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 06-09-2006, 12:41 Post: 130695
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My control lever for my 3 point lift is so hard to pull back and push down, after working my blade for a hour or so my arm is about to fall off. Any way to fix this ?? or at least make it a bit easier to pull and push >??






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 06-09-2006, 14:07 Post: 130700
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 CUB 7274 3-POINT CONTROL ARM LEVER

My lift control has always moved a little stiff since it was new. Suggest looking at where it mounts/pivots to look for a grease fitting or if it can easily be disassembled, cleaned and lubed. It may have developed some rust over the years, just like the locked rear end lever does on ocassion.






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 06-09-2006, 14:38 Post: 130703
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thanks i will check that out..i did not see a grease sert but maybe i overlooked it..it looks really simple where it hooks up( actually it really looks to simple} anyway maybe i can clean it up, thanks for the info

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 06-12-2006, 18:19 Post: 130780
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My lift lever has been hard to move since new also
Did you come up with a fix to smooth it out?






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 06-13-2006, 07:19 Post: 130800
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No not yet..there is no grease sert, and from what i can see there is no simple repair for this, i really do not know what to do next..if i don't find someone who knows i may try to remove some parts and see if i can find the problem myself..if i do it will be posted here for everyone to use..






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 06-13-2006, 07:21 Post: 130801
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I have a tractor that I must keep oiling the lift level pivot points on also. I had to start it off with a product like Liquid Wrench and then move to normal oil. It has no greease fittings either.






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 06-13-2006, 07:28 Post: 130802
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thanks i will give it a try..






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 06-13-2006, 08:21 Post: 130804
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sandflatranch,

I like your user name.

Tractor dealer has gotten me convinced if it moves oil it. I find a good oil can to be worth a lot. Seems we have set the old oil can to the side.






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 06-13-2006, 08:26 Post: 130805
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thanks..sandflat is the type soil on my farm..very sandy.
yes i agree we have lost our oil can..thanks again..!!






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 06-22-2006, 19:51 Post: 131263
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Mine was so stiff it bent the handle. i tore into it about 5 years ago the linkage that needs to be loosend and lubed is on the left side under the pto handles. Take that side apart and start moving the handle and you will see where to loosen. Mine goes up and down with the push of a finger.






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