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Control linkage in FO-19 vs. FO-20

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JeffG in WI

07-12-2019 06:51:40

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Good morning!

Can anyone tell me if the control linkage adjustment procedure in the FO-19 manual is the same as the one in FO-20?

I have a Jubilee that I've used the FO-19 for adjusting. And I have an 860 with original shop manual, but don't have the nuday tools. So before I spend money on a FO-20, just wanted to see if the procedure is exactly the same, including measurements, in the FO-19 and FO-20.



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JeffG in WI

07-12-2019 10:27:12

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 Re: Control linkage in FO-19 vs. FO-20 in reply to JeffG in WI, 07-12-2019 06:51:40  

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07-12-2019 08:21:20

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 Re: Control linkage in FO-19 vs. FO-20 in reply to JeffG in WI, 07-12-2019 06:51:40  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeAbout the only difference that I recall would be the deminsions of the "feeler" gauges.. Something like 3/16"D & 1/4"Posn on Jubilee and on hundred series, 0.395-0.397 for Draft and 0.448-0.450" for Position control.

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JeffG in WI

07-12-2019 07:49:32

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 Re: Control linkage in FO-19 vs. FO-20 in reply to JeffG in WI, 07-12-2019 06:51:40  
Thanks for the reply!
I should have been clearer about what I'm talking about. I have the top cover off and I'm replacing the o-ring/gasket on the hydraulic piston, fixing the cam follower pin, and re-adjusting everything else.

Looks like I'm just going to have to bite the bullet and pick up an FO-20.

Thanks again!


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07-12-2019 07:37:10

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 Re: Control linkage in FO-19 vs. FO-20 in reply to JeffG in WI, 07-12-2019 06:51:40  
'linkage"? I will assume that ;\'linkage' in question is 3 point hydraulics & if so, then the answer is no, as the dimensions specified are different.

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