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|Frank||My MF135 will lift round bale on a few inches. Someone behind can assist lifting by hand & it will lift to full height, but must be
helped to keep it there. Where should I start looking for the prob. Have already checked hydraulic fluid level. As a novice, my two best
guesses are either a leak somewhere or something wrong with hydraulic pump. On the first guess I know there is small leak somewhere, but it
is so small as to require adding fluid only about once a month or so.
With fluid at full level it will do fine with implements other than lifting round bales.
|Big Dean||Your problem sounds like you have a master control spring problem it is very common on the MF100 & MF200 series tractors. I have a picture that shows how to connect a chain to bypass the Master control spring to see for sure if that is what is causing your problem. I can Email it to you if you would like it just Email me.