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Kubota B7500 3 point hitch does not lift

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jlester23
Join Date: Oct 2013
Posts: 4 Texas
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2013-10-23          188167


Hey y'all. I have a 2003 B7500 and my 3 point hitch is not raising or lowering. The front bucket works fine. I have checked all the fluids and plugs. Seems to be ok. I can move it by hand but wont stay up. I have read the manual and tried everything but nothing is working. Does anyone have any other ideas to why the 3-pt hitch wont raise and lower.

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Art White
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2013-10-24          188168



Did you check the knob under the seat to see if thee system is on? ....

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jlester23
Join Date: Oct 2013
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2013-10-24          188169


Yes I have moved the knob to open and close the valve and still nothing.

I'm hoping its not the piston inside but I'm afraid it is. ....

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kthompson
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2013-10-25          188179


Have you checked to be sure the linkage is moving the shaft? You will need a helper to move the lever while you watch the shaft for slight movement.

Was this all at once or had you had problems before?
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jlester23
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2013-10-26          188197


The linkage is moving the shaft and hydraulic fluid is moving to the housing but the arms will not raise. I'm stuck on what to do next. ....

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MarkCHP
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Posts: 2 Stockton CA
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2018-03-31          197636


I know this is an old post, but I had the same problem. The 3 point lever on the right side that raise and lowers the 3 point was jamming hard and I had to really push it forward and back to get it to go. Finally it stopped working. I took the seat off and looked at where the 3 point lever joined the lever at side of the gear box. then I followed the 1/4inch by 6 inch long rod that traveled back from this point and passed thru a brass eyelet, then there was a spring and then 2 nuts at the end of this threaded rod. I took all this apart and found when it was apart, I could use a pair of plyers to grab a hold of the lever where the 3 point lever attached and move it back and forth and the arms would raise up and down. I then put the plyers on the brass eyelet and saw it should swivel back and forth about 1/8 inch as the 3 point arms go up and down. It wasn't moving freely, very hard to move it. I could see the threaded rod was jamming as it was going through this brass eyelet and wearing it away. I began spraying WD40 on it and moving it back and forth and slightly in and out. It finally became very free. I put everything back together, but saw that when it was jamming, I bent then 3 point lever, so I had to bend it back, bolted it on and everything works great. ....

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