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I have a Big-Ten that I am working on and a running B-12.They both have hyd. lifts, on the B-12 the front blade will bleed back down when it has been lifted. I think the cyl. seals are shot, it has no down press, just gravity. The ten horse I haven't got running yet so I don't know how the hydraulics are on it. My question is can I buy kits for the cylinders and pumps, or do I have to do this the hard way and take them somewhere? On the ten horse it has the square resovoir and the 12 horse has the round. Is there any difference between the two?

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ScottS
I remember reading something about the lift quandrant needing adjustment when this happened. I try a search and see what I can post. Ok went looking try this.[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/hydraulics/hydraulic_lift.htm']http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/hydraulics/hydraulic_lift.htm[/a]

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Kent
I remember seeing the differences pointed out somewhere, but I'm not sure where. I think it is in the Allis B-series service manual, but I'm not sure.... I don't think they're significant, but I don't trust my memory any more....

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