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Rocker shaft (electric lift) on 7016

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I too have struggled to get the rocker shaft out of my frames. More because I don't have the right tools than anything else. Anyway, I was preparing a tractor for sale and found a nice surprise - an electric lift. I tore it out of from underneath the tractor with switch and wires, but I did not take the rocker shaft. Are the rocker shafts the same in electric lift models and manual lifts? I took a look underneath and they looks the same to me, but thought I would check with the experts. (Item on the right)
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oops, mea culpa. It it not the item on the right in the picture. That is the lift support that Bob references. The rocker shaft is not in the picture. I think Bob is right - that the rocker shaft is the same. PS, Bob and I made a pilgrimage this morning. Bob, did you post pictures somewhere yet?

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