I was removing my loader today and noticed that the cylinder on the left stopped moving while the one on the right contined to move. This was after I had removed the pins holding the loader to the tractor. I jockyed the stick around abit and finally got the cylinder to moveback and forth and then it would act up again. It seemed like once the cylinder on the right got done extending or retracting the one on the left would begin to cycle. I thought the two cylinders should be acting in unison moving the loader up and down, any ideas. Thanks abunch
Since the cylinders are connected hydraulicly the fluid will always find the path of least resistance and since the cylinders are not perfectly identical and the length of hose to each is different there will almost always be one cylinder that is easier to move than the other.
Kioti CK30HST, FEL w/toothbar, 60" RC, 60" BB, PJ 10k trailer. Weekend warrior hauling 50 miles each way.