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2-85 hydraulics

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12-06-2012 07:34:59

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The right side hydraulic lever, on my 2-85, when used will not extend and retract the cylinder as far as the left side does. No problems as far as function just rage of motion. I know there is an adjustment for speed but is there one for the range.

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90 Percent Retired

12-06-2012 16:09:08

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 Re: 2-85 hydraulics in reply to pd143, 12-06-2012 07:34:59  
Does the valve return to neutral when the cylinder stops? Can you make the cylinder move to the end of it's stroke by holding the lever in the direction you want the cylinder to move? May be a bad check in the right side control valve, Just guessing at this time. I would tee a gauge into both lines going to the cylinder, if pressure equalizes before the cyl. reaches the end of it's travel the valve on that side will have to be dismantled to find the problem.

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12-06-2012 14:38:46

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 Re: 2-85 hydraulics in reply to pd143, 12-06-2012 07:34:59  
Using the same cylinder, the left side will extend and retract farther than the right. The cylinder when switched to my 1655 will operate the full range on both sides, so it is not the cylinder but something on the right side that is limiting its range of extension and retraction. I'm puzzled

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12-06-2012 13:51:51

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 Re: 2-85 hydraulics in reply to pd143, 12-06-2012 07:34:59  
Is this occuring on the same cylinder when switched from left to right? Could be the coupling locking up. The stroke is not controlled by the valve. We need more details.

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