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JD model 40 questions

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johnnybgood

01-14-2020 14:32:48




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Don't know what they are called I replaced the hood pins and the part the pins twist into 3 are missing --- does any one know what they are called and where to buy a couple.
Also below the rear tail light (missing will replace) there is an electrical receptical, the repair manual doesn't show what it was used for? At present no wires going to it
Got the 6 volt to 12volt conversion straightened out thanks to the help of many on this web site.

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johnnybgood

01-15-2020 07:14:21




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thanks --that solves that



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hotflashjr

01-15-2020 06:51:20




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 Re: JD model 40 questions in reply to johnnybgood, 01-14-2020 14:32:48  
The receptacle was to provide power to implements that were being towed. My 40 has one on it as does my 1010. I however do not have any implements with lights. There are many places that sell the male end that you can then wire to your implement lighting.



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amtrac

01-14-2020 19:23:26




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They are called AirLoc fasteners. Used on airplane panels too. They are a PITA. Get the lookalike replacements that screw in. The female part of the thread goes right through the existing pin receptor. Not hard at all to install. Then just screw in the outer screw gently until you get it snugged down. Don't ding your paint this way. GM usually has a vendor advertise them. Sold as a whole set for the 40 hood.

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buickanddeere

01-14-2020 17:13:06




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Which model ? The T chassis for what ever reason appears "extra" offset.



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Mike(NEOhio)

01-14-2020 16:10:52




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 Re: JD model 40 questions in reply to johnnybgood, 01-14-2020 14:32:48  
I went to look at a 148 loader today and the guy had a 40 in the shed. This one looked offset. Were the all that way?



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Mark-IA

01-14-2020 15:29:05




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 Re: JD model 40 questions in reply to johnnybgood, 01-14-2020 14:32:48  
Called DZUS Fasteners



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Dan in Ohio

01-14-2020 15:13:15




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Tractor parts on this site on your left. Have browsed the site below for JD 40 info before too.



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