I am working on a recently purchased 1965 Ford 4000 3 cyl diesel Today I started removing the seat bracket from the tractor, the front bolt was threaded into the tractor but the rear has a stem which goes down into the tractor 3 or 4 inches with a nut on top to hold the seat down Is this correct and what is it used for. Have I caused any problem or will it be OK to just put it back I can"t find anything in the IT manual Thanks
Re: Ford 4000 in reply to Jerryjnga, 07-07-2014 19:07:35
As long as you've moved nothing else, just thread it back down. I forget now what the stem does... probably a locator for something on the three point internals... just put it back and move on. Removal of that stud is not a big deal. Breaking it off in the hole is another story...
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