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Fordson Tractors Discussion Forum

How to access Hydraulic Lift Position control Pin

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harveyhorn

02-19-2019 06:02:12




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The Hydraulic Lift stoped working entirely on my 1959 Fordson Dexta. The lift was partially working the last couple of years, and “Majorman” had recommended that the issue was related to Position control pin being worn.

Looking for information on how to remove the cover under the seat to access the Hydraulic Lift system.
Need to know how to reassemble the system to access the Position control Pin?

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Livewire84

04-03-2019 08:07:49




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 Re: How to access Hydraulic Lift Position control Pin in reply to harveyhorn, 02-19-2019 06:02:12  
Thanks, I will probably just use the permatex then.



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JLMac

04-03-2019 07:56:23




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 Re: How to access Hydraulic Lift Position control Pin in reply to harveyhorn, 02-19-2019 06:02:12  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Yes, a sealer such as Ultra Black will work fine.



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Livewire84

04-02-2019 08:16:20




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 Re: How to access Hydraulic Lift Position control Pin in reply to harveyhorn, 02-19-2019 06:02:12  
Did you use a gasket for the hydraulic lift lid, when you put it back together, or something like permatex gasket maker ?

I am in the US and cannot find a gasket in stock for my 62 power major.



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Majorman

02-19-2019 09:43:38




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 Re: How to access Hydraulic Lift Position control Pin in reply to harveyhorn, 02-19-2019 06:02:12  
You have got to lift the lift off, keep the arms lowered and lift the housing up slightly and back to allow the linkage to clear. Be careful, you have slackened off the ram cylinder retaining bolts, the ones inside the outer ring of bolts at the front. You may need the ram cylinder off to get to the linkage a bit easier,there is another ram cylinder retaining bolt under the Auxiliary Service Plate at the front of the lift.


Ram cylinder off.

You may need to strip the linkage out, this will mean removing the lift lever and quadrant, the flat link and possibly the external draft control spring and linkage. I have managed to do this job by just taking off the flat link and tilting the position control linkage forward to get at the pin.

The pin you are after is this one. Usually it will be worn nearly through.

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harveyhorn

03-31-2019 17:48:49




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 Re: How to access Hydraulic Lift Position control Pin in reply to Majorman, 02-19-2019 09:43:38  
Removed the unit. From the pictures included, does the pin look to be the issue or something else?



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