Sorry if there is thread on this already, I looked and couldn't find the answers I was needing. I have a 2019 JD 3025e. When I purchased the tractor, the hydraulics were super responsive, to the point it was almost annoying when you would curl the bucked back it would slam. I currently have right at 80 hours on it. The only issue up until this point was bad loader cylinders that were all replaced under warranty near the 20 hour mark. I service and maintain it by the book because this machine helps puts food on the table for my family. Recently, I noticed that the bucket was slower than it use to be. I thought that I had just figured out how to feather the controls to have a more smooth operations. Yesterday we got 8 inches of snow in about 2 hours (which is a lot for us here.) I got the tractor out and started clearing the roads in my neighborhood. When I would go to dump a bucket full, it was taking forever to dump and curl as well as raise and lower. I first thought this was due to the temperature which was in the high 20's. But after going for over an hour, the hydraulic lines were warm to the touch and the loader was just as slow. No where in my manual does it mention a 50 hours service on the hydraulics. I just sat down and read them again. Some places online mention changing the hydraulic filters at 50 hours. The hydraulic fluid is where it is suppose to be and of normal color. Is this something that a clogged hydraulic filter could cause? Or does anyone else know of possible causes that I could look into. Does anyone else hydraulic lines get warm when working the loader a lot? I am about to install at 3rd function kit for a grapple and was thinking of changing the hydraulic fluid and filters when I do it if it will help. Thanks in advance!