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For Brian G N.Y.

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02-13-2004 18:44:14

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Hey Brian, thanks for looking at your tractors and reporting back. Mine still looks like a broken off bolt in the hole. I think I will try and remove it, drill and worry away at it. Courious myself. The on on the other side for the clutch hold down lever is threaded into a blind hole as is the one for the brake pedal hold down cam, so this hole is probably blind too, won't geto "wet" fooling around. Will post the results when I get to it in the next few days or weeks.

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02-14-2004 12:08:11

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 Re: For Brian G N.Y. in reply to wdTom, 02-13-2004 18:44:14  
I appreciate it. I've got some parts tractors; a WD and 2 WD-45s but they're a quarter mile off the road and I can't get to them too readily to look at them 'til the snow melts down a bit.

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02-15-2004 18:37:15

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 Re: Re: For Brian G N.Y. in reply to Brian G., 02-14-2004 12:08:11  
Drilled through the broken off bolt today. Did not "easy out" out. Didn't have time to worry away at it yet. When I drilled through it there was a hollow behind it before the drill hit bottom so it isn't through into the transmission. I well clean out the hole and put a short capscrew in it with a bunch of grease. Borken off bolts in holes bug me. Still wondering what it was for.

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