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Re: 52 8n hydraulic touch control lever

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01-02-2014 06:26:09

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Thanks Zane,

If that is it, should i even bother pulling the top cover right now? I figured something was up with the upper end of the lever where it connects to the external touch control and quadrant as it only moves up and down rather than fore and aft when moving from lift to lower...Or am I misunderstanding and have both issues of the sticking control valve and the cam follower?

Thanks again, wierd thing is that it acted fine when the hydraulics were cold (slow as usual), and acted up once i ran it for a half an hour and the lift was moving more quickly...I assume something broke free and clogged the valve then.

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01-02-2014 08:17:20

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 Re: 52 8n hydraulic touch control lever in reply to charlesj, 01-02-2014 06:26:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeZane will take care of you, but I like pictures, so here you see that the control arm rides on the right (red 84) end of shaft (eccentric) such that the top of control arm will move fore/aft when shaft rotates AND it can not help but move up/down by some small amount.


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01-02-2014 10:45:36

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 Re: 52 8n hydraulic touch control lever in reply to JMOR, 01-02-2014 08:17:20  
Gotcha...i see how this works. Thanks for the visual, my concern was that it was only moving up and down...makes sense though if the control valve is sticking

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