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RH leveling box

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JRHall

08-01-2020 18:52:20




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Iíve got a 59 641D workmaster. Previous owner bent the leveling rod so I searched for a new assembly and all are shorter in length than the original. Got the NCA577A thatís listed for it and the fork is same length but the threaded rod is quite a bit shorter which hikes the right side up on a plow. Has anyone ran into this and what box did you end up using? Original is almost 28 in knuckle to knuckle fully extended

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JRHall

08-02-2020 06:59:20




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 Re: RH leveling box in reply to JRHall, 08-01-2020 18:52:20  
Yes Iím thinking of trying to straighten it now , the bend isnít in either threaded portion. Was thinking of heating it to straighten but I guess maybe itíll bend in a vice .



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RobCons

08-02-2020 04:45:26




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 Re: RH leveling box in reply to JRHall, 08-01-2020 18:52:20  
Can you straighten the old one? Mine was bent so I put it in the press to fix it.



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showcrop

08-02-2020 04:01:25




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 Re: RH leveling box in reply to JRHall, 08-01-2020 18:52:20  
I would be looking at salvage yards.



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