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Super A Axle Adjustment

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Tyler (MD)

05-04-2001 17:27:04




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Only took 6 hrs to adjust both axles in a notch and adjust the toe in. Talk about fun...talk about froze up. Talk about tired!!!! Fun, fun, fun!!! Took time to clean up tubes and added lots of anti-seize compound when reinstalling.

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Dad also asked me to make him a bracket to hang his safety sign. It's tucked in out of the way. He's not using the PTO or belt pulley at this time so the sign is not really in the way.

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I'm heading back to the farm to deliver the Super A tomorrow. NO MORE TRACTOR REPAIR FOR ME FOR AWHILE. It's Miller Time!!

Tyman

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Jim Campbell

12-01-2004 17:23:05




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 Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Tyler (MD), 05-04-2001 17:27:04  
Question: do the tie rod ends next to the wheels on the Super A just slide in and out of rhe larger tie rod or are they theraded? Thanks



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Dave G

05-05-2001 05:50:34




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 Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Tyler (MD), 05-04-2001 17:27:04  
Tyman- you go the extra mile with the pictures. What a contribution to the Tractor people. I know the initial feeling " this looks tough, should I quit?" But, I'm on the stubborn side too and end up doing it. If it was easy it won't be satisfying.
Nice Tractor, wish I had a SA.



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Tyler (MD)

05-05-2001 15:03:56




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 Re: Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Dave G, 05-05-2001 05:50:34  
Thanks Dave,

I don't have much to contribute to this great forum. I hope the pics help others. That would be my contribution.

Take care,
Tyman



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gene b

05-04-2001 19:58:50




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 Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Tyler (MD), 05-04-2001 17:27:04  
I told you to have fun bet you did I have done a few of these myself always a challenge



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Tyler (MD)

05-04-2001 20:12:25




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 Re: Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to gene b, 05-04-2001 19:58:50  
You my friend should have a medal of honor. :-)

Tyman



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Glenn(WV)

05-04-2001 19:31:29




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 Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Tyler (MD), 05-04-2001 17:27:04  
How did you break the axles loose? I'm looking at the same thing in the near future.



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Tyler (MD)

05-04-2001 20:11:31




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 Re: Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Glenn(WV), 05-04-2001 19:31:29  
3 cans of penetrating oil, a sledge hammer, and some 2 x 4's. :-)

I don't think I can hold a banana at this point. My hands are like mush.. :-)

Tyman



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JW(NC)

05-04-2001 17:38:35




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 Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Tyler (MD), 05-04-2001 17:27:04  
Hey Tyler! Can't you think of something else to do to your Dad's SA? I sure am learning a lot at your expense. Great pics & explainations. Keep up the good work!



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Tyler (MD)

05-04-2001 18:01:09




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 Re: Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to JW(NC), 05-04-2001 17:38:35  
LOL,

NO MORE!!! Just wanted the front tires spaced the same width as the rear. All at 52" now. Fronts used to be 56" for clearance of the belly mower. Thought about quitting when I first got started, but I'm a type person that refuses to quit. I'm too stubborn. It's good to go now. Probably lost about 5 lbs today. :-)

Dad's got a couple of nice running tractor on the farm now. He uses the Ford 640 for mowing and the SA for fencing work and to run around the farm to do odd jobs.

Now for me it's time for some camping, canoeing, and summer activities. Some golden suds would taste good right about now too.

Tyman

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bg

05-05-2001 04:57:49




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 Re: Re: Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to Tyler (MD), 05-04-2001 18:01:09  
Tyman, I have a big yard so you can pull your 60' motorhome here and plug it in for the summer if you want to camp out. I have the 8N and Super A both in the yard and....



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Tyler (MD)

05-05-2001 14:59:39




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Super A Axle Adjustment in reply to bg, 05-05-2001 04:57:49  
I wouldn't want to take away from your "fun" now would I? :-)

Tyman



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