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Re: 8N Hydraulic lift

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03-31-2012 07:34:10

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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou may want to remove the right side round inspection port & look inside. It is possible that some linkage is bent, resulting in the intake control valve being closed early (before full up).

In the attached picture, you see a pin sticking out the side of the control arm, extending over the mouth/edge of ram cylinder piston. In normal operation, at full lift, the ram piston will slightly emerge from this cylinder & push that pin/arm rearward, and the bottom end of tat arm then moves the intake control valve to closed position , thus halting fluid flow & further lift.
See if that all looks right in yours.

The control arm ahould be straight.

Not bent like this:

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Pete Gray

04-01-2012 16:02:26

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 Re: 8N Hydraulic lift in reply to JMOR, 03-31-2012 07:34:10  
Thanks for the advise. I really appreciate the explanation and photos. I have some other work that it pressing and want be able to tackle this immediately. I am not giving up just to many irons in the fire. I will fix this problem especially with the expert advice. Do I need to do anything with my question on the forum? This was my first time to use this forum.

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