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part number for pneumatic lift all component

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dmiller

04-12-2018 19:19:34




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I'm trying to replace the little rubber washer in the (think its called the pressure valve) that is on the right side (near the oil pressure gauge) on the pneumatic lift all. Anyone know the part number for it. About 8 years ago I got one from my local CaseIH dealer and it was still available.

Liftall works still, but will not stay up, drifts down immediately. I think this rubber washer is the pressure leak.

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gene bender

04-13-2018 01:15:30




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 Re: part number for pneumatic lift all component in reply to dmiller, 04-12-2018 19:19:34  
Yes that's the problem take it out and check it. If its not warped too much using some fine sand paper sometimes you can get them "live" enough to make them work again. The brass washer needs to be clean and the pin needs to be cleaned also so it can move free up and down.Make a new gasket use thin material as too thick will not let the washer seat good. Grease the shaft so the spring can move the lever free. Do not try to remove the shaft. The seal in the center can be ruined. That shaft does screw into place as it does have threads on the end. I haven't got a new one in quite a while but they were available

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Jim Becker

04-12-2018 19:25:31




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 Re: part number for pneumatic lift all component in reply to dmiller, 04-12-2018 19:19:34  
This is the control valve. The valve on the exhaust manifold is the pressure valve. I believe the rubber washer is called the "control valve seat". It is part number 15 214 E.



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