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zacbradt

07-01-2014 21:12:41
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can the quadrant control shaft be pulled out and replaced without taking the lift cover off




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bocephas

07-02-2014 19:53:21
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 Re: to 30 quadrant shaft removal in reply to zacbradt, 07-01-2014 21:12:41  
Agree with Jason. It can be pulled no problem. The fork retracting spring will not be affected.



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zacbradt

07-02-2014 18:32:27
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 Re: to 30 quadrant shaft removal in reply to zacbradt, 07-01-2014 21:12:41  
its inside the lift housing. manual calls it the fork retracting spring it is the last step in the reassembly instructions.
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zacbradt

07-02-2014 14:47:17
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 Re: to 30 quadrant shaft removal in reply to zacbradt, 07-01-2014 21:12:41  
the adjustment isnt what i was worried about. i have the factory repair manual but the only mention of assembling the quadrant is in a section about removing the lift housing and there is a spring that got put back after the quadrant shaft was put in. i just wanted to be sure if i took it out that spring wouldnt be an issue. thanks for the help
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Jason S.

07-02-2014 14:57:25
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 Re: to 30 quadrant shaft removal in reply to zacbradt, 07-02-2014 14:47:17  
What spring are you referring to? The one behind the castle nut that tightens up on the friction disc?



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Jason S.

07-02-2014 04:36:35
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 Re: to 30 quadrant shaft removal in reply to zacbradt, 07-01-2014 21:12:41  
Yes it can be removed easily. Just remove the four bolts holding the quadrant control assembly in place and pull it straight out. It"s the same for the TO,TE,and TEA series. When you reinstall the quadrant you know it has to be adjusted don"t you? You adjust the quadrant after adjusting the draft control spring under the seat. If you need to know how we can help you.



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Charles in Aus.

07-02-2014 01:21:07
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 Re: to 30 quadrant shaft removal in reply to Tom H., 07-01-2014 21:12:41  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

It can on a TEA , they get fairly rusty over time and pulling them out to clean and grease is good practice .



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