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8n hydralics

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jim knutson

07-19-2014 21:28:57
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hi, got a 1952 8n. the hydraulics will not stay in the same position I put it in. I have to keep my hand on the lever and to say the least it is not too easy to do....up down making grooves etc..
what to do? no position keeper. had one but still didn't work. thanks




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NNP

07-20-2014 03:30:48
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 Re: 8n hydralics in reply to jim knutson, 07-19-2014 21:28:57  
like Bob asked..

Then, if the lever is just sloppy, a new friction disk will help.

sloppy lever on an old worker tractor and you can't get the

rusted on lever mount off without breaking it?

Take the outer part of the lever guard/track off.

bend the lever out. force the guard back on.

lever will rub on guard and stay put.



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Bob

07-19-2014 23:10:24
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 Re: 8n hydralics in reply to jim knutson, 07-19-2014 21:28:57  
What position is the little "flush handle" beneath your right butt cheek in?



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