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39 M steering post

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11-20-2012 18:44:24

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Okay, I know that the 39 M's had a different deck on the operator's platform than the later ones. Is the bolt pattern where the steering column attaches to the deck different on a 39? The post on there now has been cobbled and only two of the three holes line up with the deck holes. Either the 39's had a different post or perhaps someone tried to adapt an H post at some point in time. Thoughts?

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R Moline

11-21-2012 18:33:23

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 Re: 39 M steering post in reply to Baelee05, 11-20-2012 18:44:24  
Yes the bolt pattern is different on the 39s. You can take a later M post and 2 of the bolts will fit but not the third without mods.

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11-21-2012 20:49:33

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 Re: 39 M steering post in reply to R Moline, 11-21-2012 18:33:23  
Okay. Thanks. Looks like I need to find a used post. I'm sure it will be next to impossible to find one off a 39 but who knows.

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R Moline

11-22-2012 09:06:20

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 Re: 39 M steering post in reply to Baelee05, 11-21-2012 20:49:33  
Might think about trying to find a whole parts tractor. There were quite a few differences in the 39s and the later ones.

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11-21-2012 14:25:24

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 Re: 39 M steering post in reply to Baelee05, 11-20-2012 18:44:24  
The H post to top casting where the steering shaft goes through is a different angle and the steering shaft will hit the gas tank and not the front steering shaft.


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D Slater

11-21-2012 05:01:07

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 Re: 39 M steering post in reply to Baelee05, 11-20-2012 18:44:24  
Seem to remember the drop decks used three 7/16 bolts to mount the post base instead of two 7/16 and one 5/8 like the later ones. Don't remember if the bolt spacing is different, remember the base looks different.

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