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Re: desparate need of a steering arm for JD 302A

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06-09-2020 05:43:59

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Sorry about quoting the wrong equivalent model to my 302A. I had it backwards. Yea, the 302A is equivalent to the 2010, right?

Anyway, I'd be glad to purchase the steering arm from YT. But I searched the YT parts for this model under "steering parts" and found nothing. So, where do I go from here on the YT site. Guess I can call their 800 number. I did find one on eBay. Mine is the fine spline type arm. I was a member of YT years ago but forgot to update my email. Consequently, lost my membership because I no longer have that old email address. HELP! My 83 years of age don't help much, hi hi

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06-09-2020 11:20:38

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 Re: desparate need of a steering arm for JD 302A in reply to dwarren1, 06-09-2020 05:43:59  
302a has nothing in common with a 2010 either. If you have a three cylinder engine, it is similar to a 1020 farm tractor or a 300 industrial wheel tractor. 300, 300B, 302, 310, etc. are all built on a Dubuque/Manheim type tractor format. The 3020s you mentioned earlier is a Waterloo format. 2010 I guess is Dubuque but an oddity and the 1010/2010 run of tractors shares near nothing with anything else. I am not even sure WHERE idea the 1010/2010 series came from. Early ones share a lot of parts with 2 cylinder tractors.

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