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Re: MF 50 Multi Power

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Jim Gorter

03-03-2013 12:25:53

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Thanks for the replies. I followed the linkage to the trans top cover. The tiny rod goes down into housing thru a rubber boot which is realy tore up.
Is the clamp under this boot? While moving the lever up and down, I dont feel any resistance,like it is moving a valve. How can I see whats happening below the boot? Cover to remove? Thanks, Jim.

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03-03-2013 15:10:53

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 Re: MF 50 Multi Power in reply to Jim Gorter, 03-03-2013 12:25:53  
Hi Jim, The clamp should be above the boot. I
wonder if because unit is not working, parts have
been removed. If you could find the parts if would still be worth trying.Chuck

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03-03-2013 14:47:35

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 Re: MF 50 Multi Power in reply to Jim Gorter, 03-03-2013 12:25:53  
You might remove the 4 bolt cover below the clutch and see if the bellcrank moves OK, need a helper to move rod while using a light and mirror to watch the linkage. Had a 65D that lost MP, pivot bolt was broken on that one, had to split to replace the bolt. Rod should move about 3/4 inch total travel, spool will limit rod travel if working OK. If pivot bolt is broken inside it will move more, and may fall inside if control linkage is removed from the rod.

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