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Anyone know how to replace the spring at the bottom of the manual lift deck handle that puts pressure on the lock to hold up the deck in its highest position? I've already removed the rubber grip at the top.

 

Wes 

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gwest_ca

What model of tractor?

 

Garry

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Team70R

Sorry, knew I was forgetting something!! It's a 655

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Ed Kennell

Go to the operators manual for your tractor. You will find the detailed parts dwg for the lift arm assembly.    I tried to paste the link, but it failed.

There is a block and roll pin at the bottom, but I can not remember if you have to remove the entire rock shaft / lift lever to get to it.

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KC9KAS

I have fixed a couple, but can't remember/explain it....seems there was a roll pin I had to drive out of a block at the bottom, disassemble, replace the spring and reassemble.

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Team70R
2 hours ago, KC9KAS said:

I have fixed a couple, but can't remember/explain it....seems there was a roll pin I had to drive out of a block at the bottom, disassemble, replace the spring and reassemble.

Thanks! That atleast gives me somewhere to start! 

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gwest_ca

The parts manual may help

Garry

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Ed Kennell

Thanks Garry,  some days I am smart enough to copy and paste and other days.......:confusion-helpsos:

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Team70R

Got it!! Thanks for link to the manual. Definitely a life saver!!

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