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Touch control question

Postby Jon-boy » Fri Mar 12, 2004 6:06 pm

My touch control system seems to move slightly unexpectedly - sometimes a full inch - and the blade does not always reset to the same position when using my stops. I am trying to get part of my yard nice and level but I can't seem to keep the blade in the same position. Is this normal for cubs or what might be wrong? I recently had the hydraulic pump overhauled.
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Postby tobaccofarmer » Fri Mar 12, 2004 8:16 pm

You can tighten that lever, there is a spring and washer plates that are designed to be tight together. Just tighten the bolt untill desired feel is desired. You also may need to replace those washer plates.
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Postby Daniel Stuckey » Fri Mar 12, 2004 9:04 pm

Might be the lever but sounds like you might have some problems in the hyd cylinder. As far as the bolt under the lever, the early Cubs did not have a tighting bolt, but instead a heavy spring held in place by a heavy c clip. And your friction disc might be missing or wore down to nothing. How do I know this, just today, I ripped mine apart. I found out last year that the part number showed this part in no longer available.

So I took the whole lever assembly to IH today and got one from something else there that fit real well. Was a little thicker than the original but works just fine.

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Postby Scott C » Sat Mar 13, 2004 6:26 am

Dan,
Did you get those parts at Hines?
I used to get out that way a good bit and swung by every once in a while. I liked to walk around out back looking for cub cadet parts.
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Postby Daniel Stuckey » Sat Mar 13, 2004 1:55 pm

Yes Scott,
Hines in Bellwood alway s fixes me up. The parts guy there usually gets what I need. And like I said about the friction, he had something that worked out real good even though it wasn't the exact part #. After ordering a bunch of parts last week, I remembered I forgot to order the oil seal for the imput shaft and surprise, they had it in stock.

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