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Stabalizer bars

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Nathan

04-21-2003 08:37:51




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I bought a set of stabalizer bars recently and they don't seem to be the right size for my 861. What should the center to center hole dimension be for this tractor? The catalog said they should fit 600 and 800 series, so I figured the 800 should be the same size as the 801 series. Are the 800 and the 801 different or the same?

Thanks for your help




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Scottey841

04-21-2003 17:21:37




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 Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Nathan, 04-21-2003 08:37:51  
I believe the center of hole to center of hole length is 31 1/2".



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Larry NCKS

04-21-2003 09:57:08




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 Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Nathan, 04-21-2003 08:37:51  
The *00 and the *01 series are identical in this area. Maybe they sent you the wrong bars.



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Nathan

04-21-2003 10:42:40




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 Re: Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Larry NCKS, 04-21-2003 09:57:08  
Thanks, I'll call and see what they say.



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Lee

04-21-2003 09:37:16




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 Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Nathan, 04-21-2003 08:37:51  
Nathan,
The stabilizer bars should line up with the pivot point on the lower arms on your 3-point. You may have the same problem I just ran into on a 53 NAA. Someone had replaced the fender brackets(where the stabilizer ends attach under the axles) and had used an incorrect bracket. When I went to install the stabilizer bars they seemed to be too long. The fender brackets that had been used only had the 2 center holes and were missing the outer holes needed to fit. The ends of the stabilizer bars weren't lined up with the lower arms of the 3-point. I replaced the fender brackets with the correct ones and the stabilizers were in line and fit just fine. Good luck, Lee

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Nathan

04-21-2003 09:54:52




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 Re: Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Lee, 04-21-2003 09:37:16  
Lee,
The pins are in line with the lower 3 point arms. The arms that I got are too long.



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RWK in WI

04-21-2003 17:16:55




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 Re: Re: Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Nathan, 04-21-2003 09:54:52  
By any chance are you trying to hook up to a piece of equipment that has the pins set wider than 26". If the equipment is too wide is spreads the arms apart and it looks like the stabilizers are too long.



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Nathan

04-21-2003 18:53:06




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to RWK in WI, 04-21-2003 17:16:55  
It might be 26 1/2. The center to center hole dimension on the bars that I have is 33 inches.



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Lee

04-21-2003 10:07:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Nathan, 04-21-2003 09:54:52  
Nathan, I think they only make 2 lengths of stabilizer arms for these things. If I were you I'd check with the company you bought them from and see if maybe they didn't send you the wrong ones. As long as the pin in the bracket is pointing directly at the pin on the 3-point and not forward or behind it you should be good to go.
Later, Lee



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Nathan

04-21-2003 10:40:41




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Stabalizer bars in reply to Lee, 04-21-2003 10:07:01  
Lee
Thanks for your advice.



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