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3930 lift arm removal
|mike||Any info on how to remove the lift arm on my 3930 ford
I presume that you are referring to the upper lift arms? They are attached to a shaft through the hydraulic lift cover under the seat. These are splined connections that are indexed so they go on only one way.
The arms are probably rusted to the shaft. Use penetrating oil at first and then torch/heat if it won't come off. If you use a torch, there is a seal (looks like a big o-ring) that you'll have to replace. The connection appears to be too close to get puller jaws on it initially.
Incidentally, you should get a service manual for your tractor before going inside the lift cover.
If you happen to be referring to the lower lift arms, they're pretty basic.
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