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1964 MF165 hydraulic re-assembly question
Hi, My brother is just about done re-assembling his 1964 mf 165 hydraulics. From the right side access plate there is a lever actuated by an arm. He can't remember if the lever goes in front of or behind the actuating arm. In the attached picture, the green arrow points to what I call the lever and the red arrow points to the arm. Anybody out there knows which side it should go on?
|Tom from Buckeye Lake||Sir: The valve control lever and roller must rest against the lower adjustment screw button head. It looks wrong in your picture! The lever is spring loaded and the roller contacts the rounded knurled screw.
I would suggest that you use a fine tag wire around the roller so if you drop the roller it can be pulled out of the case. Don't ask just why I know that!!!!!!!!!!!
|Geoff||The lever is on the wrong side of the control valve. Remove the roller from the control valve arm and push it forward then refit the roller....all 100 series tractors have the roller in front of the vertical lever.....Regards....Geoff
|Mario||Thanks Geoff and Tom for your knowledge and advice. It's much appreciated.
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