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    Default An unknown part

    Guys, hat's this lever used for?

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    Default Re: An unknown part

    Is that connected up to the seat track mechanism?
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    Default Re: An unknown part

    Feedback rod for hydraulic system. Don't think you should attempt adjustment.

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    Default Re: An unknown part

    That's how the hydraulic lift system knows the position of the 3-pt arms.

    It's related to the control lever over on the right, where you preset your intended height.

    Diagram - from YM240 Operation Manual:



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    Default Re: An unknown part

    While you may not want to adj the link, it does look like the jam nuts are loose. What is the correct length so jam nuts can be tightened and result in correct length rod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey_Fx
    While you may not want to adj the link, it does look like the jam nuts are loose. What is the correct length so jam nuts can be tightened and result in correct length rod.
    Hmmm...

    Now I'm wondering if mine is set up correctly.

    P1090564r3ptFeedbackRod.jpg

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    Default Re: An unknown part

    I wanna know this also.
    I have had problems with a little set offset disc plough. It just wouldn't break up the soil.

    I'm pretty sure it is the "Draught Control".

    It controls the depth that the 3 point runs at.

    I don't know if it limits the lower or upper level or if it stops the 3 point from "jumping" up [stump jumping].

    I would love to know the correct settings.

    Wombat

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    Default Re: An unknown part

    If anyone understands this Position Control rod and has good setup instructions, I'd appreciate a little enlightenment.

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    Default Re: An unknown part

    Aha!

    Followed my own advice, RTFM, and look what I found.




    In this diagram, the two jam nuts on the feedback rod are near the end of the threads.

    It looks like mine (photo, above) is set up correctly to match its Operating Manual.

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    Default Re: An unknown part

    I don't have my service manual handy, but is there any info on how to adjust it if it has been assembled incorrectly, as gcp's appears to have been? I'm sure they are all different, like mixture screws on a carburettor.

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