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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Board

touch control ? lift acts goofey!!

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Posted by gutterman on February 09, 2013 at 19:13:30 from (

Hi all, a while back I had the top cover off and straightened all the bent parts,and replaced the rings,and cam follower pin,and adjusted it using the Zanes tool, it worked great for a couple months, then the touch control started falling (I had/have to hold it up by hand) I can feel it pulling down when I have a load on the 3 pt. if I let go the handle slams down. also here lately the lift only works when I lift the handle almost to the top, I removed the yoke and tightened the spring and messed around pushing and pulling the slide part of the control (seems like i have tightened the spring to much). I really dont know what to do now. should I pull the top cover and start adjusting all over? as I'm typing this I'm trying to think if the position control is on or off, and really don't remember which way it should be, (pls let me know, this time i will wright it on the tractor with a sharpie..hahhah) dang it would be bad if I messed around with it and all that was wrong was if my nephew or myself changed the lever. any idea what I should do first, other than check the position control lever?? would like to try plowing soon and need to deal with this..thanks


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