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In Reply to: Re: 3 levers on 8n? posted by mike on Thursday, May 29, 2014:
The 9ns and 2ns only had draft control. When the 8ns came out they added position control.
When you are in draft control and are plowing if the pulling gets too hard the hydraulics raises the three point to reduce the pull.
When in position control, you set the position of the lift arms with the lever on the right side. If in draft control, you cannot set the height of the lift arms, they are either all the way up or all the way down.
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