Probably worn cam and pin in hydraulic top. Fixed mine last year. If it raises higher when your push down on the little draft control lever and hold down on it, that is what it is. Not very hard to fix. Richard in NW SC
Re: 8N not raising high enough in reply to Richard G., 12-21-2012 05:43:18
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeHello, Richard. Could you please explain further about the connection between pushing the draft control lever down & holding and the conclusion that this means that the cam follower pin is worn. My puzzlement is that when in this position, the Position control linkage of which the cam follower pin is a part, is effectively disconnected from control of the hydraulic control valves?????
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