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John Deere Tractors Discussion Forum
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420W Depth Control Spring And Stud

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DougH420

04-14-2014 07:22:40
76.247.130.91



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My 420W is missing the spring (M2212T) that helps control the automatic depth control for the TOM. Well I have the spring it is just bent in half. Regardless, the stud (M2200T) is also missing. It doesn't look like it is broken off but I also haven't look that hard either, but my question is, does the stud just thread into a threaded hole in the transmissions rear cover or does it thread all the way through? Hopefully I don't need to take the cover off to replace the stud do I?

Also, I have a few leads on a new spring, but the stud is proving harder to locate. Couldn't i just use a piece of threaded rod? Does anyone know the thread count/pitch of the end that threads into the cover?

Thanks

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Tom Ziegler

04-15-2014 08:00:07
208.92.26.139



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 Re: 420W Depth Control Spring And Stud in reply to DougH420, 04-14-2014 07:22:40  
I have several springs and bolts available. We do ship. For more information contact me by email jdfun320@gmail.com or call 573 535 8952,Thanks, Tom.



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Ohiotractorguy

04-14-2014 13:12:40
50.51.9.197



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 Re: 420W Depth Control Spring And Stud in reply to DougH420, 04-14-2014 07:22:40  
Doug,
I probably have both the spring and stud. I added my e-mail to this response so you can send me a message if you like.
Thanks!



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DougH420

04-14-2014 13:16:35
108.204.205.153



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 Re: 420W Depth Control Spring And Stud in reply to Ohiotractorguy, 04-14-2014 13:12:40  
Not sure if it is me or not but I don't see your email address anywhere.
This post was edited by DougH420 at 13:16:50 04/14/14.



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Bob Harvey

04-14-2014 16:08:23
209.121.225.192



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 Re: 420W Depth Control Spring And Stud in reply to DougH420, 04-14-2014 13:16:35  
Look to the bottom right corner of Ohiotractorguy,s reply where it says 'Send Email'



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