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06-23-2001 21:00:21

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I have a 1951 Super A with hydraulic lifts.Today I noticed the left rear tire and rim assembly wobbling going down the road. The bolts that bolt the rim to the tractor appear tight, but I can grab the tire at the top and push it back and forth what seems like a couple of inches. I just can not see what is loose,any help is appreciated.

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06-25-2001 10:01:37

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 Re: Super A in reply to Ricky, 06-23-2001 21:00:21  
Ricky, 25 / June / 2001 This is just a long shot / Take a 2nd good look at the wheel hub, where it bolts to the axle / make sure all 4 bolts are tight.

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06-24-2001 05:34:09

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 Re: Super A in reply to Ricky, 06-23-2001 21:00:21  
Sounds like your axle bearings are shot. Does the final drive have oil in it?? Is it making any noise?? If it's the bearings, they must be fixed immediately! There is a final drive for each wheel separate from the transmission that must have oil in it. The plugs to fill are on the inside of the final drive casting near the drawbar bolts. They have a 1 inch plug in them with a recessed square hole to insert a wrench for removal. Of course if the bearing is shot, adding oil won't help

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06-23-2001 21:51:26

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 Re: Super A in reply to Ricky, 06-23-2001 21:00:21  
I think you have bad, as in shot, axle bearings.
Fix them quick!!!

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