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D-17 Hydralics

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st0rmy

05-13-2002 12:11:28




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We have a 1961 D-17D Acts like traction booster is telling hydralics to lift all the time.Snap coupling arms won't lower and pump labors all the time.Was hooked to remote cylnder,and had to bleed line to disconect.Any info will be appreciated.




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Craig MO

05-13-2002 16:45:05




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 Re: D-17 Hydralics in reply to st0rmy, 05-13-2002 12:11:28  
The spool in your traction booster valve is stuck. Look at front of valves where lever goes up against spool and then move lever away from spool. The valve should come out all the way out following the lever as it is spring loaded. If it does not follow all the way out spray with pennetrating oil and get a pair of visegrips and a screwdriver and pry it back out. Continue working valve in and out with tools and lube until it is free. I've done 100's of these and dought that you have any other problem.

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