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Re: M 5 plow day pictures

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M 5 Jack

01-03-2013 16:15:51

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The tractor was a well worn dairy farm ole gal.One hub or wheel was a little off and the front tires rub turned in.I don't like putting all the stain on one wheel when plowing.It has 10 rear wts and weighs 8600 lbs as she sits.The drawbars are low and do not give good traction,so I built mine up to 21 in.high to eliminate slippage.The front end is a little light with two front weights.That ground gets to over half the guys there.

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c leddy

01-03-2013 17:54:11

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 Re: M 5 plow day pictures in reply to M 5 Jack, 01-03-2013 16:15:51  
That is a little odd you had that trouble with the front tire rubbing. We had that trouble with our narrow front which had basically been thrown away. First we found one of the stub axles had a little bend in it and thought that was the problem and it was not after it was replaced.Looking at the bearings real close we found out the inner and outer bearing appear to be the same but actually they are not on the narrow front. After getting the right inner bearing it solved the problem.Just something to check and darn learning stuff the hard way???

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