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|Lynn Morris||We have a 135 and just replaced the hydraulic rings because of loss of pressure. They work fine with a little fluid but when we pour the entire amount of fluid back in they quit working correctly. Any suggestions?
Also we just added new plugs, the old had tops to prevent oil from hitting the plugs and now our tractor misses and smokes like the dickens any thoughts, suggestions? Thx
|Virgil G.||Lynn; I'm just guessing here because I'm new to Tractor Mech. work. But it sounds like you have Air in your hydraulic lines. And if you put new plugs in with an old rotor cap, rotor, and for sure old Points, the extra drain on these will cause some bad missing. hope this was Some help.