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Re: Position Control

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billy boy2

05-13-2013 17:01:10

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When I switch to draft with it lowered as far as it goes, it eases on down. With it parked as far down as it goes in position,it will bleed off an be dropped in the morning., actually probably in an hour. I guessed that was bleedoff. When I lower it to the lowest position, the center of the ball socket where they attach to an implement is 21"

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05-13-2013 17:19:49

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 Re: Position Control in reply to billy boy2, 05-13-2013 17:01:10  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeOK, the observance that it will bleed on down shows that it is not a hard metallic we are back to hydraulic valve operation/position. 21 inches is far off the mark. When you switch to draft and it drops on down shows that the position control adjustment/wear is a problem. It would be normal to drop an additional ~ 3 inches but no where close to (21-6) or ~ 15. Eventually the top cover will need to come off to inspect/observe/adjust/repair. If you want to learn a bit more first, you can pull the right side round port with dipstick & reach in an pull control arm toward rear & very likely see the arms drop. This will tell you that if you can move the valves, then it is operational and you need to focus on linkage. By the way op manual says 8 1/2 to 34 1/4 is range of travel.

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