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Industrial 3500 Parts??

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Lynn Patrick

07-15-2018 11:55:53

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I'm working on an industrial 3500 & am having trouble finding parts. Is the radiator for the 3500 the same as a 3000? Also needing front axle bushings, kingpins, seals, etc. Are they the same as for the 340-555?

I find part numbers but googling them results in parts for everything from 9Ns on up!

Thanks for any help!

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Lynn Patrick

07-16-2018 13:19:31

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 Re: Industrial 3500 Parts?? in reply to Lynn Patrick, 07-15-2018 11:55:53  
Thanks for the help guys! I ordered the parts this morning & just got an email they had been shipped. I had to order the locking pins from a dealer, but they will be here in 2 days & not terribly expensive!

Thanks again!

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Ultradog MN

07-16-2018 05:06:04

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 Re: Industrial 3500 Parts?? in reply to Lynn Patrick, 07-15-2018 11:55:53  
Any 3 cyl radiator will work/fit - up through 82 at least. On the bushings 4400, 3550 and 3500 are the same.
I bought mine from CNH. They werent too expensive. I had to buy new lock pins that hold the king pin in place. Mashed them getting them out.

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Sean in PA

07-15-2018 12:42:01

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 Re: Industrial 3500 Parts?? in reply to Lynn Patrick, 07-15-2018 11:55:53  
As John said, the radiator for a 3500 is the same as a 3000.
The front axle design on a 3500 is only shared by the 3550 and 4400 as far as I am aware. The 340 was the same design as the 3400. The 555 was the same design as the 4500, but according to the parts pages, it does look like the 3500, 3550 and 4400 share the king pin with the 4500 and 555, but not the bushings or seals.

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07-15-2018 12:07:11

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 Re: Industrial 3500 Parts?? in reply to Lynn Patrick, 07-15-2018 11:55:53  
Look on Messicks web site. The 3500 and 3000 have the same part number for the radiator.

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