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1070 3 pt. hitch arms

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Pa Dan

05-09-2010 17:34:55




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mEL We finished the power shift, All is good
Did you get the shaft back, Butch dropped it off at the Dallas location.

Now the lift arms, they were slow back when we had the tranny problems, now they do not lift at all. Were to start, all other Hyd. seems to work okay.




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mEl

05-09-2010 19:01:49




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 Re: 1070 3 pt. hitch arms in reply to Pa Dan, 05-09-2010 17:34:55  
Dan, In all likelyhood the lift plunger in the DOM valve is sludged up and needs removed and cleaned. I know you have a service manual so you have all the info needed, most times you can remove the side plate up on top above the right brake and correct the problem. Also check the lowering plunger to make sure its not stuck. look at the service manual, Clean the area around the side plate to insure cleanliness, remove the side plate, remone the components from all three bores, The raise plunger must be disassembled and cleaned and reassembled following the instructoins in the manual, clean the bores with Brake and Parts cleaner and reassemble. put the DOM Lever in raise position to allow the lowering plunger to seat and tap it with a brass rod or punch to make sure its seated. the ball and spring can be held in position with some heavy grease till reassembly is completed. Post back when you get it done and let us know how it works out.

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