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John Deere Tractors Discussion Forum
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R Model and Intro

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Estes

03-20-2017 12:37:14




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Good day all. This is my first post on the site. I didn't see an introduction area, but since I have a John Deere, I figured why not here.

I do have a question about the R though. The Crank that is on it seems to have work down where the flywheel goes on. I actually have a new flywheel, but if I install it, I know that the same thing that happened to the last one will happen. You have to tighten it down on the Crank so much that it actually cracks the flywheel.
Has anyone ever encountered this issue? And if so, what was your solution? At this point I figure my options are - Buy a new crank (probably expensive if you can find it) OR Remove the crank and have a machine shop turn it and insert some sort of bushing to take up the slack.
Any suggestions are appreciated.

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Estes

04-03-2017 18:00:06




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
Hey Kent, I never received an email from you. Just making sure we're still on? Let me know. Thanks.



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Estes

03-30-2017 18:02:29




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
Also, if you don't mind, Send a couple of photos also so I can get an eye on what I'm buying. Thanks Kent.

Regards,

Brandon



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Estes

03-30-2017 15:52:36




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
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This will definitely work. We're looking at $325.00 total, correct? Shoot me an email at bwestes82@gmail.com and I'll get you more detailed info like my # and everything. That way my personal info isn't broadcasted over the forum. You can email me your PayPal info so I can pay you. Thanks again.



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Estes

03-27-2017 18:21:10




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
Kent, I sure appreciate it. How long will they keep it at the store? I work Offshore and wont be home for a few weeks at least. I'll call them tomorrow and see what they say as well. Thanks again!

Brandon



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Estes

03-22-2017 09:57:15




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
Hey Kent, the nearest Fastenal to me is:

5020 Franklin Ave

Waco, TX USA 76710

P: (254)420-4664

F: (254)420-4665

TXWAC@stores.fastenal.com

Just curious... Fastenal will ship freight for people? I've never heard of that. Learn something new everyday, ha! Let me know what you find out. Hopefully the shipping isn't too insane. Thank you.



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Kent Petersen

03-30-2017 14:53:14




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-22-2017 09:57:15  
Estes i got the cost $125.00 it would be collect at your store if this works for you let me know. i would need your info add ph# it may take 2 wheeks or a little more to get there



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Kent Petersen

03-27-2017 17:45:54




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-22-2017 09:57:15  
Estes i will weight that crank up on Wednesday up and get a quote from Fastenal, yes they ship all over to there stores and it goes space available. i have had go luck with them and there rates are good



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Kent Petersen

03-27-2017 17:44:25




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-22-2017 09:57:15  
Estes i will weight that crank up on Wednesday up and get a quote from Fastenal, yes they ship all over to there stores and it goes space available. i have had go luck with them and there rate good



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Estes

03-20-2017 19:22:55




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
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Thanks John Deere D! I'll definitely look into that. First I've heard of it.



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John Deere D

03-20-2017 18:26:33




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  

Have you considered a Tapper lock fly wheel?

Flywheel bore has been bored tapered:

Splined tapered wedge fits into flywheel bore:

As Flywheel is drawn up tapered wedge, assembled assembly becomes tight on Crankshaft:


Allen Machine Works
112 Overhill Dr.
Jonesborough, TN 37659-4346
423-753-5738

I have no connection or financial investment with this firm:

I do know a "Tapper lock fly wheel" was the answer & cure for many 2 Cylinders.

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Kent Petersen

03-31-2017 15:15:37




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to John Deere D, 03-20-2017 18:26:33  
D I don,t think that Allen Mach ever made a tapper lock for An R,80,820,830 they are a round shaft with 2 big sq keys



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Estes

03-20-2017 17:59:08




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
Kent, Thanks for the reply. I tried to PM but it says locked out. This forum is a bit different than some others I've been on. $200 is something I'd be happy to pay, it's just a matter of shipping. What would to charge total, shipping and all to 76655?



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Kent Petersen

03-22-2017 06:02:04




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 17:59:08  
I will need to weight it up and check to see your nearest Fastenal Store give me the town where they have a store



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Kent Petersen

03-20-2017 17:20:37




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 Re: R Model and Intro in reply to Estes, 03-20-2017 12:37:14  
I have a good used crank for an R am in eastern SD $200.00 takes it



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