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Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ?

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pierce

08-15-2013 16:04:33
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our 8N has a werner(?) front loader...



one of the big pivot pins at the front end of the lift pistons is working its way out, and there's nothing on the inside end of it to keep it from doing this. hmm, the one on the other side looks quite different, and has a big cotter pin on the inside.

so, any clues where I would find a 1" diameter 4-4.25" long pivot pin with suitable cotter hole? or what I should properly call this?
This post was edited by pierce at 16:04:46 08/15/13.

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pierce

08-16-2013 17:43:24
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to pierce, 08-15-2013 16:04:33  
my problem is the nearest TSC is 45 minutes each way, and there's really nothing closer. there's a kubota dealer is 30 mins away, no idea what he has in the way of parts like this.



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Bob

08-16-2013 09:37:09
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to pierce, 08-15-2013 16:04:33  
If you don't have a farm supply store or implement dealer that stocks some generic parts nearby, you can get one on-line from McMaster-Carr for $6 to $7.

Search their site for "clevis pins".



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Fuddy Duddy

08-16-2013 06:02:19
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to pierce, 08-15-2013 16:04:33  
Nice looking tractor. I see you have it painted the same color as mine.



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don t. - 9n180179

08-16-2013 05:00:39
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to soundguy, 08-15-2013 16:04:33  

A tractor store should have a generic pin, where both ends are held in by a cotter, if they don't have a regular pin.

If nothing else, go to a welding/fab shop. They might/should have something.

Good luck...don t. ...



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Royse

08-15-2013 17:54:16
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to pierce, 08-15-2013 16:04:33  
I would push that one back in and drill a hole in it for a pin.



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pierce

08-15-2013 20:22:00
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to Royse, 08-15-2013 17:54:16  
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the outside 'head' part of it has been welded, whats left of this pin is pretty sad. I think a new clevis pin is in order, but the local HW store I tried first didn't have any 1" clevis pins.

meanwhile, the muffler fell off. hah. if its not one thing, its another.



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Royse

08-16-2013 16:16:22
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 Re: Werner(?) Front Loader lift pivot pin/bolt ? in reply to pierce, 08-15-2013 20:22:00  
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I didn't realize the rest of it was bad too.
When I got mine, someone with a lot of ingenuity but not much

understanding of metal and force had put pieces of pipe through it.

They were so bent and worn they had to be cut out. He's lucky

they didn't break and send the loader back at him.

I bought some 1 inch round stock, cut it to the lengths I needed,
welded washers to one end and drilled holes in the other for cotter keys.

They still probably aren't as strong as a true clevis pin, but certainly
better than pipe. They have worked well since, and I have a bunch left over.

If you were closer I'd give you one, but shipping would cost
as much as buying one at the local TSC or similar.

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