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Another part, another problem!

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TinCan

01-07-2019 13:43:17




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When you'd think, I would be running out of problems, I just have to look at something else, to find out that's not true!
Which do you think came first, the saw cut, or the nuts? The threads on the screw aren't the best either.
I think I should sit down and figure out how many things I have fixed so far.......but I'm not finished yet, and I don't want to cry.

Pat



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Dollar Bill

01-09-2019 02:32:11




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
Pat, the yoke is not original but the leveling box is all Henry. Judging from the length of your yoke, you have an AP tractor and the original yoke PN is NCA585B. I recently saw one on eBay for $15.00



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TinCan

01-08-2019 16:38:25




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
Now that I look at the picture, I believe it's a 5, and not a 6.
Pat



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TinCan

01-08-2019 16:36:33




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
So you don't think it's a Ford part?
Today I measured it, and it's 16" long.

I took the head apart, and cleaned it.
The screw head has "9N665A2" casted on it, I think that what is, it's hard to read if the first "6" is a 6,5, or a 8.
Thanks, Pat





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showcrop

01-08-2019 04:33:02




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
I'm for fixing problems before they break. It seems like there are always other things that go wrong if I wait for it to break.



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Dollar Bill

01-08-2019 01:53:58




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
Pat, not sure if you're really attached to this particular cobbled up lift link but it is an aftermarket replacement. Totally your call but I wouldn't waste my time trying to fix it.
An original looks like the lower pix. Note: The one shown is for a RC but other than length it's will have the same appearance as those used on AP models.

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Royse

01-07-2019 20:23:45




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
"The whole assembly can be bought of this site."

I've seen the aftermarket ones and parts for the originals.
I haven't seen one like the original. Sure would be nice if they are!

I've spent hours repairing and straightening some of them for N's.

Now I'll have to go look again... :)



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Shaun Wallace

01-07-2019 20:08:47




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
The whole assembly can be bought of this site.



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Royse

01-07-2019 19:41:47




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
On the bright side, it still works! :)

Replacement lower sections are available if needed, though not
cheap. I think the upper threaded portion is available too, but not

the entire original adjuster as a unit.



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TinCan

01-07-2019 16:24:06




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
True, but dang, need to run out of things to fix. It's not like I'm driving it, and finding them, I just pick up something and find them.
The guy that owned it, wore out things, and what he didn't wear out, he screwed up, what was left he abused. But! I will get it all fixed & repainted! I wonder if I should look at the link arms.........before I look into the tranny, or brakes, hmmm.
Pat

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JMOR

01-07-2019 13:52:40




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 Re: Another part, another problem! in reply to TinCan, 01-07-2019 13:43:17  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeAs long as one 'looks for problems', they will find them. Fewer problems will be found by those who adhere to "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".



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