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Re: Radius Arm Bolts

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Jason S.

05-06-2013 05:53:18

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Any Agco dealer can get Sparex parts. Beware of the axle pin from this site. I ordered one from here and it was wrong. There is a thread on it on this board. If I was you I would either get a pin from Sparex or Agco. I got mine from Agco and it was $7.00 more than the wrong A&I pin from this site, and the Agco is a much better made piece.

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Terry G

05-06-2013 11:31:01

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 Re: Radius Arm Bolts in reply to Jason S., 05-06-2013 05:53:18  
Jason, could you tell me what was wrong with the pin you ordered so I can watch for that. I know the Ferguson parts manual shows three different ones for the TO-20. One of them matches the dimensions of mine although it has a 1" crank hole where my old one has a 3/4" crank hole.

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Jason S.

05-06-2013 19:41:31

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 Re: Radius Arm Bolts in reply to Terry G, 05-06-2013 11:31:01  
The pin from this site was supposed to be 4 3/4" long and it was 5 1/2" long. The hole for the bolt was 1 inch instead of 7/8". The one from this site did not have a slot to put the crank handle thru and the Agco pin was made correctly and better made. If you find that thread you will see the pics I posted of them side by side.

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Jason S.

05-06-2013 17:34:22

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 Re: Radius Arm Bolts in reply to Terry G, 05-06-2013 11:31:01  
Try this link. If it doesn't work search for the thread...." time to buy a sparex pin"

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