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charley hellick

01-08-2010 19:20:09

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Hi all.

Is there a position control like one for depth and draft control and another for float on the 3pt? I bought an 830CK in June. Now using it on an 8ft. blade for snow. I have a U 302 Super MM that has the two positions in the 3pt. lever. Upper part is float and lower part is depth. I see there is a long flat lever under the seat on the floor board that has three holes in floor to adjust it. I was wondering if that was it? The hydraulics on the MM are acting up so I put the blade on the Case.

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Charley Hellickson.

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bradley martin

01-09-2010 16:42:28

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 Re: 830ck 3pt in reply to charley hellickson, 01-08-2010 19:20:09  
Charlie; Flat lever on floor controls the sensitivity of the draft-o-matic function of the 3 pt. As the 3 pt on these tractors was power-up only, there was no reason to have a "float" position on the valve(control). The SC and DC had a float position but not the 30CK series.

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01-09-2010 06:54:55

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 Re: 830ck 3pt in reply to charley hellickson, 01-08-2010 19:20:09  
The only depth control on the 830 CK is the position of the lever. If the lowering poppet is not set just right that could be a 6" range with the lever in the same position.

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