I have the 3-point lift casting removed from the top of the rear end on my 1960 Dexta and the position control follower pin (I hope that's the correct term) is worn nearly through. How do I remove it from the cast lever that it seems to be pressed in to? Can I tap it out with a hammer & punch? Do I need to remove the cast lever & press the pin out? I also need the USA part number. Thanks.
Re: Dexta: How do I remove the position control follow in reply to FarmallM51, 01-14-2021 13:48:22
You can tap it out with a hammer and punch carefully. Support the side opposite to where you are tapping it and the same when you replace it. Sorry do not have the part number but a piece of steel bar the right size will do.
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