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Learned a new trick

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james hill

07-12-2019 12:50:45




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This old dog learned a new trick today, I have several 8n's I use for dragging roads and etc, and there has been a few times they have broken down on the road pulling a box or straight blade, and of course by the time I get back with a truck the 3 point gas fallen all the way down, I used to keep a come a long in the truck to pull it up with just for this problem, but today I learned that if you turn the pto off, raise the 3 point lever to the full up position, take a long shank screw driver and put it through the hole on the pto shaft and turn it back and forth like you would a hydraulic jack, the arms will raise all the way up no matter how heavy the implement. And you can do it without the screw driver if there is nothing on the arms when you trying to hook up an implement by yourself and need to adjust the heights.

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Hobo,NC

07-13-2019 18:18:02




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 Re: Learned a new trick in reply to james hill, 07-12-2019 12:50:45  
Thumbs up I would have never thought of rocking it back and forth...



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Ultradog MN

07-13-2019 08:03:47




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 Re: Learned a new trick in reply to james hill, 07-12-2019 12:50:45  
Nice trick.
It might be the only advantage to having non live hydraulics tho.



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Kirk-NJ

07-13-2019 01:06:11




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 Re: Learned a new trick in reply to james hill, 07-12-2019 12:50:45  
Kind of like this, then once all the way up throw a piece of 6x6 wood under the top 3pt arm.



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new oxford 2n

07-12-2019 18:37:57




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 Re: Learned a new trick in reply to james hill, 07-12-2019 12:50:45  
How about a 2 1/8 socket and a long handled ratchet. works for me



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markct

07-14-2019 12:33:30




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 Re: Learned a new trick in reply to new oxford 2n, 07-12-2019 18:37:57  
Where's the 2 1/8 socket go?



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