Yes, they could...if you have ever re-sealed hyd. cylinders...you would not trust them unless you knew for sure that the seals were fairly new...even then...there is probably an over-pressure blow-off valve or ball and spring that is calibrated to a certain pressure in the feed and hold system and they can get grit in them and not seat...hydraulic rams could leak and drop
As an aside...that is a cute little tractor you have...I have worked on a few of them...absolutely darling...
Sincere appreciation...I got to know those cute little things when I worked at a tractor dealer...I believe that they were built in the 80's.sarcasm or serious
Since the cupholder arms race of the 90s on, you couldn't sell a vehicle with what these things have(seriously, what are those rings on the glove box door‽). I'm -shudder- minivan shopping at the moment and the things are advertising 18 cupholders(for an 8 passenger vehicle). I don't even know what you do with them all, but I'm sure mine will end up full of trash and stale cheerios, if I'm lucky.The boat has more cup holders than my truck!
Since the cupholder arms race of the 90s on, you couldn't sell a vehicle with what these things have
I remember back in the mid 90's Dodge had a commercial for their mini vans. The whole thing was about the 247 (ok maybe not quite that many) cup holders it had. No other selling points at all. I thought that was pretty sad and actually pretty fitting for Dodge. That was it's ONLY selling point.the things are advertising 18 cupholders(for an 8 passenger vehicle).