Posted by mysterybags on January 01, 2012 at 22:57:06 from (126.96.36.199):
Hi, I have a 1949 E27n which I am in the process of restoring. With the linkage on the back I have replaced the oil and it is now going up and down with the lever, it wasn't working at all when I got the tractor as it was low on oil and had water in it as well. I am unable to stop the linkage and hold the height anywhere between fully 'up' and fully 'down'. If I do move the lever back to the neutral position the arms creep back down. Also the lever does not flick back to the neutral position of it's own accord upon reaching the fully 'up' position. Any help you can offer with regards to adjustment for the linkage would be much appreciated. Thanks, Chris
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