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Re: What model series disk

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1031D

08-31-2013 17:24:07
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Tom, I've also been doing this for years and with the great results I do it to everything!




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gramps john

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 Re: What model series disk in reply to 1031D, 08-31-2013 17:24:07  
Thanks for the ideas, I have grease zeros and I have been greasing the wheels every year but it only disk about 20 acres a year. I'm going to put new bearings in and hopefully greasing it every day will help.

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 Re: What model series disk in reply to gramps john, 08-31-2013 20:47:02  
do you pump grease to it until it comes out the rear seals? they should run a thousand acres or more before you need to adjust them I have seen the threads on the spindle and or the adjusting nut be striped and then they will not hold adjustment either just a thought
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