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ford 9700 mystery parts

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jim_uny

01-28-2016 08:56:08




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am going thru new to me ford 9700. found 2 parts in tool box. unknown to me. does anyone know their purpose ? is a P on one. also how does one secure top upper link in "not in use" position. is it a u bracket or a chain. i was unable to find top link in ford online parts diagram. thanks in advance for assistance

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Sean in PA

01-29-2016 13:46:58




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to jim_uny, 01-28-2016 08:56:08  
Here's a link to the parts page for the lift linkage:

http://partstore.agriculture.newholland.com/us/parts-search.html#epc::mr60774ar323742

The bracket with the slot that the toplink handle fits into is number 74 at the top of the diagram, and the toplink adjustment handle with the ball on the end is number 9. You can use the slide at the bottom of the diagram to zoom in and then use your mouse to drag the picture around to see the zoomed-in section you're interested in.

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John_PA

01-28-2016 16:27:10




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to jim_uny, 01-28-2016 08:56:08  
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you can sort of see the ball holding the toplink in the slot. I don't have any pictures of mine, but I do have my original toplink. The original owner never used it, or the 3 pt.



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jim_uny

01-29-2016 08:44:10




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to John_PA, 01-28-2016 16:27:10  
txs for pic. i was wondering if something like that. do you have a better pic or online parts diagram pic so i can obtain it ?



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John_PA

01-28-2016 16:19:22




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to jim_uny, 01-28-2016 08:56:08  
The handle on the toplink that folds up has a round ball on the end cast into the handle. That round ball slips through a round hole on a plate with a slot which contains the toplink slot and the trailer electric plug.



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John_PA

01-28-2016 16:07:07




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to jim_uny, 01-28-2016 08:56:08  
It's broken. The piece on the left is the clamp for the piece on the right, and it is broken, so that the piece on the right cannot be installed. Probably from someone jamming it into park over the years and stretching it out to the point it was in the way in order to get it into park. know what I mean?

good picture...
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jim_uny

01-28-2016 18:04:48




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to John_PA, 01-28-2016 16:07:07  
a pic is worth 1k words.thanks



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Bern

01-28-2016 13:01:47




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to jim_uny, 01-28-2016 08:56:08  
The part on the right is definitely the park position bracket for the high-low shifter handle. Don't know what the other piece is.



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jim_uny

01-28-2016 14:27:38




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to Bern, 01-28-2016 13:01:47  
where does it go & what does it do ? txs



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fordfarmer

01-28-2016 09:01:32




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 Re: ford 9700 mystery parts in reply to jim_uny, 01-28-2016 08:56:08  
Not 100% sure on this....
They could be had with a parking brake, or a transmission lock position ('Park') on the range lever. When in Park, if equipped, the range lever would rest in the notch by the arrow and 'P'.
Dont' know what the other part is, or what is supposed to hold the top link. We always remove ours when we aren't using them.



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