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202 Lever support bracket help

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jesse CA

05-14-2018 21:03:36

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Hello all

I'm working on rebuilding the Lift cover assembly on my MF202 but I'm stuck on how to disassemble the internal hydraulic's lever support bracket. Individual parts are available from the MF dealer
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05-18-2018 13:50:33

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 Re: 202 Lever support bracket help in reply to jesse CA, 05-14-2018 21:03:36  
I have done this and do not recall that much difficulty in taking it apart. It's been a good few years though.

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05-16-2018 12:11:44

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 Re: 202 Lever support bracket help in reply to jesse CA, 05-14-2018 21:03:36  
Not quite sure what you're asking but everything is bolted together in the picture you show. Simply start unbolting it.

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jesse CA

05-16-2018 19:36:01

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 Re: 202 Lever support bracket help in reply to Inno, 05-16-2018 12:11:44  
Hello inno
Yes you are right Inno it seems at first glance that it should be a simple matter of unscrewing the two self locking nuts which hold two springs in compression and the two threaded rods in place.but releasing the two nuts only allows the threaded rod to move to the extreme left side of the bracket and stop without leaving enough clearance to remove the rods together with the springs from the right side of the bracket without first bending the right side of the bracket to free the springs and threaded rods from the bracket.I cant imagine bending the bracket is the proper way to do this. I'm trying to replace the two cam and lever assemblies because they are very thin and pitted from rust and corrosion. and they are still available new from the MF dealer.

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jesse CA

05-16-2018 19:54:35

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 Re: 202 Lever support bracket help in reply to jesse CA, 05-16-2018 19:36:01  
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This is a picture of another disassembled bracket. notice how I had to bend the right side of the bracket to remove the rods,springs and cam levers.

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