleaned out the skimmer change the filter and oil but still the same jerky
Id say the most likely cause is a broken piston ring or rings in the hydraulic pump You say the hydraulic filter is clean ,you do mean the filter on the bottom of the tractor rear end housing, Plate with three 5/16" setscrews ,filter inside remove clip and undo retaining nut right?.
Try moving the response lever into slow and see what happens.
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