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Re: 4000/3pt lift height, postion controll, what this?

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04-28-2013 18:58:04

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It shouldn't matter what position the selector lever is in... the arms should fully raise in either draft or position control when the control lever is fully raised.
Something looks strange about the geometry of the lift arms. Do the lift arms/crank come up by the seat when fully raised? Do you have another pic of that?
Could be that it simply has the wrong lift rods... or they're fully extended so they're longer than necessary.... or not correctly positioned on the lift arms. Several possibilities.

As far as that street elbow on the remote valve... you can either remove it or get the correct hydraulic style steel fitting that should have enough clearance for the selctor lever to clear past it.


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04-28-2013 19:25:30

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 Re: 4000/3pt lift height, postion controll, what this? in reply to RodInNS, 04-28-2013 18:58:04  

Can't get another picture till I get back home this weekend. I'm a driver. Battery was low. So I only charged it enough to take these two pictures this morning before leaving. Heres one from when I just got it. But I don't think that will be close enough the tell anything. But both arms are set at the same length. I can't turn the crank on the one that is adjustable due to the crank hits the rollover protection. But it feels like it's gears are striped out any way. That's another thing to work on.

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