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IH 370 Disk Question

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04-14-2015 19:40:01

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A few weeks ago I purchased a used 14 ft. IH 370 disk. Tried it today and it seemed work good. I noticed that about 1/2 of the sealed bearings have grease fittings and the others don't. I assume the ones without grease fittings are originals and the others are replacements. Question, is there anything thing you can do to lubricate the ones without fittings? Thanks. Al

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04-16-2015 18:45:33

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 Re: IH 370 Disk Question in reply to AJB-830, 04-14-2015 19:40:01  
just run it. don't mess with the seals. if the bearings fail, replace them. it's not a huge deal, and they should last a while then.

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04-15-2015 08:11:26

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 Re: IH 370 Disk Question in reply to AJB-830, 04-14-2015 19:40:01  
Check them for heat after disking for 20 minutes . If they are not super hot don't worry about them.. I wouldn't go poking into those seals with anything though.

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04-15-2015 19:10:32

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 Re: IH 370 Disk Question in reply to GordoSD, 04-15-2015 08:11:26  
Thanks for the input. Think I will just use it and watch/feel the bearings. Worst thing would be that I have to replace a few. This is my 1st disk with sealed bearings as my IH 37 disk just has those pipe bearings. Al

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04-15-2015 06:31:25

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 Re: IH 370 Disk Question in reply to AJB-830, 04-14-2015 19:40:01  
You may be able to insert a grease needle under the seal and get grease in there that way.

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