Re: CASE 65 manure spreader questions in reply to Cienna, 09-16-2012 16:08:53
They looks as perty as the Oliver I got. First full load of chit the web chain seperated. The chain was worn and thin around the connecting curls on the links. Took a new drag to fix it- over $500 at the time. Went to a 't' link. That was the one where the jackshaft broke. It was rusted through from many years of chit around the neck of the shaft. Then we broke the gear trying to get the shaft out of it. Total cost from NI was way over $500 just for parts. Made me realize this chit ain't cheap. I finally got mad and went out and bought a new spreader- $9000; haven't had any trouble in almost fifteen years.
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