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 09-03-2002, 12:48 Post: 41962
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Has anyone ever taken off the plastic cover beneath the dash? It seems I can lube all hyro linkage points except the one that is squeeking Smile. It is somewhere behind this plastic cover on my TC25D.






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 09-14-2002, 18:01 Post: 42387
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Man, if you get an answer to this let us all know. I've greased the h**l out of the foot treadle shaft to no avail. I thought there must be some other place to lube but I could never find one. The Boomers leave some things to be desired for ease of maintenance.

Another problem I have with my 33D is the 3pt raise/lower lever is really sticky. And there's really no easy way to get close enough to the bottom of the lever where it rotates on its stub shaft to lube it good (I try to lube it with a pressurized can of grease with a flex-tube extension). Why NH didn't put a zerk on that bushing is beyond me. A mechanic I know says he might be able to get in there to drill and tap it without having to disassemble half the dash and right fender assembly.






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