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Re: FARMALL A REAR RIM BOLTS

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03-16-2001 09:07:35




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The nuts should be hex, the bolts should have square heads on them, this so they will not turn when you are tightening the nuts. It is very hard to find square headed nuts anymore so some people are using hex headed bolts in there place. Make for a real bad day if these hex bolts and nuts are rusted up, you almost have to cut them off with a torch or nut driver. There is a place that sells square headed bolts and someone listed them a little while back but forgot who there were. I may self look around the bone yards when I get to one or while ording a part from a bone yard ask them if the can ship me a few square headed bolts I may need. I have even welded points on the hex headed nuts to make square bolts & nuts.

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03-16-2001 12:50:30




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 Re: Re: FARMALL A REAR RIM BOLTS in reply to F20II, 03-16-2001 09:07:35  
I used hex on my B, replacing the badly rusted hex bolts that were already there. I'm not a stickler for originality. I had no problem getting the rusted nuts off. I just jammed a couple big screwdrivers in the bolt pocket to keep the bolt from turning. If they do rust so bad they won't come off, you can always drill out the center of the bolt and break them off with a hammer. (I don't own a torch)

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