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1980 Ford 231 Tractor (Industrial) 2 part question

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Posted by Gary on August 27, 2001 at 17:24:27 from (32.100.14.20):

Hi all,

About one month ago I got my tractor stuck while pulling a box blade. I removed the blade but noticed that the lift arms now vibrate when they are raised. Today, I noticed that my bush hog slowly lowered and I could not raise it. After a while I was able to raise the bush hog. Can anyone give me a few tips as to what is happening?

Also, I am noticing oil driping from the steering column, just under the steering wheel. Does anyone know what could be causing that?

Thank you for your time.

Gary
Florida

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