It had a steady stream about 1/8 of an inch coming down from the lift cylinder. I thought that was odd considering it was new rings and the cylinder was in spec. I have since replaced it with the hybrid piston setup with a used set of rings from a TO30. The end gap on the new rings was .013 the same cylinder with the used TO30 rings was .007. I just wanted to share my findings. Although I did finally solve my problem on why I never had much of an adjustment on the quadrant. The shaf was too worn. I had to weld it up and turn it back down. Now it is much better.
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