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Need help on JD 200 series elec. lift

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02-15-2014 15:33:23

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I was following the JD manual on replacing the elec lift cylinder (linear actuator)and ran into a puzzle. Book say remove the pin on the output end. No close up picture. There is a heavy offset sheet metal part either covering or welded to the end of a visible pin that appears to go thru the bushing which goes thru the output end of actuator ram.
If that pin which is about 3 inches long is to be removed, the offset has to swiveled aside, but appears to be welded. Before I use force to bend or swivel, does any one know how that assembly works? Thanks for your time, Leo.

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02-15-2014 17:03:27

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 Re: Need help on JD 200 series elec. lift in reply to IaLeo, 02-15-2014 15:33:23  
Looks like the pin and the offset metal part (#23) come out together, after removing bolt # 24.

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02-15-2014 17:26:32

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 Re: Need help on JD 200 series elec. lift in reply to Bob, 02-15-2014 17:03:27  
Thanks. Couldn't see the fastener. Appreciate your visual. Working under these 200 series is a real challenge and I am glad the parts last 40 years. The gears stripped in the actuator the way it sounds and that snow blower is mighty unwieldy if you can not lift it to back up. Leo

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02-15-2014 17:32:32

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 Re: Need help on JD 200 series elec. lift in reply to IaLeo, 02-15-2014 17:26:32  
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Are you aware you can find the diagram I posted, or parts breakdowns for about anything DEERE has ever made at

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