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  1. #1
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    Default tz22da hydralics seem weak

    Hey all. I have a tz22da 07 with 125 hours on it. Garage kept and loved. My question is this. It seems that when ever I use the FEL even just to move heavy items(within reason) the hydraulics seem very weak. The tractor has little to know digging capability even in low range. Is this just cuz it is a toy or is there somthing wrong.. Btw it has ALWAYS been this way bu I am so frustrated I usually just dont use the darn FEL..

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    Gold Member johnnylight's Avatar
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    upstate, New York
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    TC34DA

    Default Re: tz22da hydralics seem weak

    expedoman55,

    Are you raising your engine speed?
    On my TC34DA I have to raise the RPM's at 1700 - 2200 to operate the loader.

    Check your owners manual for your TZ22DA.
    John - TC34DA 757C backhoe/FEL/rake/QA fork/rdm/toothbar/subsoiler

  3. #3
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    N. E. Ohio
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    tc- 29d

    Default Re: tz22da hydralics seem weak

    You can have presures checked on FEL to make sure they are within specs.
    dqdave1; tc-29D; woods 7500 bh; 7308 fel, land pride tiller, land pride rake, gill pulverizer, 60"mmm. , bucket forks , MZ16H

  4. #4
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    New Holland TZ18DA

    Default Re: tz22da hydralics seem weak

    With weight on the 3pt, my fel can lift a rear tire off the ground when digging too deep and trying to lift. It sounds like yours does need to have the pressures checked.

    Mine is a TZ18.
    New Holland TZ18DA
    1994 Ford Lightning 383ci S-Trim Vortech

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    Southern Adirondacks, NY
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    TC24D

    Default Re: tz22da hydralics seem weak

    Is it also sluggish? Make sure you are seating your quick connects all the way. Easy to check, if all good, get the pressures checked after that.

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