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Re: cultipacker help

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09-17-2012 09:50:32

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Brillion and the wheels are not supposed to be lose enough to flop, just enough for one to turn against the next. The only ones that are supposed to have any slop are the ones with a sprocket type wheel between the regular packer wheels and those run on a spacer that gives them the proper loosness. You do not have that. I think you are meaning 8 & 16 Foot', not inch ". You could take 2 bar clamps and pull the wheels as tight together as possible and then fill the space with washers and when you take the clamps off you will still have enough looseness for the way they are supposed to be. Thay should not rattle when in use. Might have to take steel plate and cut the hole with a torch and grind smooth to get washers to fit.

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09-17-2012 10:28:36

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 Re: cultipacker help in reply to Leroy, 09-17-2012 09:50:32  
I agree- some give is good but right now the wheels are loose enough so they flop and you can see them twist a little- I was hoping to find where I could just buy washers but the suggestion to take flat stock and cut my own spacers seems like the best bet unless someone comes up with a washer source

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