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Re: Broke center drag link bolt off in steering arm on MF65

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01-19-2013 19:26:01

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It would be hard to drill through that bolt and re-tap the threads while the steering link is on the tractor. Also getting a tap that size would just meen me going to a machine shop. It's funny how it works most i've seen it's a through bolt but on this one it has a closed end. was hoping if i had it welded for now that in the future i could replace it with the style that is a through bolt with a nut.

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01-20-2013 06:56:02

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 Re: Broke center drag link bolt off in steering arm on MF65 in reply to Maz, 01-19-2013 19:26:01  
Is your an English 65?
Mine is, and has the same steering set-up as yours.

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01-20-2013 17:51:47

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 Re: Broke center drag link bolt off in steering arm on MF65 in reply to Our Farmer, 01-20-2013 06:56:02  
Don't think it's English? Pretty sure it's Detroit Michigan. It's the industrial version though, but an early one at 1959.

Have not been able to get a picture yet or find the same one for sale online. hoping switching to the other style won't be a problem

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