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What are these for on a G706

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09-01-2019 12:58:21

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Located by pulley delete plate and brake.

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09-01-2019 16:57:17

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 Re: What are these for on a G706 in reply to Plowhand, 09-01-2019 12:58:21  
Unlikely to need adjustment. Back off jam nuts and then tighten screws evenly. Then back each one off quarter of turn and then retighten jam nut.

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09-01-2019 13:58:57

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 Re: What are these for on a G706 in reply to Plowhand, 09-01-2019 12:58:21  
Those are the adjustment bolts for the rub blocks on the bevel gear that keeps the bevel gear from moving away from the bevel pinion.

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09-01-2019 15:25:43

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 Re: What are these for on a G706 in reply to SWMolines, 09-01-2019 13:58:57  
Thanks is there a manual that would tell a guy the adjustment

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09-01-2019 16:30:16

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 Re: What are these for on a G706 in reply to Plowhand, 09-01-2019 15:25:43  
Mod was done after the ring and pinion issue with G1000's in 1966.

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09-02-2019 12:08:13

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 Re: What are these for on a G706 in reply to molinegb, 09-01-2019 16:30:16  
The rub blocks first appeared on the GBs.. GTs and GTCs did not have them. The first G diesel did not have them. I believe that is correct but they may have been used on an industrial tractor even earlier.

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09-02-2019 16:16:26

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 Re: What are these for on a G706 in reply to swmolines, 09-02-2019 12:08:13  
Keith I was thinking of bearing mess not torque blocks. In 70's our Massey was totally rebuilt on rear to prevent the bearing mistake.

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