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Re: JD 5020 Restore ?

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03-18-2013 15:42:31

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Those push on axle caps if you've already ground the knobs off.

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03-19-2013 05:07:27

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 Re: JD 5020 Restore ? in reply to rrlund, 03-18-2013 15:42:31  
I have not ground off the knobs yet, but it seems they have to be in order to get the wheels off. The tractor need to be repainted. I had not thought about the push on axle caps. Thank You.

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03-19-2013 06:42:00

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 Re: JD 5020 Restore ? in reply to 504BalerGuy, 03-19-2013 05:07:27  
Don't grind them totally down. Grind them just enough so you can work the wheels off. Then do your painting and then work the wheels back on. I don't care for the looks of those press on caps. On rear axles I like to fit a thin peice of brass tubing cut to length that just fits over the axle and secure it to the axle with a dab of glue. It looks like a real axle with the wheel clamped to it then.
Loren, the Acg.

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03-19-2013 07:23:30

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 Re: JD 5020 Restore ? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-19-2013 06:42:00  
Ya,I'd be soaking them in some real hot soapy water to get them as soft and slippery as I could before I tried to work them off.

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