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Re: TD-7G blade control levers

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12-07-2012 05:31:46

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You confuse me. You say two lever,, it should already operate UP & DOWN and ANGEL on one tall control then the tilt on the other short lever. No way to control all THREE spools on any ONE lever that I know of. Please explain your question more if I have missed it. Have several td 7/8/9 s clear on up to td 9H dressers but never have made any blade changes and doubt that it could be done. You could I guess but a electric switch on top of the tall lever and electric to the tilt. How long have you owned the unit.?

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Dr. Walt

12-24-2012 05:16:42

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 Re: TD-7G blade control levers in reply to jm., 12-07-2012 05:31:46  

Quite simple really, it's called a Unitrol Valve. Stick forward = Blade down, Stick back = Blade up, Stick right = Angle right, Stick left = Angle left, Rotate the knob on top to the right (clockwise) = Tilt right, Rotate the knob on top to the left (counterclockwise) = Tilt left . Also, all three functions can be done simultaneously, but it works slower than if you did each function individually.

When I worked underground in the mines as a Union Certified, Senior Top Millwright / Mine Maintenance Mechanic , I worked on a lot of equipment that had a multi-function single joystick.


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