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Re: Position Control

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billy boy2

05-13-2013 12:16:56

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Ok. When I started, with the lever set to draft, I had movement of the lift arms as soon as I moved the control as if it were set to position control. There was no control of the position in this setting,but the lift arms would stop on the way up and go back down if I moved the control to lower them. I could almost get them to stop in positions,as you can by kind of feathering the control. If I moved the control all the way up, the arms would raise, what looked like too high compared to my others, and would act as if it was trying to raise them even higher,as in I could hear the pump laboring. Moving the quadrant position back made it worse. I didn't even have to raise the control to the top, to get it to go too high,and try to go farther. By the time I adjusted the quadrant all the way forward in small increments, (sp?)testing each time, I got the draft control to only work in the last 2 inches of movement of the control lever, and stop at a reasonable height, without continuing to labor the pump. So all seems good on the draft.

On position control,my control lever all the way down, it holds a box blade about 5" off the ground. Metal to metal solid holding. Positions change higher as they should as I raise and loweras I lower the control, but stops dead with the lower lift arms holding my blade off the ground 5-6".

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05-13-2013 12:30:37

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 Re: Position Control in reply to billy boy2, 05-13-2013 12:16:56  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWhen it"stops dead with the lower lift arms holding my blade off the ground 5-6", 1) if you flip the small lever to Draft at this time, what happens at lift arms? (touch control still fully down). 2) If left 5" up (as far down as you can get it) overnight, is it still holding that 5" the next day? 3) On level surface & lowered as much as possible, then measure & report the distance from flat surface up to Lift Link ball/socket/pin center line.

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