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Re: FSM, steering arm removal?

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Mike Farmer

02-17-2013 04:21:51

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A slide hammer should work if you can get a grip on it.

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Richard Hare

02-18-2013 06:41:07

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 Re: FSM, steering arm removal? in reply to Mike Farmer, 02-17-2013 04:21:51  
I'll let you know what happens, Mike.
It's an awkward thing to get a grip of!

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Richard Hare

02-18-2013 18:41:24

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 Re: FSM, steering arm removal? in reply to Richard Hare, 02-18-2013 06:41:07  

Just to let you know I got steering arm off today.
I ground down a 2-legged puller, so it was narrow enough to get behind the arm.
Bit of tightening and belting on the end and off it came.
Just as well, as seal was pushed out.
Box has ice in it, so need to drain.
Mind it was -10C and good wind blowing today, so will have to wait to thaw out, as old tractor is outside....

Thanks again,

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Retired Farmer

02-19-2013 18:49:24

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 Re: FSM, steering arm removal? in reply to Richard Hare, 02-18-2013 18:41:24  
I have found that is the only time something needs fixed, is when the wind is blowing and it is around zero outside and snowing or raining.

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Richard Hare

02-19-2013 19:30:41

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 Re: FSM, steering arm removal? in reply to Retired Farmer, 02-19-2013 18:49:24  

You're not kidding!
Broke an axle on my bale truck a while ago, couldn't get it up the hill back to the yard because of all the ice and snow.
pulled it apart at -20C laid in a snowdrift
Wind blowing like there was no tommorow...Axle when it broke jammed and broke parts of the diff, so wound up changing the whole rear end.
A sod of a job in those conditions.

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Mike Farmer

02-19-2013 08:01:56

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 Re: FSM, steering arm removal? in reply to Richard Hare, 02-18-2013 18:41:24  
Thats brilliant. Good shot Mike

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