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Plow goes down too fast and hard

E-60 unit can I adjust this?

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On the front of the pump where there are two 11/16 hex plugs... one has a filter behind it, and the other (closest one to the valve block) is where the drop speed screw is located..

Be sure to do this adjustment with the blade on the ground!....

Remove the plug and use a 3/16 allen wrench to reach in and turn the drop speed screw. Turn it counter clockwise to increase the drop speed. They're fairly sensitive so only turn it about an 1/8 at a time...

Make sure you reinstall the plug before you recheck the drop speed or the back of your blade will get a bath of plow oil..

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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