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Justinwheeler

05-17-2018 08:35:40




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I have a Ford 640 tractor the 3 point arms have no movement draft control, is this normal or is it out of adjustment?




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Sean in PA

05-18-2018 08:09:39




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to Justinwheeler, 05-17-2018 08:35:40  
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PTO has nothing to do with the 3 point lift hydraulics on a 640. That was only true for the N series tractors (9N/2N/8N).



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Tim PloughNman Daley

05-18-2018 03:20:23




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to Justinwheeler, 05-17-2018 08:35:40  
Just a thought, is the PTO lever engaged? Does it work in POSITION CONTROL? If PTO is engaged yet no movement at all, it may be time to get into the hydraulic system.

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)



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JMOR

05-17-2018 13:05:16




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to Justinwheeler, 05-17-2018 08:35:40  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeAs well as other wear spots, such as draft control plunger seat or bent draft control link assy.



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JMOR

05-17-2018 12:59:05




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to Justinwheeler, 05-17-2018 08:35:40  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seenot normal. Worn parts, such as cam follower pin, or adjustments.



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Justinwheeler

05-17-2018 13:42:23




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to JMOR, 05-17-2018 12:59:05  
Thanks JMOR, for as long as I remember no work has been done on the under the lift cover.



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Justinwheeler

05-17-2018 12:56:12




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to Justinwheeler, 05-17-2018 08:35:40  
I meant to say, the touch control lever will not move the 3 point arms at all in draft control, is this normal?



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William Fissell

05-21-2018 19:54:22




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 Re: Ford 640 Draft Control in reply to Justinwheeler, 05-17-2018 12:56:12  
nope. you will have to have a look under there. ive rebuilt a few and if i can anyone can.



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