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Re: front pins and wheel berings on 800 series help

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Sean in PA

05-21-2014 13:24:22

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Then 841 is the model number, which means that is an 801 series tractor, not an 800 series. The 801's were just a little later than the hundred series and had a few minor improvements. An 841 would have had the 172 ci engine, 4 speed transmission, non-live (trans driven) PTO and 3 point lift when it left the factory.
70636 would be the serial number, which would make it a 1959 841 tractor.

I believe the front axle for the 801 series is still pretty much the same as the 800 series. Here's a link to the parts page for the 841 front axle and steering:

Front Axle & Steering

And here's the parts drawing for the front wheel and hub assembly including the bearings:

Front wheel and hub

u[date: fixed the first link above.
This post was edited by Sean in PA at 13:59:28 05/21/14.

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05-21-2014 13:48:04

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 Re: front pins and wheel berings on 800 series help in reply to Sean in PA, 05-21-2014 13:24:22  
I appreciate that Sean in pa I have had this tractor for years and have always been told that it was a 800

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05-21-2014 13:57:07

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 Re: front pins and wheel berings on 800 series help in reply to 146robinson, 05-21-2014 13:48:04  
I wander if there is a owners manual out there that I can download I have one for the 600/800 series I found (I have a 600series two) but since I have always thought it was a 800 I have gotten points set timing and valves for a 800 series two

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