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    Hydraulic question

    I noticed that if I touch the power beyond connections, I can feel a sort of irregular vibration that I can't feel anywhere else on the tractor (so I doubt it's engine vibration being transmitted). I can even feel it if I reach further in and grab the rubber hose that goes to the PB fittings. Is this normal or do I have a looming pump problem? I also noticed the PB connections leaked a few drops of fluid (saw it on the backhoe platform). Thought this was odd since I hadn't disconnected/reconnected them recently and used the backhoe quite a bit this weekend without any leakage. I've got about 15 hours on the unit now.

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    I'd say normal. As for the leak, ID exactly where it's coming from and try tightening the fitting a bit.
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    What tractor are we talking about?
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    1025R TLB. I was wondering if it was some sort of vibration coming from the pump being transmitted through the lines. I didn't feel the same vibration anywhere else, even when I touched the transmission case. Only when I touched the PB hoses/connections. It's not the even, high frequency vibration. It's irregular and almost reminds you of what a bad bearing might feel like.

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    Now that we know what tractor maybe another member can check his or hers.
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    I crawled around underneath and didn't feel anything vibrating. I took the backhoe and FEL off to mow the lawn and didn't feel the vibration in the PB any more. I noticed it again when I put the backhoe back on so I'm guessing it's just something to do with how fluid flows through the backhoe and probably normal. If someone else with a 1025 TLB could tell me if they notice the same thing, it would be greatly appreciated. I probably just worry too much about this stuff :-)
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