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Re: jd 4000 rockshaft control issue

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JD Dave

04-27-2013 10:19:51

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OK Tim. In preparation for removing the rockshaft control valve and with the rods removed I note that the selector lever on the control valve will now move out of the "D" position if the control lever is moved beyond the "Low" position, - that is further rearward than the rod as adjusted would have allowed when assembled. In other words to allow the selector lever to move when the control rod is attached you'd have to extend the control rod at the clevis and move the operator's control lever to complete down. Somehow I don't think this is how it's supposed to work. Seems on my other tractors that the selector can be moved with the height control lever in any position. Does this tell you something? Thanks.

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Tx Jim

04-27-2013 10:34:30

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 Re: jd 4000 rockshaft control issue in reply to JD Dave, 04-27-2013 10:19:51  
Yes the L/D control lever should have the capability of being moved no matter where the 3 pt control lever is setting. If it were my tractor I would perform the L/D adjustment as outlined in JD tech manual before R&R of control valve.

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Tim S

04-27-2013 12:40:29

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 Re: jd 4000 rockshaft control issue in reply to Tx Jim, 04-27-2013 10:34:30  
I"m with Jim ,,you may even get by changing the linkage in through the bung hole,I do this with a 9/16" socket welded to an extension... give me a call 740-743-1085

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