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The 66 Landlord I bought yesterday at the auction for $100.00 has the hydro lift and it seems to work great as does the whole tractor. Here's my question. I have an HB 112 with the hydro lift and I've always hated it becouse I just assumed the hydrolift was working as good as was to be expected. But, now I know it could actually work better. Where do I start with trying to adjust it? Or figure out what might be wrong with it?

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Dutch
Using a pressure guage, bucket, and stop watch, check pressure & flow starting at pump. Move through valve and cylinder(s) until you find problem. Adjust or repair as needed to bring up to specs.

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