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4410 developed a "pigeon toe" alignment

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Vatractor

06-12-2019 06:31:50




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Was backing up and turning with a load in the bucket and the right front caught a stump pretty hard. Afterwards I realized my wheels weren't tracking / turning together. There was slop in the left front tire.

So, I pulled the spindle out and it looked like the woodruff key wasn't locked in place anymore. I put it back and feeling pretty good about it and after driving around a while it has occurred again.
where can I get a new key OR is there some other problem I should be looking for? Tie rod issue?
tires are like this: "/ \" right now

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Dr ken

06-13-2019 17:38:03




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 Re: 4410 developed a "pigeon toe" alignment in reply to Vatractor, 06-12-2019 06:31:50  
. My thought is that the key ways are worn from not being tight usually a key will shear off not slip



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Destroked 450

06-12-2019 13:50:54




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 Re: 4410 developed a "pigeon toe" alignment in reply to Vatractor, 06-12-2019 06:31:50  
1/4 x 7/8 woodruff key

A good hardwood store should carry them.

Messick's Tractor Parts shows to have 6 in stock, part # 280262 $3.51



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showcrop

06-12-2019 09:57:11




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 Re: 4410 developed a "pigeon toe" alignment in reply to Vatractor, 06-12-2019 06:31:50  
Most hardware stores carry them.



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Vatractor

06-12-2019 09:01:42




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 Re: 4410 developed a "pigeon toe" alignment in reply to Vatractor, 06-12-2019 06:31:50  
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I wasn't specific in my description. I apologize. when I took it apart it appeared it was "rotated past" and did not keep everything lined up as it should have. I believed after reassembling it had enough "meat" to put back in place but now im not so sure since it has happened again. It seems to be a difficult piece to find from my google search

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Destroked 450

06-12-2019 07:32:24




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 Re: 4410 developed a "pigeon toe" alignment in reply to Vatractor, 06-12-2019 06:31:50  
The woodruff key keeps the steering arm in alignment with the spindle. They can sheer off but don't know how they can come out of place.

Can you post a photo?



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