Hello all- My Dad has a Kubota B3030, about 8 years old. Used for lots of things including snow clearing with front mount OE Kubota snowblower. Recently the main steel hydraulic line off the engine developed a crack/ severe leak; machine went into dealer, and they needed to take lots apart, even removing the cab, in order to replace the hydraulic line. ouch...$$$... My dad has been sick so I ended up doing snow clearing with it; have used it with the snowblower before but not in several years. What's puzzling me is that as it came back from the dealer, I could not get the snowblower to "drop and float" - it would drop but remain rigid, which equals fixed height and either having to run it elevated from the ground or no steering if pushed down against the ground. Moved the hoses and couplings around and was able to get it to "float" when hooked up so that hydraulic control joystick raises/ lowers the blower when you move the joystick left/ right (right= down/ float detent). Then had to use the front/ back of the joystick to run the rotator on the snowblower's chute. There seems to be no float detent available on the front/ back movement of the joystick. This is klutzy as hell. I am used to equipment where front/ back on the joystick raises a main assembly up/ down and the side-side on the joystick controls the auxiliary motion, such as a bucket or snowblower chute. Am I right that something is out of whack? I cannot say for sure if this was this way before the recent trip to the dealer. Can someone confirm for me that there should be a float detent in the front/ back on the OE Kubota joystick, not on the side-side motion of the joystick. If this is something where they got the cabling bassackwards, is it something I can swap the cables on without major headache/ heartburn? Any tips on what to change and how? I've worked on various other hydraulics but never on this machine.