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reichstall

08-06-2008 16:48:09




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ok i searched back post and did not find anything so here we go on my wd 45 the hyd lever likes to creep up while im running kinda of a pain i put vise grip on it to keep it in place but i cant find any where to tighten it up all the links are tight not all walled up nothing binding just likes to climb back to top any ideas




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joe berendzen

08-11-2008 03:09:20




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 Re: wd 45 hyd lever in reply to reichstall, 08-06-2008 16:48:09  
I had the same problem with both levers so I replaced the blocks and the compression coil springs which took care of it.



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reichstall

08-08-2008 06:25:46




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 Re: wd 45 hyd lever in reply to reichstall, 08-06-2008 16:48:09  
i have the owners manual and it does not have anything on lever creeeping up all adjustments were done per book wear blockmake contact with slide frame no binding that i can tell i just thought maybe some one else had seen this this



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Jack a

08-07-2008 05:36:36




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 Re: wd 45 hyd lever in reply to reichstall, 08-06-2008 16:48:09  
There are adjustments for the linkage. You need to get an owners manual. Also there is a spring on the quadrant. Do you have the wear block on the lever?



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