Topic: Re: Hydraulic lift lever won't stay down|
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|Jeremy in DE
The smarter and more experienced ones aren't replying, so I'll give my two cents and maybe if I'm wrong that will make them step in...
I fixed this problem on my TO-30 a few weeks ago. If your model is similar, to solve the lift lever movement, replace the friction disk. This requires separating the piece that holds the lever from the shaft it is on. This was a pain for me. Once separated, replace the disk. You can buy new ones, or I made a disk from a piece of old leather laying around. Problem solved.
My better fix over all for my TO30--in addition to above--was building a knock-off of a zang thang which I did with wood and cpvc pipe since I don't have many metal working tools.
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