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KrisA

03-11-2003 16:15:22
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I have to remove the traction wheel on my 52 plow (trip wheel). Does the "cap" with the grease buddy spin off or how is it removed? Need to tighten up the whole trip assembly, has too much play. Any advice is welcomed and appreciated. Thanks

KrisA NC




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Bob Collins

03-12-2003 13:50:44
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 Re: #52 Plow in reply to KrisA, 03-11-2003 16:15:22  
Kris, If your plow is the early type with open clutch, loosen the set screw and spin off the hub cap, later enclosed clutch plows have cap held on with 3 bolts,and you'll need to remove the nuts to get the cap off. This will be obvious as you look at it. This won't let the wheel just come off though, it is held onto a taperd casting with 3 larges splines, sometimes bumping it from behind with a large block of hard wood will pop it loose, other times you may need to use a large puller, pulling against the hub of the wheel and pushing against the end of the axle. Don't pull on the wheel spokes. Without a puller a bottle jack and chain may work, think before using much force. Bob

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Ryan

03-11-2003 16:26:51
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 Re: #52 Plow in reply to KrisA, 03-11-2003 16:15:22  
KrisA,
The cap does spin off but there's a bolt that secrues it in place, be sure to take that out first I made that mistake once.
Ryan



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