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Dude, do they really expect me to adjust that valve when the screw is pointing right at the frame? With about an inch of space and under the battery tray?

My hydraulic problems (after replacing the pump) seem to be valve related. I need to increase the bypass pressure so I have to turn that screw in, while holding the jam nut and then hold the screw while I turn the nut.

Please don't be telling me I have to pick the battery tray up to get in there. The SM don't say nothing about that.:Disgus:
 

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Take it easy, don't blow a hydraulic gasket!! :ROF

How about unbolting the valve from it's mounting? The valve will work perfectly, freehanging on the hoses.
 

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Ha! Well the problem is the hard line from the tank to the valve. Figured out how to start adjusting it, but everything is moving backwards now. Turning the screw clockwise is lowering the pressure. Hmmm
 
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