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International 656

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Mark Grimm

09-09-2002 09:55:26

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I recently purchased an international 656 tractor. I bought it with a broken spindle bushing. I thought it would be an easy fix. Boy was I wrong! The bushing measures 11 1/2 inches. From top to bottom,including bearing on bottom, is 12 3/4 inches. I guess there were only a very few of these tractors made. Any salvage yard numbers would be greatly appreciated.

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Diesel Don

09-09-2002 18:43:14

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 Re: international 656 in reply to Mark Grimm, 09-09-2002 09:55:26  
Did you try your local Case/IH dealer?I know it's expensive but if it works,you should only have to do the job or have it done once.Chances are good they will find you the part.

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Harold H

09-09-2002 17:46:23

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 Re: international 656 in reply to Mark Grimm, 09-09-2002 09:55:26  
On the International (NOT Farmall) 656, I think the front axle is the same as a International 606 or International 460.

Harold H

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09-09-2002 10:23:17

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 Re: international 656 in reply to Mark Grimm, 09-09-2002 09:55:26  
That front end should be the same as 756, 856, 1256, 1456 and others if it is a Farmall. If it is an International (standard tread) it should fit with all the standards of the series also.

If you have the utility, I don't have a clue what else would work. Maybe check with a local machine shop about getting it fixed.


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