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post #46 of 46 (permalink) Old 09-14-2016, 07:26 PM
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Re: C4 to AOD

While you want the correct pressure spec's of course, a bit too high is less dangerous than too low. The pressure is what keeps the clutches applied and not slipping under power. With adjustment that sensitive, it would be easy to go too low unintentionally, or with cable stretch, wear, etc. When I get back off the road, I'll check some sources to find the typical cause for a sensitive TV adjustment, if I can. In the meantime, you can try some web searches, and check your local library reference section for an AOD manual or model manual with AOD stuff in it. They often have them, or can order them free to loan-out, or have online access to paid reference sites free for local residents. Good resource, and I have been there making copies many times.


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by the way- great article

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