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Re: 720 depth control shaft

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06-05-2013 20:43:15

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I got the roll pin out (I think) I tapped it til I couldn't feel it move anymore, but let say it is out, where can I get any pressure, pull, or leverage to get the shaft out? I cant get behind it because its capped off on the pulley side, and I cant get anything on the exposed end to pull it, etc. getting closer to sayin a cuss word when I see it tommarow again!

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Kent Petersen

06-06-2013 04:42:53

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 Re: 720 depth control shaft in reply to thisdarntootinthing, 06-05-2013 20:43:15  
remover the cover under the hyd couplers on the left side and you can get a bolt in the shaft to pull it out

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06-05-2013 20:58:19

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 Re: 720 depth control shaft in reply to thisdarntootinthing, 06-05-2013 20:43:15  
I'm confused by your roll pin comment? You drove it part way out? You'll have to drive it out, as in all the way out..

Your load/depth control shaft should be threaded in the end for a bolt. I have used a long bolt with a fender washer to be able to use a screwdriver of small bar to pull the shaft.

Good luck with your project. A while back Deere had the specs wrong on the oil seal. They were incorrectly sized which caused leaks. I replaced mine which leaked very soon after replacement. I yet to do it over again with the correct seal. A buddy did his only to find it leaked. He then realized that the new Deere seal was not sized correctly. He ordered a new seal at the parts house by using his old seal. He re-did the whold task over again but his no longer leaks.

I was disheartened to say the least that mine still leaks only due to Deeres mistake.

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