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John Deere Sulky plow # 268

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Duner Wi

06-22-2022 19:28:17




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on main plow beam, might be model # 268 or part # of beam.
I would like to know how the tail wheel comes off. Looks like you remove nuts from 4 -7/16 carriage bolts and outer hub should separate from wheel and inner hub. Mine has been sitting out doors unused for 75 years and wheel won't rotate. I got the other 2 wheels greased but this one is being difficult. Thank you.




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Duner Wi

06-23-2022 19:53:20




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 Re: John Deere Sulky plow # 268 in reply to Duner Wi, 06-22-2022 19:28:17  
Here it is apart, just like you described.
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Duner Wi

06-22-2022 20:20:32




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 Re: John Deere Sulky plow # 268 in reply to Duner Wi, 06-22-2022 19:28:17  
Here is photo of tail wheel.
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David from Kansas

06-22-2022 19:34:59




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 Re: John Deere Sulky plow # 268 in reply to Duner Wi, 06-22-2022 19:28:17  
That is a beam number. If the tail wheel is like most of the older trailer plows by JD, You take the bolts out of the wheel and there is a sleeve with a pin through it that when removed, the hub will come off. Might be hard to see the pin as it will be covered with grease. That is the best I can remember. A pretty simple procedure.



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