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Help with lift control mechanism .. 67 Ford 3000

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greymond

11-10-2019 16:36:51




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I am doing some trenching with a modification I welded up for my blade. I am trying to get the level even on the scraper. I cant seem to get the control arm to work.. photo below. Any ideas on how that things works?

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greymond

11-10-2019 18:21:15




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 Re: Help with lift control mechanism .. 67 Ford 3000 in reply to greymond, 11-10-2019 16:36:51  
I see! Well, that about says it. Ive got it soaking as we speak. Hopefully I can free it up.



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Destroked 450

11-10-2019 18:04:03




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 Re: Help with lift control mechanism .. 67 Ford 3000 in reply to greymond, 11-10-2019 16:36:51  
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Your handle as been bent, should like like the one on my 801.

It's just a simple hand crank, most likely the threaded rod is rusted and froze in the lower link.



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greymond

11-10-2019 17:29:58




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 Re: Help with lift control mechanism .. 67 Ford 3000 in reply to greymond, 11-10-2019 16:36:51  
do you pull up and twist it? or how does it work?



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Stevob671

11-10-2019 17:22:50




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 Re: Help with lift control mechanism .. 67 Ford 3000 in reply to greymond, 11-10-2019 16:36:51  
It is probably froze up from sitting just below your circle where it is threaded onto the lower lift link. Good soaking of solvent and diesel will help. Pull that zerk out on the lower link and try to dig out the crud and soak it as well. May need some mild heat to get it loose. You will want to take the whole lower unit apart and clean out all the threads. Won't hurt to soak the upper unit by the crank, the gears and let it soak down into the shaft.

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