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VAJerry

10-22-2003 18:46:30




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I'm not an allis man but, at a show we had a WD45 there are two levers on the steering colum, I know one is the throttle what is the other? Thanks.




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JMS/MN

10-25-2003 00:19:11




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to VAJerry, 10-22-2003 18:46:30  
The lever on the right side is the throttle. The lever on the left side is the hydraulic lift control. Raising it up activates the lift arms, or if connected to a remote ram or loader cylinders, activates them. It has nothing to do with a trip bucket on a loader, or any adjustment of the hydraulic system. System adjustments are detailed on the decal on the right side of the battery box. If used with a mounted implement to obtain TRACTION BOOSTER, the position of the lever on the quandrant, between raise and lower, determines the amount of TRACTION BOOSTER obtained, as indicated by the TB gauge located under the fuel tank of the WD45. WD does not have that gauge.

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keith turse

10-23-2003 12:25:44




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to VAJerry, 10-22-2003 18:46:30  
jerry the left lever was used for a bucket control for the wd-45's trip bucket I would know i have a 1954 wd-45 with a trip bucket mounted on it. Glad to help Keith Turse



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Sid

10-22-2003 18:55:24




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to VAJerry, 10-22-2003 18:46:30  
Hydraulic control up to raise down to release.



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VAJerry

10-22-2003 19:01:04




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 Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to Sid, 10-22-2003 18:55:24  
Remote cylinder or hitch?



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Sid

10-22-2003 19:19:55




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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to VAJerry, 10-22-2003 19:01:04  
It controls everthing. On the battery box the put a diagram on how to adjust the valves for different functions if that is not there you will have to find a owners manual. I it also controls a remote. sorry I am not able to explain well enough the different setting without a manual.



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