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620 Grille Screens

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Ole Ringneck

02-16-2014 13:21:00

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What's the hot tip when installing new grille screens on a 620 JD ? Don't want mess it up. THANKS for the help.

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Andy P

02-16-2014 20:16:43

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 Re: 620 Grille Screens in reply to Ole Ringneck, 02-16-2014 13:21:00  
Temporarely replace long bolts with treaded rod, longer than long bolts. Put in place of long bolts,start tightening screen on one side more than the other adding more pressure on ends placing more and more screen as you go. Pay attention to other details as others have mentioned. Have done half a dozen or more using this method on both small & large screens. Patience also help.

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02-16-2014 18:25:25

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 Re: 620 Grille Screens in reply to Ole Ringneck, 02-16-2014 13:21:00  
one thing to watch, watch how screen is bolted to side panel, outside or inside.... if you get it reversed the pins on the bottom won't line up with holes on tractor, and you can change it then,, (happened to me)

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02-16-2014 17:39:57

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 Re: 620 Grille Screens in reply to Ole Ringneck, 02-16-2014 13:21:00  
Clean all the pieces and pre-paint the top and bottom screen end pieces..

Have some wood boards on the floor and some other smaller Hard-Wood blocks (and a rubber dead-Blow Hammer is handy). Start by having the Top and Bottom pieces ready, as well as the 2 long bolts.. 4 Hands are probably handy..! Start one corner of a screen Top and Bottom into the end pieces AND start the nearest long bolt..just enough to keep the corner from coming out (top and bottom). Slowly work you way across, guiding each bend into place..a little at both top and bottom and taking up what slack you need on the Long Bolt, as you go.. End up with the Long Bolts pretty snug.. You must work every convolution into place, so expect some paint will need re-touched.. Once together, you can install the screen assemblies in the Nose Piece.


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02-16-2014 14:15:11

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 Re: 620 Grille Screens in reply to Ole Ringneck, 02-16-2014 13:21:00  
I used quick grip clamps and some wood blocks to get them close to the shape. Then put on the ends. Only other option is to have more than one person. Either way figure on some touch up painting.

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