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Re: Lift raises with lever in down position ?

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07-06-2013 01:12:17

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i bought this one as a restore project. whether it worked properly i dont know, former owner had parked it for several years. I did remove pump and cleaned and inspected it, before the paint job and engine rebuild. upon inspection the intake valve was stuck, i stretched the spring and reinstalled. everything else looked ok. it has sat over the past winter on me as im just now finishing it up,so i'll pull inspection plate and go from there.

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07-06-2013 15:07:58

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 Re: Lift raises with lever in down position ? in reply to dave404, 07-06-2013 01:12:17  
post back what ya find.

just curious.. what oil did you put back in it?

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07-07-2013 12:41:47

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 Re: Lift raises with lever in down position ? in reply to soundguy, 07-06-2013 15:07:58  
Soundguy, we pulled inspection plate, the problem is the long control rod isnt moving enough to move the valves all the way in and out.
So i will have to remove the top part, and what do i look for once removed ?
Acts like too much play in the long rod. I dont have a manual handy either.

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07-08-2013 05:53:00

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 Re: Lift raises with lever in down position ? in reply to dave404, 07-07-2013 12:41:47  
get a manual, and really conside getting the adjustment jig from zane if you pull it.

have you adjusted the quadrant yet?

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07-08-2013 06:31:33

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 Re: Lift raises with lever in down position ? in reply to soundguy, 07-08-2013 05:53:00  
got the cover off and the long rod off. gonna straighten it. i thought it was straight but once cover was off, it is arched shaped. No not done any adjusting yet.

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07-08-2013 06:32:38

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 Re: Lift raises with lever in down position ? in reply to dave404, 07-08-2013 06:31:33  
got a manual now

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