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Re: To 30 Ferguson ?

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02-26-2014 08:20:10

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When you jack it up, make sure one wheel turns one way and the other wheel turns the other, when you rotate one by hand. If so, they are correct now. Only do one side at a time. Leave other side intact. Then when you take it apart, put it back exactly same way. Should be good. If not, adjust then as necessary, but unless you lose a shim or mess one up, if it worked before you start, it should work ok when you finish. Shims are available.

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02-26-2014 08:56:19

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 Re: To 30 Ferguson ? in reply to phil(va), 02-26-2014 08:20:10  
yeah hey Phil, have you ever taken the axle collar off & saved it , can I heat it & take it off & then heat again to reinstall, when I ordered parts thru Y T ,the guy had told me that they use the gaskets as shims instead of the metal ones that I had taken off,? that is why I asked if i should use 2 gaskets on the first side I reinstall, & then do as you say w/ turning wheel for shimming on other side? I did find out mine is a T 0 30 1952 by the serial # ,thanks ,

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02-26-2014 18:56:57

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 Re: To 30 Ferguson ? in reply to noktchup, 02-26-2014 08:56:19  
I take whole axle to machine shop and let them do it. Easy, not expensive.

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