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David (Al)

04-12-2001 10:28:37

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How does the draw bar attach to the bull gear housing? Mine was a homemade rig, I think, when I got the tractor. Are there special pins, etc? Any help appreciated.
David (Al)

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David (Al)

04-14-2001 23:28:36

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 Re: B draw bar in reply to David (Al), 04-12-2001 10:28:37  
Thanks for the info guys. I fashioned these parts out of scrap and have it working just fine.

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Tom Lyman

04-14-2001 09:03:36

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 Re: B draw bar in reply to David (Al), 04-12-2001 10:28:37  
I made mine too. I used the bar stock and cut the middle smooth part out of a couple of long 7/8 grade 8 bolts. The original parts are called "clamps" and the pins are turned down a bit so they can fit into the same size hole as the other end which were stamped out originally. I turned my pins down on a lathe so I didn't have to make a 7/8 hole which would not leave much around the pin. Then I beveled the hole and tapered the pin so I can weld them together when I get to it. My parts book shows a bushing going through the bolt hole so that is why mine was loose on the bolt (I only had one and it was bent). Mine are still in pieces so I will get my digital camera out today and send you a photo. Tom

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04-13-2001 04:31:48

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 Re: B draw bar in reply to David (Al), 04-12-2001 10:28:37  
There is a strap with a riveted on pin on one end and a hole in the other end. The pin goes through the drawbar and into the final drive housing, the a bolt passes through the other end of the strap and scews into the final drive housing. The original straps are hard to come by due to rustinginto the housing and being torched out. I make my own out of 1/2" x 3" flat stock, a 7/8" stubby 3-point anti-sway pin, and a drill press.

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