In Reply to: Re: 8n lift arms posted by clair bell on December 31, 2018 at 19:55:18:
Yes, don't worry about if they don't look to be even; the lift works the same. You have one adjustable lift arm with the leveling crank for a few reasons. When you attach an implement, you first back up the tractor to it. Attach the LH link to the tractor LH lift arm first, secure with a linch pin. Go the RH link and now attach it to the RH lift arm ball socket. Here's where the leveling crank helps. You will probably have to lower or raise the RH lift arm with it in order to line it up to the implement link pin. Once aligned, insert pin in ball socket and secure with a linch pin. lastly you attach the top link. Voila. Now you can use the crank to 'level' off the implement. Back blades, mowers, and others can be adjusted by a simple visual inspection. To help, on the leveling crank shaft is a machined witness mark around a spot intended to be the standard setting point.