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Re: Setting WD hydraulics to

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Will Herring

04-15-2013 17:01:45

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Yes, I have an operators manual for the tractor, and a second one for the 52/53 pick-up plow. The decal on the battery box is long since gone. I see that screw C is the one up top and that you have to go forward and down more to find screw D (fortunately the manual has pretty good depictions of this).

The downside of the WD is not having a traction boost indicator. Should I notice any movement of that slotted "lever" down by screw A when I have my hydraulic lever set right? I think I was setting it too high and causing it to lift out.

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04-15-2013 18:01:17

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 Re: Setting WD hydraulics to in reply to Will Herring, 04-15-2013 17:01:45  
Agreed on the setting too high. Get over half way up and you"re in the lift range. I doubt you"d see any movement of the slotted lever while bouncing down the field. Travel is limited.

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Will Herring

04-15-2013 18:13:55

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 Re: Setting WD hydraulics to in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-15-2013 18:01:17  
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Yeah, I was definitely moving past 1/2 way up. Once it dries out again (man did it pour rain here today) I will give her another try with the lever nearer to the 1/2 way mark.

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