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Re: 8N Hydraulic lift

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03-26-2012 16:12:29

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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeHigh enough to suit you or not as high as when new? Total travel is 25.75 inches in draft control, generally about 2-3 inches less in Position control mode.

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Pete Gray

03-27-2012 08:30:16

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 Re: 8N Hydraulic lift in reply to JMOR, 03-26-2012 16:12:29  
Thanks for the information. I am going to my farm today and will measure. I got this tractor recently and the height has not changed. Thanks Pete

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03-27-2012 10:24:07

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 Re: 8N Hydraulic lift in reply to Pete Gray, 03-27-2012 08:30:16  
one thing you can check, once it's lifted, len on the draft lever a bit and see if ti comes up more.. also may try to adjust the quadrant.. otherwise if not lifting as high as it should, it's likely a worn cam follower pin and / or cam.


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Pete Gray

03-27-2012 13:14:26

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 Re: 8N Hydraulic lift in reply to soundguy, 03-27-2012 10:24:07  
Thanks for the help. The lift will come up approximately 24"-25" from the ground to center line of bushing. I will try the draft lever and see what happens. Thanks Pete

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03-27-2012 13:59:13

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 Re: 8N Hydraulic lift in reply to Pete Gray, 03-27-2012 13:14:26  
if it's coming up 25" it's pretty much there. the last 3/4" is probably a lil wear on the follower pin. might take that up with a quad adjustment.. otherwise it's almos tnot worn enough to mess with.. yer only gonna gain 3/4 of an inch!

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