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bwillett

03-12-2014 17:02:46
50.102.36.245



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The pedestal(front support in the parts manual)and the spindle block on my 1936 WC are worn out. It gets the "Death Wobble" at half throttle in 4th gear, and the bearing on the bottom of the shaft is gone. Are they the same for all WC tractors, styled and unstyled? And where should I begin to look for a replacement?




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Tom RS

03-17-2014 19:19:44
75.205.39.58



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
I had the same wobble problem with my 37 WC.
I bought all the parts including the lower bearing needed from the AGCO dealer in WIsconsin.
I can get you the contact info. if you want it.
Mine also had a loose worm gear pin which added to the problem. Once I had it all rehabbed and tightened up the steering was and is tight.
Mines a brute still in its work clothes.
See pic. attached.

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bmartin5566

03-13-2014 21:16:08
24.160.181.63



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
bWillit just call me NB 740-350-5566 i have a guy comeing from ur way in april to pick up my wide front,..he might sell hie narow..THANKS..IM IN SOUTH EAST OHIO NEXT TO PARKERSBURG WVA..



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hd6gtom

03-13-2014 06:43:26
65.101.165.125



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
B, Allen at R&R equipment in Indianola Iowa got me all those oddball bearings for dads WD45, along with the cork seals. For years he was an AC dealer. I don't have a phone book here, you can probably google his #.



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Ted J

03-22-2014 07:44:51
68.117.89.15



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 Re: Question in reply to hd6gtom, 03-13-2014 06:43:26  
hd6gtom you stated;
B, Allen at R&R equipment in Indianola Iowa got me all those oddball bearings for dads WD45, along with the cork seals. For years he was an AC dealer. I don't have a phone book here, you can probably google his #.

I have the info, Do you have any of the #s? and was it for a wide or narrow front? You can also email me the info.

R & R Equipment Co
2312 W 2nd Ave
Indianola, IA 50125
(515) 961-5326 (800) 498-5320

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Zachary Hoyt

03-13-2014 05:36:49
50.122.171.153



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
I have a complete styled WC pedestal that is very tight. It includes everything from the steering input shaft to the hubs. I am in NY 1 hour north of Syracuse. I just want it out of the way, it is one of the last few WC parts I have left. If you can use it I would sell it for $10, I had been thinking about scrapping it just to save storage space. Right now it is a little buried in snow but in a week or two or three it should be findable again. Let me know if you are interested.
Zach

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bwillett

03-13-2014 16:20:31
50.102.48.202



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 Re: Question in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 03-13-2014 05:36:49  
Zach, sent you an email through this site. Hope it works.



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bmartin5566

03-12-2014 19:33:46
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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
WC pedistals are the same ...use a wd front it is just a litle heaver..in weight..fits right in...or replace with a wide wd front ...WHER U LOCATED AT..I have a guy hear in ohio has WC fronts .i gave him $25.00 for mine..



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bwillett

03-13-2014 03:43:05
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 Re: Question in reply to bmartin5566, 03-12-2014 19:33:46  
bmartin5566, I am in West Central Ohio.Between Columbus and Dayton.
Tell me more....



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don656

03-12-2014 17:50:05
75.186.159.108



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
I replaced all the bearings in the front support on my WC. I had a difficult time finding some of the bearings. The bearings in my WC, 1944 model, had spherical rollers and races. The local bearing suppliers in my area did not have them. Also, the parts manual listed several part numbers for some of the bearings which added to the confusion. A good place to start is Sandy Lake Implement. Getting another front support may be a quicker and cheaper fix. Good Luck!

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Bob Bancroft

03-12-2014 17:28:43
67.142.162.21



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
There was a fellow named Don on here(I can't remember his user name) who went through all that. He found some odd bearings on the worm shaft. Several of us did all the looking we could, and found nothing on them. His is a styled one.

But, your best bet is used, and enough time on here should find you something in your area.



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old

03-12-2014 17:09:25
209.86.226.18



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 Re: Question in reply to bwillett, 03-12-2014 17:02:46  
Can not say it they are the same but can say I have a WC parts tractor that has the pedestal on it



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