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Topic: 1940/9n 3point hitch
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09-24-2014 17:22:02

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Can't hold 3point hitch in place. Either up or down.
Tryed to adjust lever down a little to keep from going to high. Then it goes all the way down. Adjust lever to keep from going down then goes all the way up? Any suggestions

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09-25-2014 05:35:27

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Re: 1940/9n 3point hitch in reply to mikearens, 09-24-2014 17:22:02  
That the way the 9N hydraulics work. Either up or down. No position control just draft control. Ferguson TO20s and 30s are the same way. There are a couple of fixes. An external linkage sold by Zane Sherman will fix you up with position control. Google 'Zane Thang' or visit his web page.

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09-26-2014 16:32:00

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Re: 1940/9n 3point hitch in reply to HCooke, 09-25-2014 05:35:27  
Thanks for the input. I"ll check out the web site and see what he as to offer. thanks again have a good weekend.

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