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RGMartin

03-03-2015 07:48:36




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Rebuilding an Agriking seat for my 1070. A60330, rubber bushings that go in the seat suspension on a 70 series... $98.50 each... It takes 8... Can buy a complete air ride for less than that.




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RGMartin

03-04-2015 11:54:41




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to RGMartin, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
Steel sleeve on the outside, rubber, then steel bushing on the inside.

OD is 1 1/8", ID takes a 5/8" bolt, 1" long.

I am planning on a steel sleeve on the bolt, and a nylon or rubber chassis bushing on that. Should cost $50 or less for the lot.



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pete 23

03-04-2015 10:13:02




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to RGMartin, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
There are bushing out there at reasonable prices . The problem is find the correct size and type. I did some googling and came up with different ones. Also, I don't know it those are all rubber or have a steel insert. Lot of combines use similar bushing on the grain pan shaker arms etc. I looked at Messick's and they wanted 100 bucks for your bushing.



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Donald Lehman

03-04-2015 08:23:58




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to RGMartin, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
Sounds like Case and Agco are first cousins?

But then I priced a temp gauge cable and sending unit for a lil' stinkin' 420 JD a few years back and JD wanted $140.



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robert major

03-04-2015 18:43:49




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to Donald Lehman, 03-04-2015 08:23:58  
Hi me and agco/ alo quickie are about to have words over the $120 each they want for loader grapple tines. I found out by accident Case IH have the same tine, only 2 differences agco part starts with AL and Case starts with LDR then same numbers after. other difference is the price. Case IH only want $50 for the same tine!!!!!. I was not real happy with agco when I found that out. I got 10 tines from them as I wreck atleast 3 of them a time cleaning out frozen hog barn manure. Regards Robert

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RGMartin

03-04-2015 03:41:25




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to C. Amick, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
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The plan is to improvise, not sure it the bushings will come from them... Maybe ebay, amazon, local hardware, make then on the lathe...

Going to put an air bag in for suspension while I am at it.



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1370rod

03-03-2015 20:38:12




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to RGMartin, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
I know the frustration as things we want to repair and parts are still available but at prices that make it unreasonable. I priced those a year or so ago and ended up tossing the old seat and putting in a new one. Rod.



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C. Amick

03-03-2015 16:38:21




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to RGMartin, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
Minn-kota Repair made stuff like this, but I'm not sure they are still in business.



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bermuda ken

03-04-2015 05:53:53




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to C. Amick, 03-03-2015 16:38:21  
Minn-Kota quit a few years ago. AFAIK....no one has taken their business over.



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Hayrack

03-03-2015 16:38:20




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 Re: Parts insanity in reply to RGMartin, 03-03-2015 07:48:36  
I hear ya. I just priced a bushing for the wide front on my 930. I told them to keep it for 73 bucks.



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