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Re: Case 4100 Disk

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Case Nutty 1660

04-19-2013 18:31:24
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I typed the wrong model number on mine but here is the spec seet listing the models, and yes the hitch spring has some movement in it and that is normal, on axle nuts I found that using a larger cresent wrench on it and letting the end of the wrench hit against the frame of the disc when rolling the gange with the wrench it will tighten or loosen them with ease, just make sure you have your hands and fingers out of the way cnt

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04-20-2013 08:12:51
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 Re: Case 4100 Disk in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-19-2013 18:31:24  
CNT, Thank's for the information. After closer inspection of the metal tag on the disk, it is stamped "G109". Apparently those decals someone put on are from a Krause disk. At least now we know what we have.

We did try your trick to losen the nut. We even had 4 ft pipes on the wrench. We would heat the nut red and it would move only 1/4 turn each time and then get tight again. So we finally had to burn it off. Al

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