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4610 0,5-1 cm play in the front wheels.

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01-21-2018 12:47:34

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Hi Everyone.

As a part of a engine failure, I have taken apart my 4610 Ap 4WD today, so the front axle is deattached from the engine.
But when I liftet the front, I grapped the wheels and they have alot of play.
I have taken a picture, the red arrow indicates where the play is, its between 0,5cm and 1cm!
Do anyone know what could cause this? I have been looking at https://goo.gl/H9tP41
But I cant make any sens out of it.

Here is where the play is
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I hope you guys have some idears :)

Kind regards from Denmark

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01-21-2018 15:16:30

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 Re: 4610 0,5-1 cm play in the front wheels. in reply to JuelDK, 01-21-2018 12:47:34  
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Perfect Bern! Thanks a lot, new bearings are now ordered :)

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01-21-2018 18:21:29

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 Re: 4610 0,5-1 cm play in the front wheels. in reply to JuelDK, 01-21-2018 15:16:30  
I think if it was me I'd be taking it apart before ordering any parts and seeing what else is going on in there. If it really is moving upwards of 10mm, I think it might be more than just bearings that need replacing.

Also, take a CLOSE look at the parts catalog. There are two different axles for 1984 model tractors.

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01-21-2018 14:37:40

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 Re: 4610 0,5-1 cm play in the front wheels. in reply to JuelDK, 01-21-2018 12:47:34  
Wheel bearings are going out. Reference #5 & 9 in the image below.

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