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fran213

11-21-2017 05:15:30




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Are both ends of the lift arm ball retaining clip suppossed to go into a hole in the lift arm?




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sotxbill

11-22-2017 07:51:43




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 Re: lift arm ball retaining clip in reply to fran213, 11-21-2017 05:15:30  
depending on tractor size, i just well a tab/bolt where the clip holder was...I find the tab is totally beat up and no longer serviceable.
usually put in cat II balls and use the adapters for cat I equipment. But on a 3000 you might just want to put cat I balls in and stake them with a welded bolt.



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Destroked 450

11-21-2017 12:38:30




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 Re: lift arm ball retaining clip in reply to fran213, 11-21-2017 05:15:30  
Yes, there's a nub sticking out with a hole in the top and bottom, the end's of the clip goes in those holes to give it spring tension to hold the balls in.

Don't trust the clips, over the years different family members have sowed lift arms ball all over this farm, not a single one has came up.

Anytime I unhook a implement I remove the balls and stick them in the tool box or on a hitch pin I've welded to the hydraulic coupler bracket behind the seat.

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fran213

11-21-2017 19:36:53




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 Re: lift arm ball retaining clip in reply to Destroked 450, 11-21-2017 12:38:30  
Thanks for the info!



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