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Ford 961 Lift

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David G

05-09-2017 17:04:32




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I am going to end up changing the bushings out in the lift, any magic on them, should I also change seals on piston while off?




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Hobo,NC

05-10-2017 04:47:18




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 Re: Ford 961 Lift in reply to David G, 05-09-2017 17:04:32  
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This a N I spec your bushings come out the same... Be careful...



http://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=357903&highlight=bushn



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Dean

05-09-2017 18:46:49




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 Re: Ford 961 Lift in reply to David G, 05-09-2017 17:04:32  
Flip the rock shaft end for end when you change the bushings so that it will wear on the opposite side.

Dean



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David G

05-09-2017 19:00:33




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 Re: Ford 961 Lift in reply to Dean, 05-09-2017 18:46:49  
Good idea, thanks.

Should I pull piston and re-seal that?



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Dean

05-09-2017 19:04:10




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 Re: Ford 961 Lift in reply to David G, 05-09-2017 19:00:33  
Yes. Always replace the O-ring and back up washer when the lift cover is off.

Of course you will also want to replace the cam follower pin and readjust the draft and position control adjustments.

I also thoroughly clean the sump and replace the oil.

Dean



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David G

05-09-2017 19:13:15




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 Re: Ford 961 Lift in reply to Dean, 05-09-2017 19:04:10  
I will post more once it is apart.

I talked to owner, will get shop manual for it.

Much appreciated



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