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looking for front axle support for 821-D

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tombaumberger

05-21-2016 18:09:07




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I have an 821-D loader/backhoe s/n 64797 with a cracked and bent front axle support. I am hoping someone may have one that they could part with. I am in SW Missouri, but will travel for the right part.




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tombaumberger

05-22-2016 06:40:00




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 Re: looking for front axle support for 821-D in reply to tombaumberger, 05-21-2016 18:09:07  
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The one I have has a corner broken off ,several cracks in it, spread open, along with the pin plates being worn oblong. Point is, I doubt if it could be made serviceable.
Does yours have the threads as I need a pump shaft to run through the pin?
If you would be so kind, please send me a price at tombaumberger@gmail.com Thank you.

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Dean

05-23-2016 06:34:45




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 Re: looking for front axle support for 821-D in reply to tombaumberger, 05-22-2016 06:40:00  
I doubt that you will be willing to pay what I would have to have for my rebuilt support.

Look for a serviceable one in a salvage yard. If you cannot find a decent one, find one that needs only the axle pin plates replaced and replace the plates with new ones from Pete Pieffer.

Dean



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Dean

05-22-2016 05:54:47




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 Re: looking for front axle support for 821-D in reply to tombaumberger, 05-21-2016 18:09:07  
Front axle supports (bolsters) for such tractors are not difficult to find in salvage yards but most are badly worn and need repair.

I have a support that has been rebuilt with new front and rear axle pin plates (and pin) that I have been keeping as a spare but will likely never use. I would sell it but it is not cheap.

You might want to contact Pete Pieffer for new repair plates and repair a used one from a salvage yard if you cannot find a serviceable one.

Dean

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Shaun Wallace

05-21-2016 20:42:52




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 Re: looking for front axle support for 821-D in reply to tombaumberger, 05-21-2016 18:09:07  
Call the parts phone number on this site. I have been amazed at the parts that they carry/can get. They wont be open until Monday.



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