Touch Control Rebuild

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Touch Control Rebuild

Postby Arizona Mike » Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:23 pm

Finally got the tc valve reassembled last Saturday. It was not too bad. The only problem was the main connecting rod was rusted tight to the piston and needed to be pressed off at the machine shop. After that was done it only took about an hour. There were three old rubber boots smashed down inside the piston, so this isn't the first time for this valve.

I would have been pretty lost without the directions that Tom (TMTractor Parts) sent me with my parts order. Here is the manual. It describes the steps better than I could.

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Will it work :big what: :big what: ?

I'll let you know after I reinstall it and rebuild the pump.
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