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7710 rockshaft internal adjustments

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The Tractor Dr

03-29-2003 12:30:27

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I have removed the rockshaft cover off an ford 7710. I need advice on how to adjust internal linkage adjustments on the draft and position control as well as the control valve turnbuckle adjustments.

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please help !!!!

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03-29-2003 14:03:49

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 Re: 7710 rockshaft internal adjustments in reply to The Tractor Dr, 03-29-2003 12:30:27  
If you don't have a factory repair manual for this thing, I would suggest you get one, because for someone to explain to you how to properly go through each step of this process would take pages and pages without the help of pictures.

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The Tractor Dr

03-29-2003 15:21:12

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 Re: Re: 7710 rockshaft internal adjustments in reply to Bern, 03-29-2003 14:03:49  
Hey Bern...
I have a tech Manual on this tractor. The instructions and pictures are not so clear (typical ford). The tech manual is very vague and lacks "what if" procedures. I'm trying to make sure i'm adjusting the draft sensing arm correctly and in proportion with the control valve turnbuckle adjustment.
The Tractor Dr. (Mark)

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03-29-2003 16:05:05

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 Re: Re: Re: 7710 rockshaft internal adjustments in reply to The Tractor Dr, 03-29-2003 15:21:12  
Mark, do you have a Ford manual, or an aftermarket one? If it is a Ford manual, it should be plenty clear if you follow it step by step. As I recall, there are plenty of pics to go along with the procedures.

There are no tech manuals that I know of that go into the "what if" side of things, because if they did, it would make it 3 times the size. Sometimes you just have to read between the lines and reason out the "what if" parts.

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