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Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab

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LonM

03-02-2013 12:52:59
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Last year I used plate A52855 and the two grommets that fit into it, L152591. The plate was around $40 and the two grommets together were about $23. This year I am doing it to another tractor, but will only buy the grommets and try to cut the existing plate so they fit. The grommets fit a u-shape cut in the plate.




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Tx Jim

03-02-2013 13:41:37
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 Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab in reply to LonM, 03-02-2013 12:52:59  
What you mentioned is what I have on my 4255. One can also get the grommet without the hole in it.


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Thartiga

03-02-2013 16:10:45
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 Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab in reply to Tx Jim, 03-02-2013 13:41:37  
Thanks guys. What size hole is in the grommet? Since we use the tractor for multiple uses I wanted to push the cable through without removing the plate every time we need the sprayer. I need about an inch and a half to fit the Hardi connector.



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Tx Jim

03-03-2013 05:14:06
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 Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab in reply to Thartiga, 03-02-2013 16:10:45  
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Actually with an air wrench or even hand ratchet it wouldn't take very long to R&R plate with grommets to change cables as there's only 6 little stud bolts.



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wp77

03-03-2013 07:51:08
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 Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab in reply to Tx Jim, 03-03-2013 05:14:06  
Where did you find that parts diagram with the plate with the grommets in it? I checked the 40 series books and also the 55 series and could not find it. Also, what is the part number for the grommet without the hole in it?



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Tx Jim

03-03-2013 08:21:20
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 Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab in reply to wp77, 03-03-2013 07:51:08  
It's not located in any tractor parts catalog that have a SGB. I know JD has them because my tractor has a solid grommet. Just go to JDparts.com,click on the box "where used search" and enter part # A52855 and a list of parts catalogs that the plate is in show up. I found this one for a comfort cab that may work R111701 GROMMET ADD 10.10 USD. I know JD has them because my tractor has a solid grommet. I found a another part # for a grommet L76331 but it subs to L152591
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Thartiga

03-03-2013 10:50:04
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 Re: Running cables through rear of 4240 cab in reply to Tx Jim, 03-03-2013 08:21:20  
I think what I'll do is do some fabricating. Cut out a new plate using the current as a template. Cut a rectangular hole in it. Put a soft edge around it and hinge the cutout with a couple of cut outs slots for the wires.

Open door, put cable through, secure in slot, close door, attach to controller. Should be cheaper and more convienent. With care should also look good.

Tim



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