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3010 load sensing shaft and retainers

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08-01-2020 16:00:53

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I lost load sensing shaft retainer and shaft slid out losing oil. Before I could replace retainer I was mowing hay and shaft slid out. Special retainer bolts still in place. What do I need to do to keep retainer in place. Maybe a strap bolted to the wishbone to keep retainer in?

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Cliff Nelson

08-02-2020 05:47:38

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 Re: 3010 load sensing shaft and retainers in reply to jd4440, 08-01-2020 16:00:53  
New bolts and retainers. Do not use a lock washer on the bolt so the bolt goes into the retainer farther. As others said, shim the wishbone.

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Hay maker2

08-02-2020 04:29:01

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 Re: 3010 load sensing shaft and retainers in reply to jd4440, 08-01-2020 16:00:53  
Side to Side play in the "wish-bone". It needs to be shimmed so the caps stay in there as when the wish-bone is pushed from one side to the other side it pushes the caps off. And yes, Deere sells a shim kit for that.

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08-01-2020 16:03:25

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 Re: 3010 load sensing shaft and retainers in reply to jd4440, 08-01-2020 16:00:53  

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08-01-2020 19:52:35

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 Re: 3010 load sensing shaft and retainers in reply to jd4440, 08-01-2020 16:03:25  
Did the same thing to my 3010 thirty years ago. We tack welded the retainer to the wishbone. Tom

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