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Kubota loader question

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Posted by MikeH-Tx on May 15, 2001 at 16:44:07 from (

I have a 94 Kubota L2350 with a front end loader. Has about 350 hours. In the last week or two, I have noticed that the bucket doesn't stay in position when carrying heavy loads. It starts to wiggle a little. When I dump a load, and back up to scrape it flat, there is four or five inches of play in the setting of the bucket. If I get off the tractor and manually try to move the bucket, I can indeed move it a few inches back and forth by hand.

I read the manual and the only mention of anything like this is air in the cylinders. All it says to do is to cycle the bucket all the way up, then all the way down, and repeat a few times. I repeated lots of times and it seemed to help, but not completely. I replaced the hydraulic fluid a couple years ago, even though manual says to wait till 400 hours. Fluid is full.

Any suggestions?

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