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4620 Fenders...how do they mount?

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TB SCOTT

03-17-2004 09:31:52




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I'm in the process of cutting a rough stolper cab w/roll bar off of a 4620. I'm leaving the roll bar on it but was wondering abount fenders. I cant seem to see how they mount if you have a roll bar. In the parts book it shows 2 different styles, one with the fenders bolting to a bracket that hooks to the axle w/u-bolts, I can see that, but the style that slides over the roll bar how do they bolt on? I'm guessing to the roll bar but the parts book isn't clear.

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JDBert

03-18-2004 13:11:47




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 Re: 4620 Fenders...how do they mount? in reply to TB SCOTT, 03-17-2004 09:31:52  
TB Scott, I've seen the rollbar/fender setup before where the rollbar comes through the fender, but I think this was only on 5020/6030's. The reason theres two setups for fenders in the book is because of wheel spacings. If your going for 30 inch row spacings, then you have to go with the style that mount on the roll bar, if your going wider, like 36 then you use the style that mounts to the Axe. Your roll bar is the solid steel type, but I cant rember how the fenders mount to those. On the tube type (3020,4020,4320) the holes are already there. It should be realatively easy to drill and tap the holes as the steel the rops is made of isn't hardened or anything.

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Bill

03-17-2004 17:57:18




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 Re: 4620 Fenders...how do they mount? in reply to TB SCOTT, 03-17-2004 09:31:52  
On our 3020 and 4020 years ago the same fender could be bolted to the cast axle mount or directly to the roll bar. The JD roll bars that we had at least already had the holes in them to bolt on the fenders. The 3020/4020 roll bar was made of tubing, I sorta remember seeing a solid steel bar once but I don't know what tractor is was for but I'm sure a 4520/4620 or 5020/6030. Maybe they weren't factory drilled for fenders?

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Brokenwrench

03-17-2004 14:24:35




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 Re: 4620 Fenders...how do they mount? in reply to TB SCOTT, 03-17-2004 09:31:52  
Some were attached directly to the roll guard,whether it was factory or not I don't know.You can drill and tap 4 holes in the roll guard to match the feder bolt holes and bolt them on.You may have to use spacers on the inside of the fenders so they don't collapse, Or buy the axle irons and u bolts and mount them on them.



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