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    Lower rockshaft to lowest position for backhoe install 260b

    Was just reading the manual for the 260b backhoe. For the install steps, number 4 says to "Lower rockshaft to lowest position". I never seen any videos on youtube mention anything about the rockshaft or anything while installing the backhoe. Does it matter if they are up or down for any reason? When I received the tractor the rockshaft arms were at the highest point.
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    For one thing, lowering the rock shaft would return a lot of hydraulic fluid to the reservoir.
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