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TEA-20 front wheel toe adjustment

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Andrew Davis

11-28-2021 10:34:40

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Is this possible? The left front tire is about 1/4 inch or less from rubbing against the arm spindle

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Duner Wi

11-29-2021 05:01:13

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 Re: TEA-20 front wheel toe adjustment in reply to Andrew Davis, 11-28-2021 10:34:40  
Put LF to RF and see if fit is the same.

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Charles in Aus.

11-29-2021 00:23:36

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 Re: TEA-20 front wheel toe adjustment in reply to Andrew Davis, 11-28-2021 10:34:40  
MF35 wheel bearings instead of TEA20 ones fitted on one side .

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11-28-2021 16:23:46

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 Re: TEA-20 front wheel toe adjustment in reply to Andrew Davis, 11-28-2021 10:34:40  
Is this something that just happened or always been that way?

A few possibilities, a different wheel or wider tire than on the right side.

Bent spindle (but they usually break, not bend).

Failed wheel bearings.

Loose lug bolts or wallowed holes.

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11-28-2021 12:58:53

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 Re: TEA-20 front wheel toe adjustment in reply to Andrew Davis, 11-28-2021 10:34:40  
'Ya bent a what? Say it faster now. Your tractor is suffering from Bentawhat. Easily curable when you locate what, as in, What fer bent it? Here's an idea. Whatever you did to bend it, do it in reverse and opposite. Bet it comes out looking not quite so Bentawhat. Then it might only be Dinked. got pics?

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