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lift linkage inside top cover

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tractorknut

05-17-2020 08:17:08




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Linkage rusted up, lift handle won't move. Any suggestions




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Bern

05-17-2020 08:40:37




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 Re: lift linkage inside top cover in reply to tractorknut, 05-17-2020 08:17:08  
When you go to the doctor, do you simply say "it hurts", and expect him to take it from there? At the very LEAST, tell us what you're working on.



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tractorknut

05-17-2020 18:55:43




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 Re: lift linkage inside top cover in reply to Bern, 05-17-2020 08:40:37  
Bern, it is a 1954 NAA. A couple of years ago, I removed the top cover of the hydraulics and wire wheeled all the linkage in the cover and used anti seize on all the parts, everything worked as it should until this year and now again I can't hardly move the lever to raise or lower the implements, and the position control don't work now. Any ideas what is going on here. The tractor is stored under a carport where no rain gets to it.

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Bern

05-18-2020 19:17:32




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 Re: lift linkage inside top cover in reply to tractorknut, 05-17-2020 18:55:43  
This shouldn't have happened if you used anti-seize a couple of years ago. Regardless, it is what it is, and the only way you're going to really know what happened inside is by taking it back apart. Since you had it torn down before, it should not be foreign to you now.



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