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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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zae front end

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01-20-2014 17:27:09

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I have a zae and have single front assembly I want to put on it what is involved in the swap from adjustable wide to single front thanks neal

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01-22-2014 16:58:39

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 Re: zae front end in reply to nl00sb, 01-20-2014 17:27:09  
location i mite be interested in wide front

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01-27-2014 14:44:24

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 Re: zae front end in reply to 1939, 01-22-2014 16:58:39  
Rochester NY whole tractor can be purchased with front end on it aswell or separate

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01-21-2014 17:57:14

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 Re: zae front end in reply to nl00sb, 01-20-2014 17:27:09  
1. Support the tractor. There is a nice flat spot under the rear of the oil pan.
1. Disconnect the steering shaft and any electric wiring, if present.
2. Drain and remove the radiator. I think there are 2 bolts behind, one in front, one up from the bottom on each side.
3. Support the front end. Six bolts hold it to the engine. You will probably have to raise the engine about 2-3 inches for the front crank pulley to clear so you can move the front bolster away.
4. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.

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