Re: Still Need Help! 2N Hydraulics

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Posted by JMOR on October 01, 2018 at 16:42:11 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Still Need Help! 2N Hydraulics posted by Jack - Iowa on October 01, 2018 at 16:16:38:

A bit strange to me, as there is a substantial spring stretched between the hinged (mid-point) of the yoke and the front edge of the lift ram cylinder and this spring is stretched when touch control is moved to LOWER, so I would expect the opposite movement of TC lever that you are seeing. When moving the lever, I would expect more force to be required when moving toward LOWER than when moving toward raised. It is very important to realize, that this spring is really the only force moving the valve, whether to LIFT or to LOWER, as the fork will simply un-hinge without this spring force. Verify the spring for sure & watch for fork un-hinging when Lower or LIFT TC movement is initiated.


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