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MF 135 lift
|Roy Paton||Ihave a mf 135- recently I tried to attach my tiller. The lever for the 3-pt would not raise. I ordered the manual, but it was of no help. I think it is either a spring or pin that is out. I don't where and how to dissasemble to find the problem. The manual had no pictures of the lever assembly.
|GEEBEE||They will often rust and seize up if not used for a long time, especially if it sits outside, liberal doses of penetrating oil and gentle back and forth movement will often get them moving. If it is something other than that you need the MF service manual from the dealer.
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