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New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354

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Johnathan Gardner

01-10-2013 15:20:33
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Is there some trick to taking the wheel hub off the axel? I removed the pin and Axle Collar. I think the hub should come right off, but I cant seem to get it off. I put the torch to it and it still would not move.




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Johnathan Gardner

01-11-2013 16:34:11
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-10-2013 15:20:33  
Thanks guys! I fould a parts drawing on line.I tryed to get the hub to move closer to the frame and then pull it off, but it will not move in ether direction. Now I'm keep puting penitrating oil on the axle and in the hole where the greese fiting was. Maybe in a few days with repeted aplication of penitrating oil it will come off.



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JRSutton

01-11-2013 08:03:43
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-10-2013 15:20:33  
not familiar with that particular spreader- wish there was a picture. But assuming it's like a lot of other stuff from that day - a solid axle shaft with a hub that simply fits on it....

sometimes it helps pushing the wheel back further onto the axle first if it's possible.

Very often people beat on the end of the axle, trying to push it through the hub.

What that tends to do is mushroom out the end of the axle, virtually locking the hub on. (it doesn't take much)

If you push the hub back first, you can then chamfer the end of the axle and get rid of that mushroomed area. The wheel should then slide off.

Apologize if this doesn't apply to your situation - I'm just guessing.

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al white

01-11-2013 03:39:29
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-10-2013 15:20:33  
came across your post while serching for help with my 1A lot 352. sometimes repeated applications of break free and some gentle taps will encourage old parts to disasemble.not sure mine is 1A because condition info plate, but sure looks like 1A. wood needs replacing so looking for tips on dismantling and replacement hardware



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Leroy

01-11-2013 05:44:05
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to al white, 01-11-2013 03:39:29  
There was NO 1A spreaders ever built. They started with the A on the 10 that became a 10A and they were 4 wheel only spreaders, the12A was out at the same time and was a tractor spreader followed by a 14A and a 17A but 12A is most popular. If I would know where my books are I could tell you what model yours is and also if it was made early in the year or middle of the year or late in the year plus what year it was made from the lot number.

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Johnathan Gardner

01-11-2013 07:01:23
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Leroy, 01-11-2013 05:44:05  
Thanks for the replie, but it is a 12A lot #354 built in 1952 that I know because the tag is still on the frame. I just can't get the wheel hub off the axel. Is there anything other than the axle coller and pin that keeps the hub on?



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Leroy

01-11-2013 07:28:04
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-11-2013 07:01:23  
I was replying to Al White and his spreader, not about yours altho sounds like they possibly are same year.



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rrlund

01-11-2013 07:17:27
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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-11-2013 07:01:23  
Rust. I remember Dad taking one off of an old IH spreader one time. He'd beat on the end of the axle,them file it off where it was mushroomed,then beat it some more,then file,over and over and over.



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