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B hydraulic lever

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JoeyR

12-24-2007 17:34:00




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I feel like an idiot. I've got a '39 B with foot brakes. It also has a PTO and hydraulics with a 3 way valve. I took it apart to paint it and now I can't figure out where the lever that lifts and lowers the cultivators goes. I've got the 3 way valve back on the bottom of the seat. I could see the witness marks where it was bolted before...but I can't figure out where to put that lever so the control rod doesn't interfere with the rest of the controls, and properly reaches the hydraulic pump. Is there any chance someone could point me to a picture online, or maybe describe it's proper location? Any and all advice appreciated. Thanks,
Joe

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JoeyR

12-26-2007 19:29:21




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 Thanks! in reply to JoeyR, 12-24-2007 17:34:00  
Thanks Bob and Allis Nut. While I have no idea how the lever was hooked up and working before, so I mounted the handle where it is supposed to go and then trimmed the rod to make it work. It works fine now and doesn't interfere with any other controls. Joe



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chalmersbob

12-25-2007 18:43:40




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 Re: B hydraulic lever in reply to JoeyR, 12-24-2007 17:34:00  
the cross bar, the part that clamps under the seat, has holes in it for cotter pins to keep in the proper position. should be one on each side of the clamps. Bob



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Allis nut

12-24-2007 20:55:18




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 Re: B hydraulic lever in reply to JoeyR, 12-24-2007 17:34:00  
Joe, the lever bolts up on the right side of the seat frame with the curve going to the left if I remember correctly this should put the tail end above the pump and there should be another rod going to it.



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joeyr

12-24-2007 21:51:33




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 Re: B hydraulic lever in reply to Allis nut, 12-24-2007 20:55:18  
Hi Allis Nut,
I think that's where it is mounted now, using the same bolts the mount the 3 way valve. The handle is on the forward edge of the right side of the seat, tilting forward. The problem is that when I move the handle up, the control rod hits the PTO lever when it is up. The silly part is that I just took this thing apart...so I know it goes back together, I just don't see how. The repair manual does not show this lever in detail.
Thanks again for the reply.
Joe

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