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Old 01-14-2010, 11:07 PM
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I just purchased a 2008 TT75A New Holland with 56 hours that has a 620TL loader and the loader seems to operate a little slow. Everything is slow it seems up, down and moving the bucket. I currently have a Ford 3000 with a ford FEL and it operates much faster. Any ideas? Thanks
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Did you get any paper work (manual) with it?
I have a 610TL on mine.

There are several possible's listed.
Too heavy of oil, plugged oil filter, control valve problems.

Was the 50 hour oil change & inspection done yet?

I raise the engine rpms while moving the FEL or bucket to make mine move a little faster.
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mine is a bit slow also, it depends on your pump and the g.p.m.. faster is'nt always better
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faster is'nt always better
This is true. And these systems are not designed to operate like commercial tractors do.
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Thanks for the replies. Increasing the RPMs helped a bunch. One other question, I would like to redirect the exhaust and not sure if running it to the back or going up is the best. Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks
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I have giving some thought to this for mine as well, I'm not over joyed with it dumping out just in front of my left side. I would run it up and add a rain flapper if needed before back.
This is the way I'm thinking of doing mine.



My last tractor was routed out the back, it added to the pain when dealing with the implements.
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i agree, up is better. we once had a SAME on the farm and it was underneath in the back,it was'nt pleasant hooking up implaments,and if you had a tail wind when doin field work that was all you smelt
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