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Don C.

10-24-2009 11:02:50




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I have a 66 1030 that meeds new axleshafts, they are flaking where the hubs were. i also have a early 1070 parts tractor with good axles. would they interchange or do i need to look in a junkyard?




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#4488

10-24-2009 18:50:19




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 Re: 1030 Axles in reply to Don C., 10-24-2009 11:02:50  
Had a late model 1030 that was that way when I bought it. Had less than 1000 hrs. Just moved the hubs a little and made sure they were tight. Never caused any more problems. If it is possible to move them and still maintain your desired wheel spacing, I would sure give it a try.



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ca.hess

10-24-2009 13:54:53




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 Re: 1030 Axles in reply to Don C., 10-24-2009 11:02:50  
i would consider getting a brass or carbon piece same thickness as keyway an weld flaked area an with patience with grinder an file make it fit . I assume keyway is what it flaking.Bet hubs isent 100% eighter.



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1031D

10-24-2009 13:02:06




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 Re: 1030 Axles in reply to Don C., 10-24-2009 11:02:50  
My MM had that problem, I just jogged the wheels around so the hub was on a good spot in the axle. Swapping axles is a nightmare, you have to remove so much stuff to do it, I've done it, and I'd just assume sell the tractor before I did it again! The only advantage of it was I overhauled the PTO clutch while I had it all opened up.



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Tom Railsback

10-24-2009 11:09:44




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 Re: 1030 Axles in reply to Don C., 10-24-2009 11:02:50  
If I offend you with this, I'm sorry. Go to CaseNH online and compare the part numbers in their parts books.



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