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    MF4225 hydraulics question

    To the BFF Brains Trust:

    There are two external circuits on this tractor. The inside lever (connections 1& 2, from memory) has three positions: up; hold; down.

    The outer lever (3&4) seems to have four positions: up; hold; down, and right at the bottom of travel, a detent position.

    Is this for "float" or "constant pumping"? Or am I imagining it?

    JV
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    Re: MF4225 hydraulics question

    It'll be for float.It's the same on my MF 6270. Means you don't have to keep your hand on the lever when lowering a tipped trailer.

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    Re: MF4225 hydraulics question

    Quote Originally Posted by agrimax View Post
    It'll be for float.It's the same on my MF 6270. Means you don't have to keep your hand on the lever when lowering a tipped trailer.
    Thanks for the info, Agrimax. I was hoping it would be for "constant pumping " so I could attach the backhoe. The venerable MF168 needs the hydraulic pump strainer cleaned, apparently, and that might take a day or three, coz I'm fearing I'll have to split the tractor to get at the strainer.

    Is it not possible to get constant pumping out of the 4225 hydraulics, other than by tieing one of the levers into either the "up" or "down" position?

    JV
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    Re: MF4225 hydraulics question

    Dear Agrimax,

    In February of 2013 you had posted a link "http://leyland.conforums.com/index.c...num=1357602136" concerning troubleshooting a Leyland 270 3 point hitch not functioning. I am very new to Leyland anything. I can not pull up that link. Is there another place I may find it or could you possible re-post it? Thank you in advance. Christian

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    Re: MF4225 hydraulics question

    Hi Christian,Can't seem to get that link to work either. That forum may be the same place as these links,I don't know....https://www.nuffieldtractor.com/index.php. Seems to go under this name too........https://www.thenuffieldandleylandtractorclub.co.uk.
    Perhaps you could join the forum and ask your questions. Seems to be plenty of knowledgable folks on there.

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