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Bud s.

03-24-2003 06:12:01

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A friend of mine just got a 15 and it runs good he lifted the two point up and now it won't come down.He says there is pressure on it.Is there another lever to let it down and if there is where would it be ,he said the one that lifted it up won't let it down..thanks for any help.BUD

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Butch (OH)

03-24-2003 10:38:51

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 Re: d-15----2pt. in reply to Bud s., 03-24-2003 06:12:01  
The lever towards the front is lift-lower, the other lever is for adjusting the traction booster and should be clear down when not using the TB. If the tractor has not been used for a while the linkage to the coupler will rust or bind and cause the arms not to go down. Check beside the coupler bell for the draft link and make sure it is free.

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ks chas

03-24-2003 08:46:41

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 Re: d-15----2pt. in reply to Bud s., 03-24-2003 06:12:01  
We had to figure the same thing out on our D 17 this weekend. If its like ours it is the lever behind the one that raised it

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