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tarnold

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Op again. Just spent more time looking for that roller bearing. As for mp65-3035 that is for a 9000# jack. Don’t look anything like mine. Mp65-3030 is what I seem to have 6000#, no bearing?

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Posted: 01/12/20 03:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MP65-3030 is 6000 jack.
It does not show roller. It is located on upper end of the control rod.
Are you sure you have HWH? Can you get number off it?


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tarnold wrote:

Op again. Just spent more time looking for that roller bearing. As for mp65-3035 that is for a 9000# jack. Don’t look anything like mine. Mp65-3030 is what I seem to have 6000#, no bearing?


Correct. No bearing. But, Look at where it states Vertical stop adjustment. Does your Jack (all 4) tilt slightly down? If not, then tighten the vertical adjustment bolts to Pull the jacks down slightly. After 20 years the cables are probably slightly stretched.What I do is spray Liquid Wrench all over the pivot points to penetrate and remove any rust/corrosion that hinders the jacks from freely moving. You should be able to grab the foot and pull down vertical easily and the jack will smartly spring back up. Doug

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Again thanks all. All 4 do tilt slightly downward. These are on a 2014 unit.

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