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Missing Part on Super A

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asyrp43

01-06-2014 07:22:11
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I believe there should be some type of cap to cover this hole. I looked through my part catalog but didn't see anything. Does anyone know what it's called or where I can get a replacement?

Thanks!
Allen




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asyrp43

01-06-2014 10:02:18
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to asyrp43, 01-06-2014 07:22:11  
I am using my owners manual...but thanks for your help.



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gene bender

01-06-2014 08:39:16
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to asyrp43, 01-06-2014 07:22:11  
They arent that haed to find and being open will not hurt anything either. There is a grease fitting for the throw-out bearing in there that needs maybe two pumps a yr no more than you will use the tractor as the bearing only gets used with clutch enguaged. Check your manual and yes just regular grease nothing special.



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Bob

01-06-2014 08:05:08
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to asyrp43, 01-06-2014 07:22:11  
THIS very site has them!



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asyrp43

01-06-2014 08:12:30
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to Bob, 01-06-2014 08:05:08  
Thanks! It was right in front of my face the whole time.



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Phil Tibbetts

01-06-2014 07:50:24
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to asyrp43, 01-06-2014 07:22:11  
I would plug it with something. I had mice get into my MF through a hole just about that size and believe me you never saw such a stinking mess. Nearly ruined everything.



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Red Dave

01-06-2014 07:42:53
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to asyrp43, 01-06-2014 07:22:11  
That is the hole to access the grease fitting for the throwout bearing. There was a removable plug in it from the factory.

Many tractors don't have it anymore, they are easy to lose. It won't hurt anything for it to be missing, but you may find one in a tractor salvage yard.



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asyrp43

01-06-2014 07:44:50
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to Red Dave, 01-06-2014 07:42:53  
ok thanks! I didn't realize there was a grease fitting in there. I need to start using it.



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Jim Becker

01-06-2014 08:43:44
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to asyrp43, 01-06-2014 07:44:50  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou need to start using the Owner's Manual too. You probably haven't been oiling the fan hub either.



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Janicholson

01-06-2014 10:32:34
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 Re: Missing Part on Super A in reply to Jim Becker, 01-06-2014 08:43:44  
I agree. Pumping 15 strokes into the Pilot., or t/o bearing will over grease and cause issues. Manuals are so very important. Jim



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