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5040 Lift Handle

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nh8260

02-11-2021 16:26:05




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The lift handle on my AC 5040 is about rusted apart so i have a new one coming, question is how does it come off?? i removed the nut and washer at the quadrant but it will not budge!! i even tried pushing against it with a couple screwdrivers, anyone know what i need to do?




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lfnel

02-13-2021 14:36:56




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 Re: 5040 Lift Handle in reply to nh8260, 02-11-2021 16:26:05  
Maybe soak in a good penetration oil like KROIL for a day or two, then tap on it while under tension attempting to pull it off as someone else here described earlier.



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gatz271

02-12-2021 09:25:38




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 Re: 5040 Lift Handle in reply to nh8260, 02-11-2021 16:26:05  
Yes, it appears that the shaft that the lever mounts to is tapered and has a half-moon key Item 23, M4x4x10, so don't loose it.

If there's room, you could use a brass drift & small hammer to pop the end of the shaft.
It would help alot if you had extra hands to pry on the lever like you had attempted while doing this.

Other than that, some kind of puller; again if there's room

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nh8260

02-14-2021 07:53:10




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 Re: 5040 Lift Handle in reply to gatz271, 02-12-2021 09:25:38  
It finally moved, i used a couple thick chisels at the top and bottom and it came loose. i put anti seize on the new one so it will be easier next time!!



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gatz271

02-11-2021 20:17:38




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 Re: 5040 Lift Handle in reply to nh8260, 02-11-2021 16:26:05  
can you be more specific about which handle ?
or take a pic of what you're working on?

Have you tried looking at the AGCO Parts Book (online) ?
If not, go to the AGCO Parts Books site, type in 5040, then go to
Hydraulic Systems - Lift Systems, Lift Control Outer Page 232 should come up. Also look at Page 234


Just click on VIEW BOOKS under GUEST USER

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nh8260

02-11-2021 20:43:17




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 Re: 5040 Lift Handle in reply to gatz271, 02-11-2021 20:17:38  
The 3 point hitch handle, i've looked in the parts book but didn't help much, it does show a woodruff key followed by a spring and a cup. It must be a tapered fit??



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