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I know I've seen this discussed on here somewhere, but I can't seem to find the particular thread. Ever since I've had my 1025r (I have about 50 hours on it), when I raise the 3 point lever all the way, there is a pressure noise, as if it's still "working". If I remember correctly, something is out of adjustment. To get the noise to stop, all I have to do is move the lever forward about 1/2 inch. I'm getting ready to do the 50 hour service and thought I'd fix this issue then. If someone knows what needs adjusted or could point me to another thread, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
 

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It sounds like the feedback rod is out of adjustment. There is a mechanism that sense when the 3PH is all the way up so it can then stop/divert the flow of fluid to the 3PH lift cylinder. When this gets out of adjustment the 3PH will continue to lift past the max up position which causes the hydraulics to go into relief.

On my brothers old Ford 1210 the adjustment was a threaded rod under the seat.

I found a YouTube video which describes how to adjust the feedback rod.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4a6JfO4LaP4
 
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