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 07-07-2005, 14:03 Post: 113137
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I have a 86 ford 1710 with a bushhog 2240 QT front end loader.my bucket seems to stick right before i dump load of dirt. curls up and down unloaded fine. any suggestions? thanks






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 07-07-2005, 22:21 Post: 113150
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Can you be more specific. What do you mean by "stick"?






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 07-08-2005, 07:50 Post: 113157
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Loader bucket stops dumping for 2-4 seconds before load is fully dumped






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 07-08-2005, 09:43 Post: 113159
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Could you move your dump hoses to the lift section and vise-versa so we could eliminate the cylinders to the valve to help isolate the problem?






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Do you have the ford valve or the one suppulied by Bush hog?






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 07-08-2005, 18:55 Post: 113175
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My backhoe does this when the hydraulic fluid is low and the pump is cavitating (having the loader's cylinders fully extended takes more fluid volume than when they are retracted). The intermittentness may be caused by the sloshing action of the fluid in the reservoir when you come to a stop to load.

If this is the case, it only takes one time for a second to burn up a pump (yup, don't ask).






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