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Ever loose your drawbar?

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C. Amick

09-02-2012 19:30:39




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Had the pull-type brush hog behind the SC, heard a noise and looked back and saw only the front half of the spinning drive shaft connected to the tractor. The brush hog was sitting back there in the field with the blades still spinning. It's a good thing I didn't have a load of hay behind me headed down a hill.




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1031D

09-03-2012 20:59:05




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to C. Amick, 09-02-2012 19:30:39  
I was hauling loads with the big 400 and snapped the drawbar off in the bend, have a 930CK the same way.



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Ande

09-03-2012 13:58:32




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to C. Amick, 09-02-2012 19:30:39  
Your post will make me and others check some of these old tractors,,,,also I wish they would check the bolts on the seats too,one day I thought I would check my "DC",and the bolt was almost wore through,,and there is alot of "lard" that sits in that seat,so glad I did



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Jeff From WI.

09-03-2012 11:20:06




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to C. Amick, 09-02-2012 19:30:39  
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I lost one on my 1030 hauling about 200 bushels of dry shelled corn in about 1982.
I was hauling it to our shed to store it, I was in road gear I heard the draw bar hit the ground on a curve in the road and next thing I knew it passed me and stayed on the road for a while then went into the ditch and flipped over! It just came unbolted, don't know why we never messed with the drawbar before.
We used thread seal on it after that and gave it a little weld too.

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HUNIT

09-03-2012 09:54:38




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to C. Amick, 09-02-2012 19:30:39  
on a 530 (541) three, twice pulling a manure spreader and then a flail chopper both in safe zones not on road



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870blackknight

09-02-2012 20:47:27




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to C. Amick, 09-02-2012 19:30:39  
I lost one on my 530 I pulled a empty hay wagon frim the shed to the farm up and down hills and I backed the wagon up to the shop checked air preassure in the tires got back on the tractor put in in gear started drivin and I heard the hitch hit the ground turned around and there the wagon sat along with the drawbar still hooked up to the wagon



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tomturkey

09-02-2012 19:44:19




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to C. Amick, 09-02-2012 19:30:39  
Did the drawbar break or did it come unbolted from the belly of the tractor??



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C. Amick

09-03-2012 15:23:01




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 Re: Ever loose your drawbar? in reply to tomturkey, 09-02-2012 19:44:19  
Drawbar came unbolted, nut came off. I'm not sure how it was originally attached from the factory. I drilled a hole through the bolt and put a cotter pin in it this time so the nut can't come off. The nut also came off the seat spring. I found it on the floor board. That bolt had a hole in it for a cotter pin, but none was in it.



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