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06-05-2013 17:30:50

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I usually rebuild the levelling box on all the tractors I restore. It is no big deal and all the parts are available. I weld up all the worn holes and drill them again with a 5/8th bit. Sam

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Brad V

06-05-2013 21:04:39

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 Re: Leveling Box in reply to samn40, 06-05-2013 17:30:50[/img][/quote]

I thought my tractor was nice and clean but looking at the rear end of your tractor it looks too good to use and risk getting dirty.

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06-05-2013 19:26:39

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 Re: Leveling Box in reply to samn40, 06-05-2013 17:30:50  
It's the part in the last photo above the handle with the 2 pins, one won't budge. Is it a press fit?

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06-05-2013 17:55:43

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 Re: Leveling Box in reply to samn40, 06-05-2013 17:30:50  
Sam Where do you get leveling box parts? Do you know if I can get Case leveling box parts?

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06-05-2013 23:58:22

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 Re: Leveling Box in reply to oldmisterbill, 06-05-2013 17:55:43  
I actually supply the parts, to customers and get them from my distributor. I am sure Sparex in America will have the parts. Not sure about Case as we don't have many of them over here, just David Brown/Case. The pins sometimes seize in the knuckle joints. try heating the joint real hot. or hold a heavy hammer behind the knuckle and tap the front quite hard with another hammer to loosen the rust. Sometimes if the end of the pin gets swollen with beating it, you may have to slice it off with a grinder. I always beat on the head of the pin first until I see it move a bit, then hit it back and forth, until it is free. Sam

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06-06-2013 04:46:12

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 Re: Leveling Box in reply to samn40, 06-05-2013 23:58:22  
If I get it to budge then I'll grind the end before forcing it out. THANKS

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