Posted by Tony in Mass. on August 12, 2012 at 07:40:49 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Loader pins posted by wforpm on August 11, 2012 at 16:31:58:
Well, sometimes it is the hole that wears, and there is no off the shelf pin for it, but a welding and lathe job. if you were using this in the gravel business or everyday heavy work, you could get exact pins at any equipment dealer- farm or industrial place, even autoparts like NAPA might have some, but for the normal work our older stuff does, bolts from a hardware store will do, not expensive, so you can try one grade 8, one softer, softess, see which works out for you the best. Sometimes the worn bent and cobbled up pins we worry about replacing with the 'proper ones' are 60 year old bolts someone stuck in there 40 years ago, and just now showing age...
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