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update on 35 lift probelm

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Tony in Mass.

08-12-2012 19:00:32

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OK, not exactly quality professionalism.... but, till I have time and another cover and new bits and pieces, this worked for me.
The cover was busted and welded a long time ago, nice job, seems they had a crack that didn't go all the way across, but, they had other issues at the controls, inside .... grounded, chiseled, worn to death. I realized I need the inner lever to push the roller on the pump. I don't need the draft (draught?) at all, I have other tractors, this one need to drill holes, rototill, plain up and down motion, nothing fancy. Sticking a screw driver in the linkage did what I thought I could live with, so I put a short nut bolt and washer in that hole that seems to have no purpose. Put it all back together- hey have a tractor with loader, chainfall, beam and comealong, don't try this alone! And make sure the cahin is balancing the cover level and secure, almost had an expensive lifting accident. Anyway, 6 hours, 45 cents worth of hardware, we'll see how it goes... btw, it goes like a TO30, strong up, a few spungey spots, and down...

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08-13-2012 05:51:29

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 Re: update on 35 lift probelm in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-12-2012 19:00:32  
I did not know you were left handed like me. That puts us about 1 in 20 people. Then I'm also a twin (sis)and that makes me about 1 in a million so once your thru with that cd don't you want to send it to someone special.Christmas is coming!!

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