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Cub Cadet loader problem

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Praire
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2010-01-17          168117


I have a Cub Cadet 7205 tractor with a 416 loader. The problem is that the loader lowers very jerky unless you lower very slowly or lower at full speed. Operating normally, smooth lowering is difficult without great care. Oil level is good. I haven't seen an adjustable relief valve on this loader.
Does anyone have ideas on how to fix the problem?

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hardwood
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2010-01-18          168118


Prairie;
Do your loader hydraulic lines have quick disconnect couplers in them for removal of the loader? If so one of them may have a weak or broken spring behind the ball. Try replacing both halves of the quick coupler with a pipe coupler or a quick coupler known to be good. Frank. ....

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auerbach
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2010-01-19          168132


If that doesn't work it could be something in the controller. You could interchange the four couplers to see if the fault shows up in some other function, thereby isolating the problem. ....

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Art White
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2010-01-19          168133



I'd also be looking for leaks. They can be the most frustrating thing especially when they don't show oil running out of them but they could be sucking air in! Check all of your lines that are used in the lowering cycle for any sign of flaws where you could be letting air into the system. ....

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