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dave 39B

01-24-2010 15:33:21

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Well it looks like I'm going to tear this thing down further than I thought to paint it so I might have a question now and then like I do right now.I have a 52 Csae VAC and I took off the three point arms from the rock shaft(I think that's what it's called) and I got to looking at it and it looks like I can take out four bolts and unhook a couple of hydrolic lines and then I can remove the rest of the lift system off the tractor.Is this how it comes off or is there more to it than this.I don't have my manual yet but after not working for a year the wife has the purse strings drawn up pretty tight.Thanks in advance.

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01-25-2010 05:41:07

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to dave 39B, 01-24-2010 15:33:21  
If you lift the lift arms excessively high the rod and piston on the rockshaft can get bound up in the lift cylinder. it ended up being a good thing for me, I honed the cylinder and replaced the old leather seal with a new one. Live and LEARN gobble

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C. Amick

01-24-2010 19:03:49

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to dave 39B, 01-24-2010 15:33:21  
Check out the web site below. There are some manuals posted on there.

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dave 39B

01-25-2010 05:29:03

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to C. Amick, 01-24-2010 19:03:49  
Hey C. Amick great stuff I downloaded enough that I might just be able to get by until I can afford a manual.Thanks

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dave 39B

01-24-2010 16:45:39

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to dave 39B, 01-24-2010 15:33:21  
Thanks 1031,I was starting to rethink removing it.I thought it looked heavy.I'll set her off to the side fer a few weeks until I get the main body blasted and painted.I'm sure this isn't the last question I asb before I done.Thanks again

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01-24-2010 16:21:37

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to dave 39B, 01-24-2010 15:33:21  
I though you were trying to solve a problem wit the lift. I would guess it at better than 250, so a cherry picker would work great. 4 bolts and some lines and away you go!

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dave 39B

01-24-2010 15:57:53

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to dave 39B, 01-24-2010 15:33:21  
nothing wrong with it I thought it would make it easier to clean and paint it and the tractor.I've got a cherry picker or should I rethink taking it off.

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01-24-2010 15:47:52

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 Re: 3 point lift in reply to dave 39B, 01-24-2010 15:33:21  
That is how it comes off but it is freaking heavy! What is wrong with it that you have to remove it?? I rebuilt 2 of mine with it still on the tractor, a lot easier than dropping it on your foot and unhooking some hydraulic lines.

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