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Need to adjust pressure and flow compensating valves on this 5230 tractor, could use some info, thanks, Steve

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Well do you have a double stack vavle? does it have a flat head scwerdrire and a nutto adjust itto increste the pressure? you did not give enought information for me to help you.

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