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Not exsactly a straight foward answer. Depeneds on several things like is the charge pump working properly, is the relief valve's set correctly, how close/or far away are you measureing from as most attachments are extended away from the rear of the tractor another 12"s or so adding to the force needed to lift something. Rough guese right at the end of the lift arms, I'd say aroud 500#s This would decrease rapidly as you move away from the tractor.

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