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billy boy2

05-14-2013 10:38:29
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In focus or out,it looks very little different. The green grass is 8-40' farther away. I guess it doesn't really matter. I could take some clearer pictures, but the piece would be so small they'd be worthless, and if you blew them up,they'd be grainy. Good news is with the top cover off the lift,sump drained, and reaching and feeling around as far as I could to the rear, I felt or saw no place for it. I'm going to assume it came out of the big red ugly cornbinder and carry on. If it came from the N I'm working on now,it had to come out of the tranny, because I'm into the lift and hydraulics now,and it doesn't belong there, and it's too big to come out the diiff drain.

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05-14-2013 10:47:23
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 Re: Mystery piece of a part in reply to billy boy2, 05-14-2013 10:38:29  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWell, since you are in the hyd area, you might look around the PTO shifter (722)?

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 Re: Mystery piece of a part in reply to JMOR, 05-14-2013 10:47:23  
Did that. Everything looking good. Found the majority of my lift problems too. Have a lot wear on the cam follower pin, a little on the cam surface,but not bad. The socket that the long control lever ball engages in the bottom at the rear of the pump is pretty elongated. and wear around the ball at the end of the lever to match. It makes more sense when it's apart and you can seee what's doing what, when, and why. I'm guessing .020 here and there inside at the right places could add up to many inches at the end of the attachment arms. :wink:

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