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Re: 52 DC Eagle Hitch w/remotes

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11-05-2012 19:18:13

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Thank you.. I will start there. I know I have a lot to learn so thank you to you CNT and to everyone for putting up with me !!

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Christopher Mikesell

11-05-2012 21:25:31

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 Re: 52 DC Eagle Hitch w/remotes in reply to 1952DC, 11-05-2012 19:18:13  
I have just finished reading your old post and it sounds like you may be missing the pin that pushes the check valve open on the upper-driver's-side fitting (the one you replaced). There is an easy way to narrow it down. Switch the two upper hoses with the two lower hoses and try it again. If it works, then somthing is wrong with the upper spool. The two spools in the original SC, DC, and LA hydraulic units should be identical. However, one of the spools will probably be more worn than the other and one spool may have frozen or missing parts. Just switch them and see.

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11-06-2012 03:47:15

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 Re: 52 DC Eagle Hitch w/remotes in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 11-05-2012 21:25:31  
Thanks Christopher. Thats a perfect idea. I don't plan on doing anything with the remotes they are mostly just for show. Same goes for the lifting arms I have nothing to lift but it would be cool to be able to raise and lower them. I will give that a go this evening after work.
Thanks again to everyone

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