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02-24-2013, 06:10 PM #1
Control valve spring?!?
On an NAA hydraulic system- there is the control valve with the adjustable turnbuckle for draft control. Is there supposed to be a spring -about 2" long- under it, inside the lift cylinder assy? I have this big spring in the control valve bore that is pushing all the armatures way out of where the manual is saying they need to be adjusted, and it makes the bottom inch or so of the draft control lever sprung as well. I don't see a spring in the parts diagrams. With all the other PO oddities of this tractor, I wouldn't be surprised if it isn't supposed to be there.
In this diagram, I have a spring at the end of #28.
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02-24-2013, 06:41 PM #2
Re: Control valve spring?!?
Wait... nevermind. I got it.
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