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Combine axle for wd

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Rifman

04-09-2010 07:01:43




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Hello, I have a WD Allis and I am interested in putting a combine axle up front for more strength for loader work. Has anyone done this? Is it worth it? Will it be stronger than my current wide front?




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John (C-IL)

04-09-2010 10:11:14




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 Re: Combine axle for wd in reply to Rifman, 04-09-2010 07:01:43  
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Here's your answer, it took a lot of engineering and fabricating, but it can be done. Not sure that the payoff is worth it. If you are overloading your front axle on the WD you need a bigger tractor. Take a look to see what the next weakest link will be once you beef up the front axle, it gets expensive from there.

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ohio

04-10-2010 07:39:22




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 Re: Combine axle for wd in reply to John (C-IL), 04-09-2010 10:11:14  
Mounting hardware & wishbone is weak. Almost as weak as a farmall narrow front pedestal. mount the front plate to the c channel rather than the casting, and extend wishbone. If you"re too squeamish to cut up a junk three bolt, or you don"t have a wide front to start with, you can build it any way you like. You can use a steering half of a wagon gear, and put a p/s unit off of a truck outside the frame rails.

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JMS/.MN

04-09-2010 12:52:32




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 Re: Combine axle for wd in reply to John (C-IL), 04-09-2010 10:11:14  
That"s my neighbor"s tractor! Was it at Hutchinson? Saw it during construction. Some WF pix I posted recently re: battery box, are from his WF. I intend to replace the manual steering on my reversed WD with a Gleaner axle and hydrostatic unit, although weight on the steering wheels of a reversed tractor is not much of an issue. I want to do it for the simplicity.



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John (C-IL)

04-09-2010 20:12:19




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 Re: Combine axle for wd in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-09-2010 12:52:32  
Yep, I took that picture in 2006 at Hutch. THe engineering on the tractor is excellent, something for everyone that has a project in mind to aspire to.

I agree that the combine axle would be a good candidate and using the hydraulic steering would be the way to go, especially on a reversed rig.



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BushogPapa

04-09-2010 08:36:00




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 Re: Combine axle for wd in reply to Rifman, 04-09-2010 07:01:43  
How in the world will you steer it?? The original AC power steering stalls and manual steering will be tough.. Are you going with another power steering..?

Ron.



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CTucker NWIL

04-10-2010 10:05:12




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 Re: Combine axle for wd in reply to BushogPapa, 04-09-2010 08:36:00  
Why does your PS stall. If your running a tractor with wore out bearings(thrust) and wore out steering gear it will make anything stall out. I have Factory PS on my 45 with a loader and if I have too much on the front it might not want to turn while sitting stationary but, all you have to do is move forward or back a touch and it will turn.



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