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3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C

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Ken(Ark)

03-21-2016 16:46:06




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This is the rear bolt on the seat for a 3000 and others . I did not know what the plunger was for until I searched it here and found it is a stop pin for the yoke .

C5NN669C is $41 from my New Holland dealer , and I think 81837083 is just the pin ??? for $25 . Either way I would not want to buy a new one if I did not have too . I can probably reuse mine just fine but might make one from a bolt and keep the coarse threads on the top half , cut the pin on the bottom 1.870 inches by .300 diameter .

3.630 over all , 7/16 fine on top , 7/16 coarse on bottom .

Pic for reference . I had the lines lined up until the pin rolled , LOL
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Shetland Sheepdog

03-23-2016 20:06:06




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 Re: 3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-21-2016 16:46:06  
Yes, but for 5610, not 3000!

Thanks, Dave



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Ken(Ark)

03-23-2016 19:35:23




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 Re: 3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-21-2016 16:46:06  
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Are you looking at the exploded diagram at the new holland parts web site . Under hydraulics it show the front bolt ( #10 ) and rear pin ( #11 ). http://partstore.agriculture.newholland.com/us/parts-search.html#epc::mr67519ar322610

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Shetland Sheepdog

03-23-2016 17:32:55




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 Re: 3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-21-2016 16:46:06  
Interesting! The front seat bolt is a cap screw, while the back is a stud with nut! I was wondering why I couldn't find the pin in the parts catalog! Shows the cover with the flat where the seat sets, but no indication of bolts or studs or holes for either! I guess one is supposed to install the seat with super glue?!?!



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Sean in PA

03-22-2016 09:07:01




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 Re: 3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-21-2016 16:46:06  
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Just remove any implement from the 3 point arms and then loosen the yoke a few turns before removing the pin and you should be able to line things back up fairly easily when you go to reassemble.



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Shetland Sheepdog

03-21-2016 19:55:00




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 Re: 3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-21-2016 16:46:06  
A question about that pin!

Is there a position to have the hydraulic controls in to prevent a problem if the pin backs out? I need to change the seat on my 5610, and suspect that the pin will back out instead of the nut backing off.

TIA, Dave



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Bern

03-23-2016 16:17:09




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 Re: 3000 seat bolt / pin 81837083 C5NN669C in reply to Shetland Sheepdog, 03-21-2016 19:55:00  
That pin is not used on 4-cylinder tractors.



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