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3000, 3pt position control?

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phil25

11-26-2017 07:49:57




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morning: Still chasing this 3000 3pt lift operation, I attached a photo or two of the assembly, and i see wear on the pin that the main arm cam runs against.
When the lift handle is raised, the cams move and the spool valve goes forward into the body, but only works if the position/draft lever is pushed ahead to force the spool valve slightly more ahead.
The p/d lever just flops back and forth about 2.5/3 inches, and doesn't go below the aux valve hose connections[ someone had a photo of the p/d handle down past the aux valve when in draft position?]
Also there is about 1/4 inch gap between the main control arm and the p/d operated assembly, that pushes against it, and the the d/p connecting linkages all have slack movement no matter where the position control lever is placed.
The full raise position does push the spool valve forward, and works if the p/d lever has been forward and back, and the control lever to lift was in the full down position to start with.
Hope that didn't confuse everyone? lol

Has anyone got a pdf of the adjustment operation, hope the photos explain what I found.
Tks

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714_run

11-26-2017 11:28:53




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 Re: 3000, 3pt position control? in reply to phil25, 11-26-2017 07:49:57  
lengthen out the long nut on the bottom with the jam nut a turn or 2 and try it



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phil25

11-26-2017 08:52:04




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 Re: 3000, 3pt position control? in reply to phil25, 11-26-2017 07:49:57  
I thought the comments would show with the photos... but anyway the first one is an attempt to show the worn pin, the second is of spring/linkage positions when the position control is in full raise, and the third is when in full lowewr position.
In either case the linkage connected to the p/d lever is slack the same amount.
Maybe it makes more sense now?
tks



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Bern

11-26-2017 08:17:08




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 Re: 3000, 3pt position control? in reply to phil25, 11-26-2017 07:49:57  
I don't have the instructions handy to send to you, but I will say that replacing the worn pin should make a big difference in the operation of the unit. I'd start there. It's amazing how much a half-worn pin can throw everything under there out of whack.



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