Not normal. Check the timing rod. That shiny rod that goes from left to right at the bottom of the carrier. Look for a sheared or missing pin.
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If they aren't physically tied together, then of course that is how they will work. Fluid will take the path of least resistance, which usually means one cylinder will operate until it hits a stop or resistance, and then the other. When both are fully extended or retracted, then the pressure relief kicks in if you keep the valve open.I was told by the dealership that this is normal and that it's actually supposed to happen....hmmmm.
Have you read the thread linked in the post below?I was told by the dealership that this is normal and that it's actually supposed to happen....hmmmm. Also, any ideas as to why my backhoe loses pressure and I can swing the stick and bucket freely WHILE THE TRACTOR IS RUNNING?. Again dealership's service dept has no clue.
There is an ongoing discussion about this -