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 10-08-2005, 18:37 Post: 117582
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just installed my bb and have a question about the lift arm adjustment. The one arm has a large turnbuckle with a lock nut on top. Is the top adjustment fixed or am I able to loosen the nut and adjust it. I tried and can't even budge it so I took the arm off and adjusted the bottom. This doesen't seem right??






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 10-08-2005, 19:43 Post: 117585
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The top link should adjust by loosening the nut. Put a big crescent wrench on it and it will turn.

Kubota has, in the past, made the top link too long to use with a Box Blade. Several manufacturers have responded by having two or more sets of holes on the implement.

As I recall there should be about six inches of adjustment on the factory top link and it is set up so that you can't turn it out too far and have it come apart.






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drankin, thanks for the reply. Its not the top link i'm talking about but the right hand lift arm with the turnbuckle in it. i am going to let lube soak on it overnight and give it another shot.






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 10-08-2005, 21:03 Post: 117591
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The right adjustable lift link will give about four inches of travel. It's obvious the three point hitch hasen't been used to much if that is frozen.






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Sorry Eric. Thanks to Art for reading the post correctly.






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well letting it soak overnight in breakaway worked. I took the arm off AGAIN and put it in the vise and took a pipe wrench BAME broke loose finally!!!






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