Does the entire chain with the slat bars need to be replaced as a unit? Or can just the chains be replaced? Wondering what the availability of something like this is. I bought a parts manual, but I don't have it in front of me now. I think it showed the links for attaching the bars as a separate number, but I don't think the links where the bars are attached were easily removed from the chain.
Re: combining oats with the #80 International in reply to LorenMN, 08-14-2013 09:05:15
Have a look at the backside of the links in the chain. If they are worn very flat, they will start to open up. You can replace just the bad links, but at some point it is faster to replace the chains and just reuse the slats.
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