I'm probably going to try and rebuild it after it stops snowing this season. I'm pretty sure the lift valve is worn where the detent has been riding on it allowing the valve to move forward a hair and not holding the plow up. The plow will drop when I angle the blade or just drop when I'm driving it. I have to hold back on the handle a little to keep it from dropping. Otherwise it works fine.
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