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7000 tie rod

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LarryWAtmp

05-28-2012 07:04:42




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I am replacing the tie rods. On both sides at the location of the width adjustment clamp, the shaft and tube are rusted tight together. On the left side, which is just 2 pieces I only needed to take them apart to get the clamp off. After lots of soaking and pounding I finally just cut to old tie rod to get the clamp off. On the right side, I either I got the inner tie rod end off with no problem but I cannot get the outer tie rod shaft apart from the tube. I need the tube in order to replace the right side tie rod ends or I need a new tube. It has been soaking but I may need a new tube. On New Hollands site I believe it is part number C7NN3B624B which on part sites is 19.15" long. My tube is only 15.75" long. Am I looking at the wrong part number? All the new tie rod ends from this site match the old ones.

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LarryWAtmp

05-28-2012 07:13:44




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 Re: 7000 tie rod in reply to LarryWAtmp, 05-28-2012 07:04:42  
Forgot to say it is power steering. The tractor is about a 1972 7000.



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Fordfarmer

05-28-2012 08:29:43




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 Re: 7000 tie rod in reply to LarryWAtmp, 05-28-2012 07:13:44  
Can't help with why the lengths don't match up. What I did on my 4600 to save the old tube was to put a 3/32" cut-off disk on my angle grinder, and extend the slit in the tube where the clamp holds it to the tie rod end. Cut it a few inches, sprayed a lot of penetrating oil in there, and it came out with a couple whacks from a big hammer.



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LarryWA

05-29-2012 11:24:01




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 Re: 7000 tie rod in reply to Fordfarmer, 05-28-2012 08:29:43  
Thanks for the reply. I will give it a try.



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