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SVcummins

09-10-2019 19:53:07




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Just how long will an aftermarket sway block last ? Answer not very




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Tx Jim

09-14-2019 04:14:45




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
If you're not plowing with sway block in Cat ll position then something besides plow is exerting some "'very serious side draft""



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Tx Jim

09-12-2019 02:54:31




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
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A better photo would give better idea but sway block in your photo appears to be in Cat ll not Cat l position to my old eyes.



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SVcummins

09-13-2019 17:25:27




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to Tx Jim, 09-12-2019 02:54:31  
It is in 2 now but i am not plowing either .



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D-

09-11-2019 10:24:10




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
I think for plowing the blocks are supposed to be upside down only to be contacted when plow is raised. That excessive wear is probably from that oil leak making grinding compound. Keep it dry as well as drawbar and support.



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Glen D Anderson

09-11-2019 05:26:38




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
Agreed!

When I opened the green & yellow box that contained the bearing for our baler & noticed the letters C-H-I-N-A stamped / etched on the bearing instead of F-A-F-N-I-R, I knew all was lost.......

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Tim S

09-11-2019 04:39:24




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
The sad thing is most of the parts coming across the dealer parts counter are the same thing,, Deere is a parts Marketer,,and they simply double or triple the price and slip it into a Deere box..



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Tx Jim

09-11-2019 03:21:41




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
3 pt draft arms on this tractor must be experiencing some very serious side pull while plowing? to wear sway block that much. Feel free to correct me BUT my understanding of function of sway block is to remove motion of 3 pt draft arms while in transport position not working/plowing position. If plow is adjusted correctly sway blocks should not be needed when plowing.



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SVcummins

09-11-2019 10:16:02




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to Tx Jim, 09-11-2019 03:21:41  
Almost no side draft . I plow in category one so I can plow around the corners on headlands.



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M-MAN

09-11-2019 02:47:55




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
Where's the grease?



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R.w.b.

09-11-2019 02:42:17




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 Re: Aftermarket parts in reply to SVcummins, 09-10-2019 19:53:07  
Dad called em bogus black market junk



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