|DollarBill said: (quoted from post at 04:51:31 08/13/13) No internal adjustment possible. The lift lowers until the piston bottoms out in the cylinder.|
A machine shop could turn out a 1/4" spacer to stop the piston before it bottoms out in the cylinder or you could set the adjustable quadrant stop so arms don't contact the trumpet.
I'm thinking ((what ever you call that part the dog bone goes in) may be bent or cracked. My lift arms don't raise as high as they should either,but it's been like this the last 27yrs I've had it. I'm going to take the top cover off when it gets cooler and check it out. If I don't find any cracks I might just use your spacer idea.
Sorry about the hijack Mark. This post was edited by carlntexas at 07:58:03 08/13/13.