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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

rivet take out ?

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Shane Hansen

12-29-2013 14:19:12
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hey guys I was wondering if there's a good way of removing rivets out of a disk blade that was on a Fertlizer opener on a 7200 JD planter I ground off the disk side rivet and removed the disk now just wondering which way would be best to remove them ? let me know thanks




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Dave Sherburne, NY

12-30-2013 07:55:00
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
Drill them out like willW says. If the 1/8"doesn't loosen it drill it bigger.



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4020guy

12-29-2013 23:08:10
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
Ever price a new complete unit, disk, hub, bearing ready to install? Generally go on sale in the spring. Might be surprised how reasonable they are....Ron



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DeltaRed

12-29-2013 21:28:56
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
I grind the heads off with an angle head grinder,then punch them out.Go back with either rivets or bolts/locknuts.



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willL

12-29-2013 17:24:27
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
I center punch the rivet and then drill them with a 1/8" drill or so. This seems to relax their grip on the hub, so you can pound them out easier with a regular punch.



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Heat Houser

12-29-2013 16:39:33
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
Two choices, pound them out or use a press and press them out.

When you "set" a rivet, they swell to fill the hole. They will pound out but be sure to use a punch only slightly smaller than the rivet diameter. If you use too small of a punch, you continue to swell the rivet stem and you will not get it out. You can also use heat and then quench with water to thermally shock the rivet before pounding.

Good luck!

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Mike neia

12-29-2013 16:16:02
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
Should be able to put the hub in a vise a pound them out. Another option is to bolt the hubs back on.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-29-2013 14:34:41
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 14:19:12  
I use a air chisel to cut the heads off to change the bearings on my double disc drill, then my big vise to rerivet



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Shane Hansen

12-29-2013 15:44:14
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-29-2013 14:34:41  
?? so u just leave the old rivets in the hub ? and reuse them? or what



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Case Nutty 1660

12-29-2013 15:56:12
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 Re: rivet take out ? in reply to Shane Hansen, 12-29-2013 15:44:14  
no I use new rivets, I have sickle rivets of various length and use them



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