kenben said: (quoted from post at 20:33:19 01/25/13) constant draft control spring at 3.58" length.position control spring at 1 29/32".the control arm will not make contact with the position control spring adjustment bolt head.??
Is there adequate adjustment to make the 1 29/32 dimension longer? This post was edited by JMOR at 18:42:34 01/25/13.
Re: what am I doin wrong in reply to JMOR, 01-25-2013 17:48:30
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeOne thing that would result in your problem is that the draft control link assy is positioned too far forward. How could that happen? For whatever reason the draft control plunger (inside big spring at rear) is too far forward, as in incorrect assembly or improper shim, etc. Have you had the big spring/draft control plunger apart? Added shims?
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