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    Default Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    I have a 5065E bought from a friend and he never used rear emplement just used fron loader to haul hay. Front bucket works fine rear emplement will not move from the up position! Any suggestion to try before removing rear casing to clean valve or replace it? Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    did you step on the lower link arms to put a little weight on them? or is there an actual implement on there? if so. and there is weight on the rear 3pt. then check the drop rate valve, usually located on the lower edge of the seat near the floorboards. Turn it counterclockwise to "loosen" the valve. If it is turned too far clockwise, it will not drop at all.

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    Not 100% sure on your model but most tractors have a knob under the seat in the middle that controls the rate at which an implement lowers... it could be closed all the way. (one thing to check...)

    Edit... got beaten to the punch line

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    teg, gotcha by one minute


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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    IF I could type with two fingers, I might have had a chance

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    Quote Originally Posted by teg View Post
    IF I could type with two fingers, I might have had a chance

    You always wonder what happened to them.. did they try it? did that fix it.?


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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    Quote Originally Posted by k0ua View Post
    You always wonder what happened to them.. did they try it? did that fix it.?


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    You mean one Post and they are gone!!! Plenty of those posts... must be playing with their tractor and don't have time for the computer that or maybe he forgot his password and can't get back in to TBN to say Thanks!

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    Quote Originally Posted by teg View Post
    You mean one Post and they are gone!!! Plenty of those posts... must be playing with their tractor and don't have time for the computer that or maybe he forgot his password and can't get back in to TBN to say Thanks!
    Yep.....but that masked man left this here silver bullet.
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    You gotta mine allot of dirt to find a diamond.

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    Yep, so far he is a 1 post pony

    Hope he got his tractor fixed.

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    Default Re: Rear hydraulic emplement want move!

    Quote Originally Posted by k0ua View Post
    ...1 post pony...
    Good one!!! Is that your quote or is that a common phrase on forums? (I limit myself to just TBN... so I don't get around much )

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