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L.Fure

05-30-2020 14:54:01




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Moving on to fix the hydraulic lever problem. The roll pins that hold the bellcrank to the shaft are broken off on one side causing slop at the levers. I had this problem with my 530 and had figured out how to replace those roll pins without tearing apart the tractor. The 600B is a different critter than the 530. The bottom of the bellcrank is recessed into the housing. Of course the end of the roll pin is aimed right onto that recess. I can't push the broken roll pin out in either direction. The only thing I can think of is to destroy the aluminum bellcrank to get it out and try to find a replacement. Does anyone have any other ideas?

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L.Fure

06-01-2020 02:37:12




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 Re: WD45 in reply to L.Fure, 05-30-2020 14:54:01  
appears you better remove head faster than waiting on oil that wont work anyway. have head of in less than 1 hr. and can do a proper job plus remove valves and clean out rust from guides. once rain has got in its too late unless you catch it in a couple days. oil does not remove rust plus hard on pistons and rings and the rings will be stuck in the grooves anyhow. plus it will have rust in the valve seats so they wont seal anyhow. meaning it wont have compression to start. a mechanic will tear it down a beginner will wait on potions. my wd45 sat for 30 years in a shed with pipe covered. it was stuck also, but I removed the plugs and saw no sign of rust. put in about 10 squirts of mystery oil in each cyl. let it sit for 2 days and tried the hand crank and she come free. once running I checked the compression and it was right up there . that was from condensation , but if rain has got in it your in trouble.

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L.Fure

05-31-2020 15:24:29




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 IH 56 planter parts availability in reply to L.Fure, 05-30-2020 14:54:01  
My cousin acquired a 56 planter and was wondering where he could get parts. Located in NW Mo. He described it to me that his paddles are shot in the fertilizer boxes. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.



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L.Fure

05-31-2020 10:47:02




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 D17 diesel leaks in reply to L.Fure, 05-30-2020 14:54:01  
Where can you get the rubber seals that go on the injector return lines, all mine are leaking and havenít had any luck finding them, thanks for any help.



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Tgrasher

05-30-2020 20:56:23




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 Re: I'm Stuck.... in reply to L.Fure, 05-30-2020 14:54:01  
Can you post a picture of the area? I may have just done this on a 300.



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L.Fure

05-30-2020 17:20:42




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 Re: I'm Stuck.... in reply to L.Fure, 05-30-2020 14:54:01  
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It's pretty tight in there. I can barely get my fingers in there. It's something to think about though.



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Janicholson

05-30-2020 16:38:48




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 Re: I'm Stuck.... in reply to L.Fure, 05-30-2020 14:54:01  
Can you get a razor saw into the gap? Maybe a Dremel cutoff wheel (very thin) Jim



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